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English definition of “reasonably”

reasonably

adverb uk   /ˈriː.zən.ə.bli/ us  
B2 using good judgment: Stop shouting and let's discuss this reasonably. B2 in a satisfactory way: She writes reasonably good children's books. I did reasonably well at school but nowhere near as well as my sister or brother. B1 at a price that is not too expensive: You can eat out very reasonably these days. I bought a reasonably priced radio.
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