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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishreasonablyrea‧son‧a‧bly /ˈriːzənəbli/ ●●○ S3 W3 adverb  1 [+adj/adverb]QUITE/FAIRLY quite or to a satisfactory degree, but not completely The car is in reasonably good condition. He’s doing reasonably well at school.2 FAIRin a way that is right or fair He can’t reasonably be expected to have known that.3 SENSIBLEin a sensible way Despite her anger, she had behaved very reasonably.
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reasonablyThe several criticisms of the market economy are reasonably accurate and certainly too serious to ignore.It was the high-school students who reasonably and responsibly found a solution to the problem.Most industrial tribunal buildings are purpose built and are reasonably comfortably equipped.Thus the minimum cost of a reasonably diversified portfolio would be 30,000-40,000.How long before we can reasonably expect to see any improvement?Chao is still in reasonably good health.Dad's in reasonably good shape for a 68-year-old.These securities are short-term, highly liquid securities with reasonably high yields.Kevin is a hard worker and reasonably intelligent but he has never been promoted.Another might reasonably reply that because we are animals, creatures of nature, consciousness and nature are inseparable.You can buy a proprietary mix that will provide end residues that balance reasonably well - eventually.The current state of Earth, some 4. 7 billion years later, is reasonably well known to us.She speaks Spanish reasonably well.A commonly proposed and reasonably workable alternative to constant per unit prices is the two-part tariff structure.
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