Definitions for quasi-
This page provides all possible meanings and translations of the word quasi-
Similar to, but not exactly the same as; virtual(ly).
Origin: From quasi, from quam (interrogative adverb) + si (conditional particle).
Sample Sentences & Example Usage
There has to be some sort of quasi-legal way to get on one, so I'm gonna keep working at it.
This is really good news for banks, because after the swap, these debts get quasi-state backing and the risks of default are greatly reduced.
Government must guard against quasi-monopoly suppliers becoming too important to fail, and encourage competition through, for example, splitting up contracts to encourage (smaller businesses) to bid for work.
It's sort of a quasi-movement that's afoot, and what we can attribute this to is the fact these things seem to happen so regularly now that the frustrations folks are feeling are leading them to plan almost in advance.
After the fall in oil prices from $100 a barrel to 50, 160 billion out of 500 did not come into the economy, it's a big figure. And at the same time our quasi-partners limited access of our banks to refinance on the European markets.
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