Yes, water will still evaporate, albeit at a slower rate. The air is already quite saturated with water in humid environments, so there is less “room” in the air for evaporated water. This is why, for example, you feel hotter in humid climates because your sweat will not readily evaporate from your skin, which is the human body’s primary means for cooling itself.
In reality, the rate of evaporation in humidity is not necessarily as simple as that, as a variety of other factors come into play like the density of the air (which increases at greater humidities), temperature (which affects relative humidity as well), etc.
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