comparable

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İngilizce - Türkçe
{s} kıyaslanabilir

Bildiğiniz gibi, hayat bir yolculukla kıyaslanabilir. - As you know, life is comparable to a voyage.

karşılaştırılabilir

New York'un Fifth Avenue'su Ginza ile karşılaştırılabilir. - New York's Fifth Avenue is comparable to Ginza.

{s} kıyas götürür
karşılaştırması mümkün
(Hukuk) mukayese edilebilir
benzer
comparable to
ile karşılaştırılabilir
comparable employee
(Kanun) Emsal işçi
comparable price index
karşılaştırılabilir fiyat indeksi
comparable worth
Benzer değer
comparable worth doctrine
(Ticaret) eşit ücret doktrini
comparably
benzer olarak
comparability
karsilastirilabilirlik
be comparable
with ile karşılaştırılabilir olmak
be comparable
to -e benzemek
comparably
kıyaslanabilir şekilde
İngilizce - İngilizce
Something suitable for comparison
Able to be compared (to)

You can't say that robbing a bank is like pickpocketing. The two are just not comparable.

Said of an adjective that can take the three degrees of comparison

Big is a comparable adjective, since it can take the forms bigger and biggest; but unique is not comparable, except in disputed, but common, usage.

Similar (to); like
Constituting a pair in a particular partial order

Six and forty-two are comparable in the divides order, but six and nine are not.

fit to be compared
{a} of equal regard or value, like
A property with similar characteristics used to compare with a subject property for the purpose of determining the fair market value of the subject property
Recently sold similar property, used to estimate loan value
An abbreviation for "comparable properties"; used for comparative purposes in the appraisal process Comparables are properties like the property under consideration; they have reasonably the same size, location, and amenities and have recently been sold Comparables help the appraiser determine the approximate fair market value of the subject property
able to be compared or worthy of comparison
If two or more things are comparable, they are of the same kind or are in the same situation, and so they can reasonably be compared. In other comparable countries real wages increased much more rapidly By contrast, the comparable figure for the Netherlands is 16 per cent = equivalent
Recently sold properties that are similar to a property being appraised which provide an estimate of value
Properties that are similar to the subject property Commonly cased "comps "
Properties that are substantially equivalent to the subject property, and which are used as a base to establish value through the market data approach of appraisal The three most significant kinds of comparable are recent sales, competing listings and new construction
Properties similar in size and character to the one being bought or sold
{s} similar, able to be compared
conforming in every respect; "boxes with corresponding dimensions"; "the like period of the preceding year"
An abbreviation for comparable property sales, rentals, incomes, etc , used for the purposes of comparison in the appraisal process A comparable is similar to the property, is in a similar neighborhood, and has sold and closed in a time frame according to market conditions noted on the front of the URAR
That which may be compared (to), that which is similar (to)
Something that is comparable to something else is roughly similar, for example in amount or importance. paying the same wages to men and women for work of comparable value Farmers were meant to get an income comparable to that of townspeople The risk it poses is comparable with smoking just one cigarette every year. = similar
of an adjective, able to be compared
Capable of being compared; worthy of comparison
able to be compared or worthy of comparison conforming in every respect; "boxes with corresponding dimensions"; "the like period of the preceding year
>> Properties used to determine the value of a specific property for comparative purposes in the preparation of an appraisal
To negotiate the value of a startup one needs to refer to similar projects : the comparable As startups are by nature innovative, the comparable are not necessarily direct competitors using the same technology They are in the same sector, aim if possible at the same customer needs and above all use the same business model
equiparable
comparable function
Either of a pair of functions that have the same domain and that the values of one are equal to or greater than the other for all points in that domain
comparable worth
The principle that there should be no difference in remuneration between jobs held mostly by women and jobs held mostly by men, when the women's work is comparable in skill, effort, working conditions, and responsibility to the men's work

Comparable worth aims to upgrade the wage scales for jobs that employ large numbers of women.

comparable employee
(Kanun) A comparable employee means a full-time employee (of the same or opposite sex) to whom a part-time employee compares himself/herself
comparable to
can be compared to
comparable to
worthy of comparison; as good as; "at that moment nothing in the world seemed comparable to sleep"
comparable to(p)
worthy of comparison; as good as; "at that moment nothing in the world seemed comparable to sleep
comparable with(p)
similar in some respect and so able to be compared in order to show differences and similarities; "pianists of comparable ability"; "cars comparable with each other in terms of fuel consumption
comparable worth
A theory holding that compensation for job classifications filled chiefly by women should be the same as for those classifications filled chiefly by men if the jobs, albeit dissimilar, are regarded as having equal value. According to this theory, workers' salaries should be calculated on a scale of socioeconomic value that transcends traditional supply and demand
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A measure of the confidence with which one data set or method can be compared to another
comparability
The ability of a system to deliver data that can be compared in standard units of measurement and by standard statistical techniques with the data delivered by other systems While not a critical component of accuracy, comparability of data generated by a system is critical to evaluating its accuracy and usefulness
comparability
- The data on race in Census 2000 were not directly comparable to those collected in previous censuses The October 1997 revised standards issued by OMB led to changes in the question on race for Census 2000 The Census 2000 Dress Rehearsal data were the first to reflect these changes First, respondents were allowed to select more than one category for race Second, the sequence of the questions on race and Hispanic origin changed In 1990 the question on race (item 4) preceded the question on Hispanic origin (item 7) with two intervening questions For Census 2000, the question on race immediately followed the question on Hispanic origin
comparability
{i} ability to be likened or contrasted, equatability
comparability
A qualitative measure of the confidence with which one data set can be compared to another Sample data should be comparable with other measurement data for similar samples and sample conditions
comparability
Equalization of services funded by state and local resources in Title 1 and non-Title 1 attendance centers (" comparability") must be attained before IASA, Chapter 1 funds can be authorized
comparability
The 1990 decennial census question had separate categories for "Natural-born or adopted son/daughter' and "Stepson/stepdaughter"; whereas, the American Community Survey questionnaire has one category for "Son/daughter " The American Community Survey has an additional category for "In-laws" as opposed to including them in the "Other relatives " The 2000 decennial census had a separate category for "Adopted son/daughter," and a separate category for "Son-in-law/Daughter-in-law "
comparability
the similarity of phenomena (e g , attributes, performances, assessments, data sources) being examined The amount or degree of comparability is often used to determine the appropriateness of using one phenomenon in lieu of another and to help ensure fairness See Equivalence, Fairness
comparability
The extent to which an indicator measures the same thing across time or space In 1950, the number of households in a given neighborhood with a television would have been an indicator of neighborhood prosperity In 1990 the indicator would have little value
comparability
the condition of related objects
comparability
A quality of accounting information that improves the ability of financial statement readers to compare different sets of financial statements
comparability
comparison or equivalence
comparability
The ability to describe likenesses and differences in the quality and relevance of two or more data sets
comparability
In general, the state must ensure that the same Medicaid benefits are available to all people who are eligible Exceptions include benefits approved under Medicaid waiver programs for special subpopulations of Medicaid eligibles and benefits available to children through EPSDT which may not be available to adults
comparability
Requirement that the state must ensure that the same Medicaid benefits are available to all people who are eligible Exceptions include benefits approved under Medicaid waiver programs for special sub populations of Medicaid eligibles
comparability
qualities that are comparable; "no comparison between the two books"; "beyond compare"
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in a comparable manner or to a comparable degree; "you will have to work comparably harder
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in a comparable manner or to a comparable degree; "you will have to work comparably harder"
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in a comparable manner
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in a similar way or to a similar degree
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