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Englisch - Türkisch

Definition von compar im Englisch Türkisch wörterbuch

comparable
{s} kıyaslanabilir

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

comparatively
nispeten

Amerikalı yaşlı vatandaşların nispeten hali vakti yerinde. - American senior citizens are comparatively well-off.

compare
{f} (with) (ile) karşılaştırmak
compare
{f} to -e benzetmek; -e benzemek
compare
{f} benzetmek
compare
karşılaştırılmak
compare
mukayese edilmek
compare
{f} üstünlük derecesini göstermek
compare
oranlamak
compared
karşılaştırılmış

Hayat çoğu zaman bir dağa tırmanmakla karşılaştırılmıştır. - Life has often been compared to climbing a mountain.

comparable
(Hukuk) mukayese edilebilir
comparable
karşılaştırılabilir

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

comparative
göreli
comparatively
orantılı olarak
comparatively
göreceli olarak
comparatively
kısmen
comparatively
bir dereceye kadar
compare
eşsiz
compare
kıyaslanmak
compare
kıyas etmek
compare
karşılaştır

Cevabını Tom'unkiyle karşılaştır. - Compare your answer with Tom's.

New York ile karşılaştırıldığında, Tokyo çok daha güvenli bir yerdir. - Compared to New York, Tokyo is a much safer place.

compare
kıyaslamak

Düşünmek kıyaslamaktır. - To think means to compare.

compare
benzemek
comparable
benzer
comparative
göreceli
comparative
uygun
comparative
(Tıp) komparatif
comparative
(Ticaret) kıyasi
comparative
(Dilbilim) artıklık derecesi
comparatively
görece
compare
karşılaştırma yapmak

Karşılaştırma yapmak gerçekten zor. - It's really tough to compare.

compare
teşbih etmek
compared
karşılaştırılan
comparative
mukayeseli
comparative
nispi
comparatively
oldukça
comparatively
karşılaştırmalı olarak
compare
mukayese etmek
compare
(with ile) kıyaslanmak
compared
{f} karşılaştır

Biz onun işini onunkilerle karşılaştırdık. - We compared his work with hers.

Geçen yılla karşılaştırıldığında bahar bu yıl geç geldi. - Spring has come later this year compared with last year.

comparing
{f} karşılaştır

Sen tebeşir ve peyniri karşılaştırıyorsun! - You're comparing chalk and cheese!

Sen elmalarla portakalları karşılaştırıyorsun! - You're comparing apples and oranges!

comparing
{i} karşılaştırma
compare
karşılaşt

Başarıların benimki ile karşılaştırılamaz. - Your achievements cannot be compared with mine.

New York ile karşılaştırıldığında, Tokyo çok daha güvenli bir yerdir. - Compared to New York, Tokyo is a much safer place.

comparative
karşılaştırmalı

Benim uzmanlık alanım karşılaştırmalı dindir. - My major is comparative religion.

compare
{f} karşılaştırmak
comparative
dilbilgisi - üstünlük derecesi
comparative
dilbilgisi - (sıfat veya zarfların) üstünlük derecesini gösteren
compare
karşilaştir
compared
karsilastir(mak)
comparing
karsilastir(mak)
comparable
kıyas götürür
comparable
karşılaştırması mümkün
comparative
{s} üstünlük derecesini gösteren
comparative
üstünlük derecesi
comparative
{s} dilb. (sıfat veya zarfların) üstünlük derecesini gösteren. i
comparative
orantılı
comparative
{s} kıyaslamalı
comparative
{s} karşılaştırma yoluyla yapılan
comparative
in com
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comparative anatomy karşllaştlrmall anatomi compnrative linguistics karşılaştırmalı dilbilim
compare
compare kıyasla
compare
üstün
compare
kıyaslama

Lütfen beni erkek kardeşimle kıyaslama. - Please don't compare me with my brother.

Kendini onlarla kıyaslama. - Don't compare yourself to them.

compared
karsilastir
comparing
kıyas
comparing
karsilastir
Englisch - Englisch
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comparativePolit Politics
ofter
later
lower
bigger
badder
ferre
ferier
ferrer
comparable
Something suitable for comparison
comparable
Similar (to); like
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.

comparable
Able to be compared (to)

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

comparative
A construction showing a relative quality, in English usually formed by adding more or appending -er. For example, the comparative of green is greener; of evil, more evil
comparative
Comparable; bearing comparison

And need he had of slumber yet, for none / Had suffered more—his hardships were comparative / To those related in my grand-dad's Narrative.

