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relatively

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishrelativelyrel‧a‧tive‧ly /ˈrelətɪvli/ ●●○ S3 W2 adverb  1 COMPAREsomething that is relatively small, easy etc is fairly small, easy etc compared to other things The system is relatively easy to use. E-commerce is a relatively recent phenomenon.2 relatively speaking
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relativelyThese relatively complex communicative demands establish the conditions in which simple gestures, such as pointing, are particularly useful.Okra is relatively easy to grow given sufficient space.Termites are often relatively easy to spot, especially in the early stages.It's a relatively inexpensive restaurant.The effect of this shift was a highly synchronized but relatively mild recession.The phone has been relatively quiet today.The relatively recent outbreak of street violence and protests largely reflect the frustration of young people unable to find jobs.However, even relatively rhythmic and non-contact activities may be associated with substantial injury risks.He predicted marketing would be hardest hit, while research would be relatively spared.More important, however, is the occasional presence of an initial relatively symptom free period, which can mislead the clinician.
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