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reasonably

adverb
 
 
/ˈriːzənəbli/
B2 in a fair way, showing good judgment: Why can't we discuss this reasonably, like adults?Justice and fairness
reasonably good/successful/well, etc B2 good/successful/well, etc enough but not very good or very well: I did reasonably well at school but not as well as my sister.Some and quite
reasonably priced B1 not expensiveCosting or worth little or no money
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