Meaning of peripherally in English:

peripherally

Pronunciation /pəˈrɪf(ə)rəli/

adverb

See peripheral

‘Twenty years ago, he was one of a bunch of people I knew peripherally through the local Vancouver computer bulletin board system community.’
  • ‘I've been playing shows peripherally with their artists at different times, but coming into it now, I'm sure my view is quite different from anybody else's.’
  • ‘Although he was only peripherally involved in the scandal, he pled guilty and served seven months in prison on an attenuated criminal charge related to the break-in.’
  • ‘And it's not a media problem, except peripherally.’
  • ‘Everything else is only registered peripherally - if at all.’