(1) the meal was relatively cheap(2) If you wish to have any sort of chat you'll have to be relatively fast at typing.(3) they were very poor, but, relatively speaking , they had been lucky(4) It is the relatively opaque idioms which tend to be fairly rigid in their form.(5) Yet, relatively speaking, religion and the churches were pushed away from the centre.(6) What's special about these sorts of tests is that they are relatively simple.(7) The devastation is vast, whilst being contained within a relatively small area.(8) The purpose of this was to provide a quick and relatively cheap appeal procedure.(9) Now, public hotspot usage is known to be limited to a relatively small number of individuals.(10) Part of its defence is based on points which might be regarded as relatively technical.(11) So falls are not unusual although falls of this sort of magnitude are relatively rare.(12) Although relatively simple to operate, such a rule might be regarded as an example of overkill.(13) The reason the price is relatively high compared to other options is two-fold.(14) Individualism is a pretty new idea relatively speaking and one which most of us today take for granted.(15) We may be perky and bumptious and relatively youthful, but a lot of us are quite tired of working.(16) With some cars this is a relatively simple DIY task, in others it is quite tricky and best done by a garage.
(1) relatively new :: جديد نسبيا
2. by comparison ::
3. quite ::
الى حد كبير
4. fairly ::
6. rather ::
7. somewhat ::
11. pretty ::
12. kind of ::
13. kinda ::
14. sort of ::
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