quasi- Meaning, definition in Cambridge English Dictionary
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quasi-prefix

uk   us   /kweɪ.zaɪ-/
used to show that something is almost, but not completely, the thing described: The school uniform is quasi-military in style.
Translations of “quasi-”
in Chinese (Traditional) 類似於, 準…
in Russian подобный, квази-, полу-…
in Turkish hemen hemen-, yarı-, sözde-…
in Chinese (Simplified) 类似,准…
in Polish pseudo-, quasi-…
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