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comparative negligence

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Also see:negligence


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comparative /kəmˈpærətɪv/ adj
  1. denoting or involving comparison: comparative literature
  2. judged by comparison; relative: a comparative loss of prestige
  3. denoting the form of an adjective that indicates that the quality denoted is possessed to a greater extent. In English the comparative form of an adjective is usually marked by the suffix -er or the word more
n
  1. the comparative form of an adjective

comˈparatively adv comˈparativeness n




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