roughly

All Adverb
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  • In this model the universe is roughly the same at any point in time.
  • Very roughly put, a property is just a quality that describes an object.
  • In this model, the Universe is roughly the same at any point in time.
  • They then divided up the US into ten regions that they felt would have roughly equal populations.
  • Together with ridges running roughly from east to west they form a giant cross.
  • Roughly one million years after the big bang, the first generation of stars began to form.
  • In the late 19th century, it developed roughly the same borders that it has today.
  • It was also roughly one-third lighter than the previous model.
  • The cubs themselves are born blind - their eyes do not open until roughly a week after birth.
  • The continents also began looking roughly familiar at this time and moved into their current positions.
  • The design time is now roughly zero, because it is widely available as commercial intellectual property.
  • At the earliest stages of brain development, the three areas are roughly equal in size.
  • Development versions are released roughly every two weeks.
  • Approximately in area, the lake is roughly long, and across at its widest point.
  • The first language of roughly half of the inhabitants is not an official one of the Capital Region.
  • The term roughly means assembly of the land.
  • Roughly, a vector space is complete provided that it contains all necessary limits.
  • It can also be roughly split into the following periods.
  • Human pregnancy can be divided roughly into three trimesters, each approximately three months long.
  • The Sun today is roughly halfway through the most stable part of its life.
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Meaning of roughly

  • adverb With roughness or violence (`rough' is an informal variant for `roughly')
    he was pushed roughly aside, they treated him rough
  • adverb With rough motion as over a rough surface
    ride rough