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comparatively

[ kuhm-par-uh-tiv-lee ]
/ kəmˈpær ə tɪv li /
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adverb
in comparison to some other person or thing, or to others in a similar category; relatively: Their hamburger was large, flavorful, and served with a decent number of onion rings, for a comparatively low price.
in a way that uses or proceeds by comparison:The aim of this study is to comparatively examine sun exposure and sun protection behaviors of young children in two urban settings.
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