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Compare Meaning :-To examine the character or qualities of- as of two or more persons or things- for the purpose of discovering their resemblances or differences; to bring into comparison; to regard with discriminating attention. To represent as similar- for the purpose of illustration; to liken.Should I write 'compared to' or 'compared with'?
‘Compared to’ highlights a similarity between two things. ‘Compared with’ does the opposite: it contrasts them. Confusing the two is way down the list of word crimes and misdemeanours. It hardly merits a mention when compared with (as you might say) misspelling someone’s specialism in an email to them.What are the key words for compare and contrast?
Key Words for Compare and Contrast The following words signal that two pieces are being compared: also as well as both comparatively in the same way in addition just as like most important similarly the same as too The following words signal that two pieces are being contrasted: although besides but compared with conversely differ even though ...What is the root word for comparison?
mid-14c., "equal, match, resemblance, similarity," from Old French comparaison "comparison" (12c.), from Latin comparationem (nominative comparatio ), noun of action from past participle stem of comparare "make equal with, liken, bring together for a contest," from com "with, together" (see com-) + par "equal" (see par (n.)).