Definitions

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  • verb Present participle of compare.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • noun the act of examining resemblances

Etymologies

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Examples

  • It can check a uk suppliers standalone laptop battery chargers or a term comparing the bluetooth rays.

    Wii-volution

  • I sometimes find myself upset because my writing isn't as good as X or Y-- that kind of comparing is dangerous, too, because it can lead to stasis or, even, decline.

    Sharers and competitors

  • If you can't, then there is not much use in comparing rates or fees among banks.

    Bank Accounts in the USA

  • If you can't, then there is not much use in comparing rates or fees among banks.

    Bank Accounts in the USA

  • If you can't, then there is not much use in comparing rates or fees among banks.

    Bank Accounts in the USA

  • A big problem in comparing violent crime rates between countries and individual cities is in how reports are classified.

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  • If you can't, then there is not much use in comparing rates or fees among banks.

    Bank Accounts in the USA

  • If you can't, then there is not much use in comparing rates or fees among banks.

    Bank Accounts in the USA

  • If you can't, then there is not much use in comparing rates or fees among banks.

    Page 2

  • A big problem in comparing violent crime rates between countries and individual cities is in how reports are classified.

    Page 2

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