Definition of relativistically in US English:

relativistically

adverb

  • See relativistic

    • ‘But there is a relativistically acceptable concept - the state of things on the surface of a light-cone - that could be used in its place.’
    • ‘The residual spectrum shows a strong, relativistically broadened iron line, which must originate from matter in the immediate vicinity of the Black Holes.’
    • ‘John found their boundedness and self-sufficiency funny, preposterous, relativistically destabilising.’
    • ‘It would be better to deny the doctrines than to explain them so relativistically.’
    • ‘On the other hand, the proposed photon engine is patently relativistic, so we will treat that relativistically.’

Pronunciation

relativistically

/-ik(ə)lē/