1) достаточно (напр., простой)
2) довольно
3) более или менее
The maximum forces estimated by equation (2) are relatively accurate only when... Оценка максимальных ударных нагрузок по уравнению (2) осуществляется более или менее точно только при...;
it rose to a relatively constant value оно возрастало до более или менее постоянного значения;
temperature in the reburning zone was maintained relatively constant температуру во вторичной зоне удавалось поддерживать более или менее постоянной
4) (как сравнит. степень) более...
relatively low as compared to более низкий, чем.../ нежели...

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  • Relatively — Rel a*tive*ly, adv. In a relative manner; in relation or respect to something else; not absolutely. [1913 Webster] Consider the absolute affections of any being as it is in itself, before you consider it relatively. I. Watts. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • relatively — like comparatively, is widely used as a ‘downtoning’ adverb meaning ‘fairly, somewhat’, without any real notion of relativity or comparison: • The natural question to pursue is whether the Chinese state has been able to maintain control in this… …   Modern English usage

  • relatively — [rel′ə tivlē] adv. in a relative manner; in relation to or compared with something else; not absolutely [a relatively minor matter] …   English World dictionary

  • relatively — in relation to something else, 1560s, from RELATIVE (Cf. relative) + LY (Cf. ly) (2) …   Etymology dictionary

  • relatively — [adv] in or by comparison almost, approximately, comparably, comparatively, nearly, proportionately, rather, somewhat, to some extent; concepts 544,772 …   New thesaurus

  • relatively — ► ADVERB 1) in relation, comparison, or proportion to something else. 2) viewed in comparison with something else rather than absolutely; quite …   English terms dictionary

  • relatively — relative rel‧a‧tive [ˈrelətɪv] adjective having a particular value or quality when compared with similar things: • the relative strength of the dollar • IBM was a relative latecomer to the laptop market. relatively adverb : • The system is… …   Financial and business terms

  • relatively — rel|a|tive|ly W2S2 [ˈrelətıvli] adv 1.) something 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… …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • relatively — rel|a|tive|ly [ relətıvli ] adverb *** in comparison with a similar thing, person, group, etc.: Relatively few women become airline pilots. a relatively small basement apartment relatively speaking used for saying that something is true when you… …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • relatively — adverb 1 relatively easy/few/cheap fairly easy etc compared with other things: The drug has relatively few known side effects. 2 relatively speaking used when comparing something with all similar things: Relatively speaking, it s not important …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • relatively — [[t]re̱lətɪvli[/t]] ♦♦♦ ADV: ADV adj/adv Relatively means to a certain degree, especially when compared with other things of the same kind. The sums needed are relatively small... I like to think I m relatively easy to get along with. Syn:… …   English dictionary


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