Quasi (adverb)

  1. Seemingly; apparently but not really.
  2. Partially; resembling but not fully.


From latin quasi (as if, as though).


  1. The study used a quasi-experimental design to assess the effectiveness of the treatment.
  2. The novel is a quasi-biography of the author, featuring fictionalized accounts of his life.
  3. The movie is a quasi-sequel to the original, with some of the same characters and a similar storyline.
  4. The company's product is a quasi-imitation of the leading brand, with some minor differences in quality and design.
  5. The artist's style is a quasi-abstract expressionism, combining elements of both styles in a unique way.
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