Why size is RELATIVE not ABSOLUTE?

The answer in the easiest way is take three fruits: WATERMELON, Orange, and a grape. Now, just put these in front of you and think that for grape, the orange is bigger in size, but the same orange is smaller in size for the watermelon.

This simply indicates that the size depends on the viewer and hence it is relative.

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