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contrast /ˈkɒntrɑːst $ ˈkɑːntræst/ noun
contrast /kənˈtrɑːst $ -ˈtræst/ verb


رنگ زمینه ، هم سنجی ، مغایرت ، برابر کردن ، تباین ، مقابله ، تقابل ، کنتراست ، مقایسه کردن ، کامپیوتر: تباین ، روانشناسی: تقابل ، علوم هوایی: اختلاف شدت فروزندگی بین اجزاء مختلف یک عکس ، علوم نظامی: زمینه طرح و سایه
الکترونیک: تباین ، کامپیوتر: اختلاف شدت فروزندگی بین اجزای مختلف یک عکس ، هواپیمایی: رنگ زمینه ، مقابله ، مغایرت ، زمینه طرح و سایه ، علوم نظامی: تقابل ، روانشناسی: هم سنجی ، مغایرت ، برابر کردن ، تباین ، مقابله ، تقابل ، کنتراست ، مقایسه کردن

[TahlilGaran] Persian Dictionary

contrast
[noun]
Synonyms:
- difference, comparison, disparity, dissimilarity, distinction, divergence, foil, opposition
[verb]
Synonyms:
- differentiate, compare, differ, distinguish, oppose, set in opposition, set off
English Thesaurus: compare, make/draw a comparison, draw an analogy, draw a parallel, contrast, ...

[TahlilGaran] English Synonym Dictionary

I. contrast1 W2 AC /ˈkɒntrɑːst $ ˈkɑːntræst/ noun
[Word Family: verb: contrast; noun: contrast; adjective: contrasting]

1. [uncountable and countable] a difference between people, ideas, situations, things etc that are being compared:
While there are similarities in the two cultures, there are also great contrasts.
contrast between
the economic and social contrasts between the poor and the rich
contrast with
The marble is smooth and polished, making a strong contrast with the worn stonework around it.
by contrast (to/with)
The birth rate for older women has declined, but, by contrast, births to teenage mothers have increased.
in contrast (to/with)
The stock lost 60 cents a share, in contrast to last year, when it gained 21 cents.
(in) stark/marked/sharp etc contrast to something
The winter heat wave in California is a stark contrast to the below-freezing temperatures on the East Coast.
The spirited mood on Friday was in sharp contrast to the tense atmosphere last week.
The approach to learning at this school stands in marked contrast to the traditional methods used at other schools nearby.

2. [countable] something that is very different from something else:
The sauce is quite sweet, so add dried thyme as a contrast.
contrast to
The red stems of this bush provide a contrast to the drab brown of the winter garden.

3. [uncountable] the degree of difference between the light and dark parts of a television picture, X-ray, photocopy etc:
This button adjusts the contrast.

4. [uncountable] the differences in colour, or between light and dark, that an artist uses in paintings or photographs to make a particular effect:
The artist has used contrast marvelously in his paintings.

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

II. contrast2 AC /kənˈtrɑːst $ -ˈtræst/ verb
[Word Family: verb: contrast; noun: contrast; adjective: contrasting]
[Date: 1600-1700; Language: French; Origin: contraster, from Italian contrastare 'to stand out against, fight against', from Latin contra- (contra-) + stare 'to stand']

1. [intransitive] if two things contrast, the difference between them is very easy to see and is sometimes surprising
contrast with
The snow was icy and white, contrasting with the brilliant blue sky.
contrast sharply/strikingly with something (=be extremely different from something)
These results contrast sharply with other medical tests carried out in Australia.

2. [transitive] to compare two things, ideas, people etc to show how different they are from each other
contrast something with something
In another passage, Melville again contrasts the land with the sea.
an essay comparing and contrasting (=showing how two things are similar and different) Verdi and Wagner and their operas

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

contrast
noun
ADJ. clear, marked, sharp, stark, startling, striking, strong There is a stark contrast between the lives of the rich and those of the poor.
complete, direct
VERB + CONTRAST make, offer, provide The fresh fruit provides a contrast to the rich chocolate pudding.
PREP. by ~ When you look at their new system, ours seems very old-fashioned by contrast.
in ~ (to/with) The company lost $13 million this year, in contrast with a profit of $15 million last year.
~ between, ~ in The contrast in appearance between the sisters was striking.
~ to This busy social life was a complete contrast to his old quiet life.
PHRASES stand in … contrast to sb/sth Their attitudes towards love and marriage stand in stark contrast to those of their parents.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

contrast
verb
I. compare things in order to show differences
ADV. favourably, unfavourably He contrasted her brashness unfavourably with his mother's gentleness.
PREP. with
PHRASES compare and contrast Compare and contrast the two main characters in the play.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

contrast
II. be clearly different
ADV. markedly, sharply, starkly, strikingly, strongly, vividly | nicely | oddly | favourably, unfavourably The open approach contrasts favourably with the exclusivity of some universities.
PREP. with This statement contrasts starkly with his previous statements.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

contrast

a complete/total contrast
A complete contrast in building style can be seen in Commercial Road.
a sharp/stark/strong contrast (=very great)
There is a sharp contrast between the type of people who read the two newspapers.
a marked/striking contrast (=very noticeable)
I noticed a marked contrast in his behaviour before and after treatment.
a startling contrast (=very noticeable and surprising)
The big modern factories make a startling contrast to the opposite side of the road.
a dramatic contrast (=great and surprising)
Alaska is a land of dramatic contrast.
an interesting contrast
the interesting contrast between his early and later paintings
a clear/obvious contrast
There was a clear contrast between the father and the son.
make a contrast
The fruit and the meat make a delicious contrast of flavours.
draw a contrast (=say there is a contrast)
It is tempting to draw sharp contrasts between religion and science.
provide/offer contrast
The plant is very attractive, and provides excellent contrast to other plants.
highlight a contrast (=make a contrast very obvious)
The research will highlight the contrasts between different approaches to taxation.
stand in sharp/stark etc contrast to something
The mountains stand in stark contrast to the area around them.
in direct contrast to something/somebody (=completely different to something or someone)
She’s fun and warm and amusing – in direct contrast to James.
in sharp/stark etc contrast
We are still getting some sun, in marked contrast to last year’s everlasting grey skies.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary


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