Definition of 'comparatively'
Example sentences containing 'comparatively'
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To have survived at all and with comparatively so little damage. THE GOLDEN LION (1996)The Maidstone fairground was a comparatively small affair, a number of sideshows, various stalls, bingo stands, several carousels. CONFESSIONAL (1996)In the poverty to which most of the South had been reduced, they were comparatively affluent. THE AMBASSADOR'S WOMEN (1996)
Trends of 'comparatively'
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Translations for 'comparatively'
British English: comparatively /kəmˈpærətɪvlɪ/ ADVERB
Comparatively means compared to something else.
...a comparatively small nation.
- American English: comparatively
- Arabic: نِسْبِياً
- Brazilian Portuguese: comparativamente
- Chinese: 比较地
- Croatian: razmjerno
- Czech: poměrně
- Danish: forholdsvis
- Dutch: naar verhouding
- European Spanish: relativamente
- Finnish: verraten
- French: comparativement
- German: verhältnismäßig
- Greek: συγκριτικά
- Italian: relativamente
- Japanese: 比較的
- Korean: 비교적
- Norwegian: forholdsvis
- Polish: w porównaniu
- European Portuguese: comparativamente
- Romanian: comparativ
- Russian: сравнительно
- Spanish: comparativamente
- Swedish: jämförelsevis
- Thai: ที่เปรียบเทียบได้
- Turkish: göreceli olarak
- Ukrainian: порівняно
- Vietnamese: tương đối
Definition of comparatively from the Collins English Dictionary
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