Synonym: contrast, liken, match, measure. Similar words: comparable, comparison, by comparison, in comparison with, company, accompany, companion, keep company with. Meaning: [kəm'peə] n. qualities that are comparable. v. 1. examine and note the similarities or differences of 2. be comparable 3. consider or describe as similar, equal, or analogous 4. to form the comparative or superlative form on an adjective or adverb.
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2 It is interesting to compare their situation and ours.
3 Struggle comparing upward. Happy compare downward.
4 It is hard to compare.
5 Compare the two illustrations in Fig 60.
6 Do not always compare me with others, please.
7 This one cannot compare with that one.
8 The only person you should compare yourself to,[www.Sentencedict.com] is the person you were yesterday.
9 If you compare house prices in the two areas, it's quite amazing how different they are.
10 How does your new house compare with your old one?
11 Compare the two poems.
12 Statistical anomalies can make it difficult to compare economic data from one year to the next.
13 You can't compare them — there is a fundamental difference in kind.
14 Compare this new TV set with the old one, you will see which is better.
15 Compare the physical properties of the two substances.
16 Instant coffee just doesn't compare with freshly ground coffee.
17 Compare the areas of these triangles.
18 The loveliness of the scene was beyond compare.
19 Their prices compare favourably with those of their competitors.
20 Her beauty is beyond compare.
21 They don't begin to compare.
22 Compare the copy with the original.
23 Walking can't compare with flying.
24 These mountains do not compare with the Himalayas.
25 How does your bike compare with mine?
26 Cast iron cannot compare with steel in strength.
27 These figures compare favourably with last year's.
28 Some of us get dipped in flat, some in satin, some in gloss. But every once in a while, you find someone who's iridescent, and when you do, nothing will ever compare.
29 We don't have a common yardstick by which to compare the two cases.
30 How does this final presidential debate stack up and compare to the others, do you think?
More similar words: comparable, comparison, by comparison, in comparison with, company, accompany, companion, keep company with, impact, impair, rampage, sympathy, campaign, comply, compel, par., complex, compose, prompt, compete, part, comprise, compound, computer, component, spark, parent, party, complaint, depart.