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relative US English

Considered in relation or in proportion to something else

relative to in relative US English

In comparison with

relative to US English

In comparison with

price relative US English

The ratio of the price of something at one time to its price at another

relative density US English

another term for specific gravity.

relative humidity US English

The amount of water vapor present in air expressed as a percentage of the amount needed for saturation at the same temperature

first-degree relative in first-degree US English

A person’s parent, sibling, or child

first-degree relative US English

A person’s parent, sibling, or child

relative atomic mass US English

Another term for atomic mass.

relative molecular mass US English

The ratio of the average mass of one molecule of an element or compound to one twelfth of the mass of an atom of carbon-12

abundance US English

The quantity or amount of something, e.g., a chemical element or an animal or plant species, present in a particular area, volume, sample, etc.

nonrelative US English

Not considered in relation to something else

blood relation US English

A person related to another by birth rather than by marriage

blood relative in blood relation US English

A person related to another by birth rather than by marriage

relative US Thesaurus

the relative importance of each factor

relative English-Spanish

pariente mf, pariente,, familiar m

relative address English-Spanish

dirección f relativa lenguaje técnico/technical language

relative to in relative English-Spanish

en relación con, con relación a

dependent relative in dependent English-Spanish

carga f familiar, familiar

a close relative in close English-Spanish

un pariente cercano

a relative clause in relative English-Spanish

una (oración) subordinada relativa

he's a relative newcomer to politics in newcomer English-Spanish

no lleva mucho tiempo en la política


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