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Of or related to comparison
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To assess the similarities and differences between two or more things . Having made the comparison of X with Y, one might have found it similar to Y or different from Y

You can't compare my problems and yours.

compare
To form the three degrees of comparison of (an adjective)

We compare good as good, better, best.

compare
To be similar (often used in the negative)

A sapling and a fully-grown oak tree do not compare.

compare
To declare two things to be similar in some respect

Astronomers have compared comets to dirty snowballs.

comparable
fit to be compared
comparative
relative
comparative
You use comparative to show that you are judging something against a previous or different situation. For example, comparative calm is a situation which is calmer than before or calmer than the situation in other places. those who manage to reach the comparative safety of Fendel The task was accomplished with comparative ease. = relative + comparatively com·para·tive·ly a comparatively small nation. children who find it comparatively easy to make and keep friends
comparable
{a} of equal regard or value, like
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{a} that is capable of comparison
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{n} a comparison, likeness, illustration
compare
{v} to liken, examin to find agreement or disagreement; in the sense of procure
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{s} pertaining to comparison; relative; using comparison; of the comparative degree (Grammar)
Comparable
equiparable
comparable
>> Properties used to determine the value of a specific property for comparative purposes in the preparation of an appraisal
comparable
able to be compared or worthy of comparison conforming in every respect; "boxes with corresponding dimensions"; "the like period of the preceding year
comparable
Capable of being compared; worthy of comparison
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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
comparable
Recently sold similar property, used to estimate loan value
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{s} similar, able to be compared
comparable
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
comparable
Constituting a pair in a particular partial order
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able to be compared or worthy of comparison
comparable
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
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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
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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
comparable
Recently sold properties that are similar to a property being appraised which provide an estimate of value
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Properties similar in size and character to the one being bought or sold
comparable
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
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Properties that are similar to the subject property Commonly cased "comps "
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conforming in every respect; "boxes with corresponding dimensions"; "the like period of the preceding year"
comparable
That which may be compared (to), that which is similar (to)
comparable
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
comparable
of an adjective, able to be compared
comparative
Estimated by comparison; relative; not positive or absolute, as compared with another thing or state
comparative
the degree of comparison in a language that denotes increase in the quality, quantity, or relation expressed by an adjective or adverb Some of my definitions may be "silly", but comparative is "sillier"
comparative
relating to or based on or involving comparison; "comparative linguistics
comparative
Bar Charts show several bar charts together so that different populations could be compared against each other For example, Comparative Bar Charts are used to compare values of a population against a benchmark population Comparative Bar Charts are also used to compare values of different sub-sets of a population
comparative
Of or pertaining to comparison
comparative
(komparativ): one of the forms in adjective/adverb comparison, the one that is usually mentioned second, saying that something is more or less than something else Comparative forms of adjectives and adverbs either end in -er, or they are preceded by more/less: E g great - greater- greatest, terribly- more terribly - most terribly
comparative
In grammar, the comparative form of an adjective or adverb shows that something has more of a quality than something else has. For example, `bigger' is the comparative form of `big', and `more quickly' is the comparative form of `quickly'. Compare superlative. Comparative is also a noun. The comparative of `pretty' is `prettier'. the comparative the form of an adjective or adverb that shows an increase in size, degree etc when something is considered in relation to something else. For example, 'bigger' is the comparative of 'big', and 'more slowly' is the comparative of 'slowly'. the superlative
comparative
having significance only in relation to something else; "a comparative newcomer"
comparative
Using comparison as a method of study, or founded on something using it
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A word in the comparative form
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comparative writing explores how two or more texts are similar or different and how this helps to explain both their meaning and their relative success
comparative
relating to or based on or involving comparison; "comparative linguistics"
comparative
Proceeding from, or by the method of, comparison; as, the comparative sciences; the comparative anatomy
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The comparative degree of adjectives and adverbs; also, the form by which the comparative degree is expressed; as, stronger, wiser, weaker, more stormy, less windy, are all comparatives
comparative
the comparative form of an adjective; "`better' is the comparative of `good'" having significance only in relation to something else; "a comparative newcomer" relating to or based on or involving comparison; "comparative linguistics
comparative
A comparative study is a study that involves the comparison of two or more things of the same kind. a comparative study of the dietary practices of people from various regions of India. a professor of English and comparative literature
comparative
approximated by comparison; relative
comparative
An equal; a rival; a compeer
comparative
One who makes comparisons; one who affects wit
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{i} comparative degree (Grammar)
comparative
The comparative degree is formed from the positive by the use of -er, more, or less; as, brighter, more bright, or less bright
comparative
Expressing a degree greater or less than the positive degree of the quality denoted by an adjective or adverb
comparative
the comparative form of an adjective; "`better' is the comparative of `good'"
comparatively
relatively, in a comparative manner
comparatively
