relatively

listen to the pronunciation of relatively
Englisch - Türkisch
nispeten

Süt nispeten düşük ısıda tutulmalıdır. - Milk has to be kept at a relatively low temperature.

Saatin kaç olduğu göz önüne alındığında, süpermarket nispeten boştu. - Considering what time it was, the supermarket was relatively empty.

oranla
Nazaran

Para tahvil piyasaları diğerlerine nazaran sakin. - Currency and bond markets are relatively calm.

diğerlerine göre/nazaran
göreceli olarak
diğerlerine nazaran

Para tahvil piyasaları diğerlerine nazaran sakin. - Currency and bond markets are relatively calm.

görece

Bu yer görece düşük kirlilik düzeyine sahip gibi görünüyor. - This place seems to have relatively low levels of pollution.

Kendimi görece şanslı kabul ediyorum. - I consider myself relatively lucky.

bir dereceye kadar
oldukça

Bölge maden kaynakları açısından oldukça zengindir. - The region is relatively rich in mineral resources.

göreli olarak
z. diğerlerine göre/nazaran; her şey göz önünde tutulursa, nispeten: Their casualties were relatively few. Her şey göz önünde tutulursa
kısmen
nisbeten
relative
akraba

O, ayrılmadan önce akrabalarının kucakladı. - He embraced his relatives before he left.

O, akrabalarıyla birlikte kalıyor. - He is staying with his relatives.

relative
hısım
relative
{s} göreceli

Hayatta her şey görecelidir. - Everything in life is relative.

Einsteine göre her şey göreceli. - According to Einstein, everything is relative.

relative
nispi

Nispi nem oranını ölçmek için, bir psikrometre kullanabilirsiniz. - You can use a psychrometer to measure relative humidity.

relatively prime
(Matematik) aralarında asal
relatively prime numbers
(Matematik) aralarında asal sayılar
relatively prime numbers
(Matematik) göreli asal sayılar
relatively costly
göreceli olarak pahalı
relatively system
nispeten sistemi
relatively compact set
(İstatistik) bağıl kompakt küme
relatively compact set
(İstatistik) göreceli tıkız küme
relatively prime polynomials
(Matematik) aralarında asal polinomlar
relatively prime polynomials
(Matematik) göreli asal polinomlar
relative
ilgili/göreli
relative
{i} ilgi zamiri
relative
(Gıda,Ticaret) oransal
relative
{i} yakın

Tom benim yakın bir akrabam. - Tom is a close relative of mine.

Tom ve Mary yakın akrabadırlar. - Tom and Mary are close relatives.

relative
mensup
relative
ilgi cümleciği
relative
Göreli

Çekirdek aile genç bir önyargıdır; aslında, aileler sadece göreli zenginliğin son 50 ya da 60 yılı içinde birkaç yakın üyenin etrafında inşa edilmiştir. - The nuclear family is a young prejudice; in fact, families have only been built around the few immediate members in the last 50 or 60 years of relative wealth.

relative
başkasına nispetle vaki olan
relative
(Tıp) İzafi nispi
relative
ilişkin
relative
bağlı
relative
oranlı
relative
relativenessnispet
relative
izaf
relative
{s} bağıntılı
relative
relativelynispeten
relative
{s} fiz., kim., mat. bağıl, nispi, izafi: relative humidity
relative
{s} ilgili

Sorunla ilgili gerçekleri dinleyin. - Listen to the facts relative to the issue.

relative
izafi
relative
(Askeri) GÖREVLİ (NİSPİ)
relative
bağıl
relative
karşılaştırmalı
relative
münasebet
relative
(Biyoloji) relatif
relative
(Askeri) rölatif
Englisch - Englisch
Proportionally, in relation to some larger scale thing

He measured his success relatively, that is, competitively.

Somewhat

He was relatively successful.

