Definition of quasi- in English:

quasi-

Pronunciation /ˈkwāˌzī/ /ˈkweɪˌzaɪ/ /ˈkwäzē/ /ˈkwɑzi/

Translate quasi- into Spanish

  • 1Seemingly; apparently but not really.

    ‘quasi-American’
    • ‘quasi-scientific’
    supposedly, seemingly, apparently, allegedly, reportedly, professedly, ostensibly, on the face of it, to all appearances, on the surface, to all intents and purposes, outwardly, superficially, purportedly, nominally, by its own account, by one's own account, on paper
    supposed, seeming, apparent, alleged, reported, ostensible, purported, nominal, so-called, would-be, pseudo-
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    1. 1.1Being partly or almost.
      • ‘quasicrystalline’
      partly, partially, in part, part, to a certain degree, to a certain extent, to a limited degree, to a limited extent, to some degree, to some extent, half, in some measure, relatively, comparatively, moderately, to a point, up to a point, a little, somewhat
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Origin

From Latin quasi ‘as if, almost’.