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rel·a·tive·ly

 (rĕl′ə-tĭv-lē)
adv.
In a relative manner; in comparison with something else: a relatively minor problem.

relatively

(ˈrɛlətɪvlɪ)
adv
in comparison or relation to something else; not absolutely
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Adv.1.relatively - in a relative manner; by comparison to something else; "the situation is relatively calm now"

relatively

adverb comparatively, rather, somewhat, to some extent, in or by comparison The sums needed are relatively small.
Translations
بالمُقارَنَه، نِسْبِيّانِسْبِيّاً
poměrně
relativt
suhteellisensuhteellisesti
relativno
aránylagviszonylag
tiltölulega
比較的
상대적으로
sorazmerno
ganska
โดยเปรียบเทียบกับสิ่งอื่น
bir dereceye kadargöreceli olaraknispeten
tương đối

relatively

[ˈrelətɪvlɪ] ADV [few, small, slow] → relativamente
relatively speakingrelativamente
the tests are relatively easy to carry outlas pruebas se pueden llevar a cabo con relativa facilidad

relatively

[ˈrɛlətɪvli] adv
[small, large, easy, difficult] → relativement
relatively speaking → comparativement
Their quote was very cheap, relatively speaking → Leur devis était très peu cher, comparativement.relative pronoun npronom m relatif

relatively

advrelativ, verhältnismäßig; relatively speakingrelativ gesehen or betrachtet

relatively

[ˈrɛlətɪvlɪ] advrelativamente; (fairly, rather) → abbastanza

relate

(rəˈleit) verb
1. to tell (a story etc). He related all that had happened to him.
2. (with to) to be about, concerned or connected with. Have you any information relating to the effect of penicillin on mice?
3. (with to) to behave towards. He finds it difficult to relate normally to his mother.
reˈlated adjective
1. belonging to the same family (as). I'm related to the Prime Minister; The Prime Minister and I are related.
2. connected. other related topics.
reˈlation noun
1. a person who belongs to the same family as oneself either by birth or because of marriage. uncles, aunts, cousins and other relations.
2. a relationship (between facts, events etc).
3. (in plural) contact and communications between people, countries etc. to establish friendly relations.
reˈlationship noun
1. the friendship, contact, communications etc which exist between people. He finds it very difficult to form lasting relationships.
2. the fact that, or the way in which, facts, events etc are connected. Is there any relationship between crime and poverty?
3. the state of being related by birth or because of marriage.
relative (ˈrelətiv) noun
a member of one's family; a relation. All his relatives attended the funeral.
adjective
1. compared with something else, or with each other, or with a situation in the past etc. the relative speeds of a car and a train; She used to be rich but now lives in relative poverty.
2. (of a pronoun, adjective or clause) referring back to something previously mentioned. the girl who sang the song; the girl who sang the song.
relatively (ˈrelətivli) adverb
when compared to someone or something else. He seems relatively happy now; This is a fairly unimportant problem, relatively speaking.

relatively

نِسْبِيّاً poměrně relativt verhältnismäßig σχετικά relativamente suhteellisen relativement relativno relativamente 比較的 상대적으로 relatief relativt stosunkowo relativamente относительно ganska โดยเปรียบเทียบกับสิ่งอื่น göreceli olarak tương đối 相对
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The strongest and most reliable hold which the ship has upon the whale when moored alongside, is by the flukes or tail; and as from its greater density that part is relatively heavier than any other (excepting the side-fins), its flexibility even in death, causes it to sink low beneath the surface; so that with the hand you cannot get at it from the boat, in order to put the chain round it.
Since his life had been caught up into the current of this great stream, things which had before been the whole of life to him came to seem of relatively slight importance; his interests were elsewhere, in the world of ideas.
Similarly, everything, however trifling, that has been written about, so long as it has been written about sufficiently well, becomes relatively enduring and representative of the country in which it is found.
Erskine, having escaped by her marriage from the vile caste in which she was relatively poor and artificially unhappy and ill-conditioned, is now, as the pretty wife of an art-critic, relatively rich, as well as pleasant, active, and in sound health.
I could not but wonder what this ferocious-looking monstrosity might do when left alone in such close proximity to such a relatively tender morsel of meat; but my fears were groundless, as the beast, after surveying me intently for a moment, crossed the room to the only exit which led to the street, and lay down full length across the threshold.
It is a relatively simple thing to throw them into a species of hysteria which may induce either a mania for murder, or symptoms of apparent abject cowardice--it is a question, however, if a wild animal ever is actually a coward.
We are enclosed in a space that is relatively confined.
He might, perhaps, reckon on the arrival of trains at the designated hours, in Europe, where the distances were relatively moderate; but when he calculated upon crossing India in three days, and the United States in seven, could he rely beyond misgiving upon accomplishing his task?
And not only did the Martians either not know of (which is incredible), or abstain from, the wheel, but in their apparatus singularly little use is made of the fixed pivot or relatively fixed pivot, with circular motions thereabout confined to one plane.
The English, Turkish, Japanese, Hindu laws, are as familiar to me as the French laws, and thus I was right, when I said to you, that relatively (you know that everything is relative, sir) -- that relatively to what I have done, you have very little to do; but that relatively to all I have learned, you have yet a great deal to learn.
One can easily imagine a situation," said Arthur, "where things would necessarily have no weight, relatively to each other, though each would have its usual weight, looked at by itself.
But they have not gone up like lime, relatively speaking," replied the contractor.