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comparative US English

Perceptible by comparison; relative

the comparative in comparative US English

The middle degree of comparison

comparative advantage US English

The ability of an individual or group to carry out a particular economic activity (such as making a specific product) more efficiently than another activity

comparative linguistics US English

The study of similarities and differences between languages, in particular the comparison of related languages with a view to reconstructing forms in their lost parent languages

comparative US Thesaurus

they left the city for the comparative quiet of the country

they were comparative strangers in comparative English-Spanish

eran prácticamente unos desconocidos, casi no se conocían

she faced the situation with comparative calm in comparative English-Spanish

(le) hizo frente a la situación con relativa calma


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