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1. Get a relative to look after the children.
2. Relative to the size,the city is sparsely populated.
3. Price is relative to demand.
4. They now live in relative comfort .
5. I'm a relative newcomer to the retail business.
6. Motion is absolute while stagnation is relative.
7. Supply is relative to demand.
8. The succession passed to the nearest surviving relative.
9. The children are being cared for by a relative.
10. He retired and lived in relative isolation.
11. Relative pronouns and adverbs introduce attributive clauses.
12. He is my distant relative.
13. Her boyfriend is a distant relative of mine.
14. It's all relative though, isn't it? We never had any money when I was a kid and $500 was a fortune to us.
15. Relative rates of house price inflation have evened out across the country.
16. Small town banks have to assess the relative riskiness of their loans.
17. The relative status of the speakers affects what language is used.
18. Caring for a sick relative is a task that brings both pleasure and pain.
19. Success is a relative term. It brings so many relatives.
20. The relative frequency of this illness in the area is of concern to all doctors.
21. This British author has chosen to live in relative anonymity on a Pacific island.
22. For holidays, I prefer the relative seclusion of the countryside.
23. We weighed up the relative advantages of driving there or going by train.
24. The council's relative independence of the government means it can negotiate its own agreements.
25. Small town banks have to assess the relative riskiness of their.
26. We've lived here for 15 years, but we're relative newcomers to the village.sentencedict.com/relative.html
27. The country is in a state of relative peace after ten years of fighting.
28. Given the failure of the previous plan, this turned out to be a relative success.
29. If he dies without making a will, his closest relative will inherit.
30. Her most brilliant work was done during several months of relative inactivity.
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