Definition of negligibly in English:

negligibly

adverb

  • See negligible

    • ‘The researchers say that a shell of plasmonic material will scatter light negligibly if the light's frequency is close to the resonant frequency of the plasmons.’
    • ‘The scheme is quite straightforward in the case of the failure of individual, small banks - that is, banks that are a negligibly small component of the banking system overall.’
    • ‘Almost two years after its founding, the Afghan national government is only negligibly present in most of the nation, if at all.’
    • ‘As long as sex involves random mating, this advantage is negligibly small unless deleterious mutations are very recessive.’
    • ‘Contrary to Mr Ryan's statement, taxi usage has increased only negligibly, and patient care hasn't been compromised.’