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compare /kəmˈpeə $ -ˈper/ verb

مقایسه کردن ، برابرکردن ، باهم سنجیدن ، کامپیوتر: مقایسه کردن
مهندسی صنایع: مقایسه کردن ، هم سنجی کردن الکترونیک: مقایسه کردن ، کامپیوتر: مقایسه کردن ، برابرکردن ، باهم سنجیدن کامپیوتر: مقایسه کردن ، با هم سنجیدن

[TahlilGaran] Persian Dictionary

- weigh, balance, contrast, juxtapose, set against
- usually with with: be on a par with, approach, bear comparison, be in the same class as, be the equal of, compete with, equal, hold a candle to, match
- compare to: liken to, correlate to, equate to, identify with, mention in the same breath as, parallel, resemble
Related Words: approach, equal, match, rival, touch, examine, inspect, observe, scan, scrutinize, size (up), consider, contemplate, ponder, study, weigh
English Thesaurus: compare, make/draw a comparison, draw an analogy, draw a parallel, contrast, ...

[TahlilGaran] English Synonym Dictionary

I. compare1 S1 W1 /kəmˈpeə $ -ˈper/ verb
[Word Family: noun: comparison, comparability, the comparative; adverb: comparatively, comparably; adjective: comparableincomparable, comparative; verb: compare]
[Date: 1400-1500; Language: French; Origin: comparer, from Latin comparare, from compar 'like', from com- ( ⇒ COM-) + par 'equal']

1. [transitive] to consider two or more things or people, in order to show how they are similar or different ⇒ comparison:
The report compares the different types of home computer available.
compare something/somebody with something/somebody
The police compared the suspect’s fingerprints with those found at the crime scene.
compare something/somebody to something/somebody
Davies’ style of writing has been compared to Dickens’.
compare and contrast (=an expression used when telling students to write about the things that are similar or different in works of literature or art)
Compare and contrast the main characters of these two novels.

2. compared to/with something used when considering the size, quality, or amount of something in relation to something similar:
a 20% reduction in burglary compared with last year
Compared to our small flat, Bill’s house seemed like a palace.

3. [intransitive] to be better or worse than something else
compare (favourably/unfavourably) with something
The quality of English wines can now compare with wines from Germany.
How does life in Britain compare with life in the States?
The imported fabric is 30% cheaper and compares favourably (=is as good) in quality.

4. something doesn’t/can’t compare (with something) if something does not compare with something else, it is not as good, large etc:
The rides at the fair just can’t compare with the rides at Disneyland.

5. compare notes (with somebody) informal to talk to someone in order to find out if their experience of something is the same as yours:
Leading scientists got together in Paris to compare notes on current research.

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

II. compare2 noun
beyond/without compare literary a quality that is beyond compare is the best of its kind:
a beauty and an elegance beyond compare

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

ADV. favourably, well The city compares favourably with other parts of Brazil.
VERB + COMPARE cannot, do not These mountains do not compare with (= are not nearly as high, impressive, etc. as) the Himalayas.
PREP. with Few things compare with (= are as good as) the joy of cycling on a bright, sunny spring morning.
PHRASES be nothing compared to sb/sth I've had some difficulties but they were nothing compared to yours (= they were not nearly as bad as yours).

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

BAD: The teachers will be able to visit our schools and compare our teaching methods to their own.
GOOD: The teachers will be able to visit our schools and compare our teaching methods with their own.

Usage Note:
compare to = describe (someone or something) as being similar to (someone or something else); liken: 'She compared the child to a noisy monkey.'
compare with = examine two or more people/things/ideas etc to discover similarities and/or differences: 'Having compared the new dictionary with the old one, she found the new one more helpful.'

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Common Errors

TahlilGaran Online Dictionary ver 13.0
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