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)
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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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