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相对的 in English:

1. relatively relatively


She speaks relatively fast.
I felt it was a relatively difficult jigsaw puzzle.
Jedd was relatively new at the company, so he didn't know where everything was yet.
As long as a bear is relatively inactive, and is not exposed to wind, it does not burn excessive energy in cold weather.
I have come to realize that China is developing quickly but the Chinese people live a relatively leisurely life.
Buildings of national importance are relatively safe.
I guess that there are fundamentalists and radicals even in the relatively peaceful domain of language...
A seller's market is a market in which goods are relatively scarce, buyers have a limited range of choice, and prices are high.
Solar energy seems to offer more hope than any other source of energy, particularly because those areas most in need of water lie rather close to the equator and have a relatively clear atmosphere.
Despite this, the region will develop at a relatively high rate and will maintain a good position in the country.
George Bush thought it would be relatively easy to win the hearts and minds of the Iraqis.
consumption of petroleum has remained relatively stable since 1990.
The debate has demonstrated relatively broad agreement across the political spectrum.
There is also relatively low unemployment compared to other big cities in the world.
Have you ever taken anything out of the dirty clothes basket because it had become, relatively, the cleaner thing?