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comparatively
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Concise Dictionary
kəm'pærətɪvlɪ
adv.
+in a relative manner; by comparison to something else
Advanced English Dictionary
+ adverb
as compared to sth/sb else: The unit is comparatively easy to install and cheap to operate. + We prefer to work with a comparatively small number of clients. + He died comparatively young (= at a younger age than most people die). + comparatively few / low / rare / recent

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