Definition of 'relatively'
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Steady organic growth is supplemented by a consistent string of small acquisitions at relatively disciplined prices. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Those planted within the past two or three years should be relatively easy to lift and move. Times, Sunday Times (2017)It is relatively small but authentic and reasonably priced. The Sun (2017)It was relatively easy to get it in the end. The Sun (2016)Most teaching groups are relatively small. Times, Sunday Times (2016)A relatively new charity with a mental health support service. Times, Sunday Times (2016)His investment approach is to seek out stocks that are relatively cheap, but are yielding a decent amount and this has produced steady returns. Times, Sunday Times (2016)It's a relatively new group and a lot of players haven't played here. The Sun (2016)As it is relatively new, there is still uncertainty surrounding the long-term side effects. Times, Sunday Times (2016)It says that enforcing variable speed limits on major roads is relatively cheap 'because only a limited number of speed cameras would be needed'. Times, Sunday Times (2016)We have a relatively small number of ports and airports. Times, Sunday Times (2012)They also feel that their relatively new kitchen still looks nice. Times, Sunday Times (2007)We tend to stay quite local because the prices in our area are relatively cheap. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Tens of thousands for something relatively straightforward. Times, Sunday Times (2013)This makes it an easy and relatively cheap way for overseas and domestic firms to raise funds. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Their stories across a relatively small number of generations show how quickly and profoundly things have changed. The Times Literary Supplement (2014)The modern bureaucratic organization is relatively new. Christianity Today (2000)Therefore leasing is often a relatively cheap source of cash for the small company. Principles of Corporate Finance (1991)But clearly faked anger about something relatively harmless is easier for an audience to laugh along to. Times, Sunday Times (2014)The documentation that crooks need is relatively easy to steal purchase from the internet. The Sun (2007)The risks could well outweigh the benefits of the relatively small sums that would be raised. Times, Sunday Times (2011)It will be one of relatively few new comedies. Times, Sunday Times (2015)He said that a strong economic backdrop made it relatively easy to keep up with interest repayments. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Many of these sports draw from relatively small playing pools. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Finding a shell was still relatively easy. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Major emergencies affect a relatively small number of people. Times, Sunday Times (2007)There are so many new sensations for us as humans and speed is still a relatively new one. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Rural boundaries are often hedges as they blend into the countryside and are relatively cheap to install and maintain. Times, Sunday Times (2006)The managers are picking relatively new companies that are buying up distressed properties and holding them until they make a profit. Times, Sunday Times (2010)This can be something relatively trivial. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Why encourage something this relatively small island does not need - a rapidly increasing population? The Sun (2009)They bought big pieces that nobody wanted, which were relatively cheap. Times, Sunday Times (2007)It may be something relatively simple, or something incredibly complex and ambitious. Life Without Work (1994)
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Translations for 'relatively'
British English: relatively /ˈrɛlətɪvlɪ/ ADVERB
Relatively means to a certain degree, especially when compared with other things of the same kind.
The amounts needed are relatively small.
- American English: relatively
- Arabic: نِسْبِيّاً
- Brazilian Portuguese: relativamente
- Chinese: 相对
- Croatian: relativno
- Czech: poměrně
- Danish: relativt
- Dutch: relatief
- European Spanish: relativamente
- Finnish: suhteellisen
- French: relativement
- German: verhältnismäßig
- Greek: σχετικά
- Italian: relativamente
- Japanese: 比較的
- Korean: 상대적으로
- Norwegian: relativt
- Polish: stosunkowo
- European Portuguese: relativamente
- Romanian: comparativ
- Russian: относительно
- Spanish: relativamente
- Swedish: ganska
- Thai: โดยเปรียบเทียบกับสิ่งอื่น
- Turkish: göreceli olarak
- Ukrainian: відносно
- Vietnamese: tương đối
Definition of relatively from the Collins English Dictionary
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