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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishquasi-quasi- /kweɪzaɪ, kwɑːzi/ prefix  LITTLE/NOT MUCHlike something else or trying to be something else a quasi-scientific approach a quasi-governmental organization
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quasi-the chairman's quasi-judicial rolea quasi-scientific theory
From Longman Business Dictionaryquasi-quasi- /kwɑːzi, kweɪzaɪ/ prefix used to say that something acts, works, or operates partly like something else, but is not the actual thinga quasi-judicial agency that conducts investigations and makes recommendations to Congress on international trade issues
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