{a} with relation, with respect
in a relative manner; by comparison to something else; "the situation is relatively calm now
proportionately; comparatively
in a relative manner; by comparison to something else; "the situation is relatively calm now"
Relatively means to a certain degree, especially when compared with other things of the same kind. The sums needed are relatively small = comparatively
In a relative manner; in relation or respect to something else; not absolutely
relatively prime
having no factors (except the number 1) in common

24 and 35 are relatively prime.

relatively prime
having no factors (except the number 1) in common with a specified other number or numbers

24 is relatively prime to 35.

relatively prime
Of integers : having no common factors except ±1. "12 and 25 are relatively prime."
relatively marginal
somewhat marginal, somewhat minor
relative
Connected to or depending on something else; not absolute; comparative
relative
Relevant; pertinent
relative
That relates to an antecedent
relative
Having the same key but differing in being major or minor
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comparative
relative
someone in the same family; someone connected by blood, marriage, or adoption
relative
{a} having a relation, respecting
relative
{n} a relation, what contains relation
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You use relative when you are comparing the quality or size of two things. They chatted about the relative merits of London and Paris as places to live
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One who, or that which, relates to, or is considered in its relation to, something else; a relative object or term; one of two object or term; one of two objects directly connected by any relation
relative
You use relative to say that something is true to a certain degree, especially when compared with other things of the same kind. The fighting resumed after a period of relative calm = comparative
relative
A method of referencing another doument or file in which a specific machine is not mentioned, meaning that the desired object resides on the same system as the one being viewed See absolute above
relative
If you say that something is relative, you mean that it needs to be considered and judged in relation to other things. Fitness is relative; one must always ask `Fit for what?' absolute
relative
properly related in size or degree or other measurable characteristics; usually followed by `to'; "punishment oughtt to be proportional to the crime"; "earnings relative to production"
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A relative pronoun; a word which relates to, or represents, another word or phrase, called its antecedent; as, the relatives "who", "which", "that"
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Relative to something means with reference to it or in comparison with it. Japanese interest rates rose relative to America's
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Arising from relation; resulting from connection with, or reference to, something else; not absolute
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an animal or plant that bears a relationship to another (as related by common descent or by membership in the same genus) a person related by blood or marriage; "police are searching for relatives of the deceased"; "he has distant relations back in New Jersey"
relative
refer to relativity for a scientific definition
relative
A partial URL which contains just the last part of the address or even just the card name Can refer to a link or the source of an image
relative
Value - For NAIC investors, the current P/E ratio (based on earnings per share for the latest 12 months) as a percent of the historical average P/E ratio
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Measured from some arbitrary point such as your location
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{s} proportionate, comparative; connected, associated; only gaining significance through a relationship to something else
relative
Life; the aspect of Being that is actively manifesting in pairs of opposites
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Indicating or expressing relation; refering to an antecedent; as, a relative pronoun
relative
The term relative here is in reference to absolute A relative value is a value that is dependent on something else For instance, if a table has a relative value of 80 percent, it will be 80 percent of whatever the size the browser window is This means the actual size of the table will change, dependent on how wide or narrow the window is
relative
Of angle measurements in navigation, measured from the heading of a craft, as relative bearing
relative
someone related to another by birth or adoption
relative
not absolute; connected to or depending on something else
relative
Your relatives are the members of your family. Get a relative to look after the children. = relation
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not absolute or complete; "a relative stranger
relative
when applied to URLs, relative means that in the absence of the <BASE> tag, the link is relative to the current page's URL in which the link is defined This makes for shorter, more compact URLs and explains why most local URLs are relative, not absolute
relative
The relative survival rate corrects for mortality by taking the ratio of the observed survival rate for the patient group to the expected survival rate for persons in the general population similar to the patient group with respect to age, sex, race, and calendar year of observation
relative
a person related by blood or marriage; "police are searching for relatives of the deceased"; "he has distant relations back in New Jersey"
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Relating to, being relevant towards
relative
A person connected by blood or affinity; strictly, one allied by blood; a relation; a kinsman or kinswoman
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not absolute or complete; "a relative stranger"
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If one animal, plant, language, or invention is a relative of another, they have both developed from the same type of animal, plant, language, or invention. The pheasant is a close relative of the Guinea hen. a member of your family = relation
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A method of comparison involving the ratio of one variable to another
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The borrower's spouse, child, or dependent or any other individual related to the borrower by blood, marriage, adoption, or legal guardianship (Source: FNMA Selling Guide, Glossary)
relative
The accuracy with which a user can measure position relative to that of another user of the same navigation system at the same time
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Characterizing or pertaining to chords and keys, which, by reason of the identify of some of their tones, admit of a natural transition from one to the other
relative
an animal or plant that bears a relationship to another (as related by common descent or by membership in the same genus)
relative
Having relation or reference; referring; respecting; standing in connection; pertaining; as, arguments not relative to the subject
relative
interdependence or reciprocal dependence
relative
{i} family member, kinsman
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