According to estimate made by comparison; relatively; not positively or absolutely
comparatively
in a relative manner; by comparison to something else; "the situation is relatively calm now"
comparatively
as compared to something else or to a previous state = relatively
comparatively
In a comparative manner
comparatively
When compared to other entities
compare
Means write about the ways in which two or more things are the same, or what they have in common E g "Compare the golf swing with the baseball swing " Obviously one might think to add, " then contrast both swings" (see next definition for "contrast")
compare
An operator field which defines the relationship between the field and value specified
compare
Show how things are similar or different
compare
to describe as being the same
compare
me too drug
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To assess the similarities between two things ["to compare X and Y"] or between one thing and another ["to compare X with Y"]. Having made the comparison with X, one might have found it similar to X or different from X
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and "least", to the positive; as, beautiful, more beautiful, most beautiful
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To get; to procure; to obtain; to acquire examine and note the similarities or differences of; "John compared his haircut to his friend's"; "We compared notes after we had both seen the movie"
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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
compare
Examine the objects in question with a view to demonstrating their similarities
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consider or describe as similar, equal, or analogous; "We can compare the Han dynasty to the Romans"; "You cannot equate success in financial matters with greed"
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and "most", or "less"
compare
{f} show how (people or things) are alike or different; consider to be similar
compare
To inflect according to the degrees of comparison; to state positive, comparative, and superlative forms of; as, most adjectives of one syllable are compared by affixing "- er"
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When you compare things, you consider them and discover the differences or similarities between them. Compare the two illustrations in Fig 60 Was it fair to compare independent schools with state schools? Note how smooth the skin of the upper arm is, then compare it to the skin on the elbow. to compare notes: see note
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If you say that something does not compare with something else, you mean that it is much worse. The flowers here do not compare with those at home see also compared. beyond/without compare a quality that is beyond compare is the best of its kind
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Department of Defense software tool for completing the Cost Comparison Form
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to examine the character and qualities of an item, especially in order to discover similarities or differences
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be comparable; "This car does not compare with our line of Mercedes"
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To be like or equal; to admit, or be worthy of, comparison; as, his later work does not compare with his earlier
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to decide how things are different from each other -- " convert the fractions to decimals, which are easier to compare " (39)
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qualities that are comparable; "no comparison between the two books"; "beyond compare"
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to form the comparative or superlative form on an adjective or adverb
compare
to estimate of similarity between two things
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To represent as similar, for the purpose of illustration; to liken
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and "-est"
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examine and note the similarities or differences of; "John compared his haircut to his friend's"; "We compared notes after we had both seen the movie"
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Comparison
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To vie; to assume a likeness or equality
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cf
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Illustration by comparison; simile
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(TrafficLightColor, TrafficLightColor) -> Comparison This compares two members, according to the rank ordering For example, compare(red,green) = less You also get comparisons <, >, <= and >= automatically from this
compare
Found at the end of a definition and indicates other glossary terms that are related or similar to, yet different from, the term they follow
compare
Examine qualities, or characteristics, to discover resemblances "Compare" is usually stated as "compare with": you are to emphasize similarities, although differences may be mentioned
compare
Look for similarities and differences between two or more things
compare
{i} comparison, contrast
compare
A function of the CCP module in which the device will perform an action when a timer's register value matches the value in the compare register
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to the positive form; as, black, blacker, blackest; those of more than one syllable are usually compared by prefixing "more"
compare
To look for similarities
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If you compare one person or thing to another, you say that they are like the other person or thing. Some commentators compared his work to that of James Joyce I can only compare the experience to falling in love. = liken
compare
to decide whether a number is greater than, less than, or equal to another
compare
to form the comparative or superlative form on an adjective or adverb be comparable; "This car does not compare with our line of Mercedes
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If one thing compares favourably with another, it is better than the other thing. If it compares unfavourably, it is worse than the other thing. Our road safety record compares favourably with that of other European countries How do the two techniques compare in terms of application?
compared
past of compare
compared
{s} examined in order to find similarities and differences
compared
You talk about one situation or thing compared with another or compared to another when contrasting the two situations or things. In 1800 Ireland's population was nine million, compared to Britain's 16 million
compared
If you say, for example, that one thing is large or small compared with another or compared to another, you mean that it is larger or smaller than the other thing. The room was light and lofty compared with our Tudor ones Columbia was a young city compared to venerable Charleston
compares
third-person singular of compare
comparing
present participle of compare
comparing
examining resemblances or differences
Türkisch - Englisch

Definition von compar im Türkisch Englisch wörterbuch

compare
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