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  • verb Third-person singular simple present indicative form of relativise.

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Examples

  • Dasgupta, as quoted earlier, invited us to redefine wealth itself in a way that relativises GNP and includes the idea of natural capital; can the same kind of redefinition apply to our ideas about individual wealth or security?

    Lecture: Ecology and Economy - University of Kent, Canterbury

  • Dasgupta, as quoted earlier, invited us to redefine wealth itself in a way that relativises GNP and includes the idea of natural capital; can the same kind of redefinition apply to our ideas about individual wealth or security?

    Lecture: Ecology and Economy - University of Kent, Canterbury

  • The emergence of China as a global power in effect relativises everything.

    New Statesman

  • "The emergence of China as a global power," Jacques writes, "in effect relativises everything."

    New Statesman

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