juxtaposing

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present participle of juxtapose
juxtapose
To place side by side, especially for contrast or comparison

In juxtaposing the youth athletes of our grandparents' generation with those of the modern era, we're essentially comparing Volkswagen Beetles to Hummers..

juxtapose
to place close together
juxtapose
{f} place side by side (especially in order to compare)
juxtapose
place side by side; "The fauvists juxtaposed strong colors"
juxtapose
If you juxtapose two contrasting objects, images, or ideas, you place them together or describe them together, so that the differences between them are emphasized. The technique Mr Wilson uses most often is to juxtapose things for dramatic effect Contemporary photographs are juxtaposed with a sixteenth century, copper Portuguese mirror. art's oldest theme: the celebration of life juxtaposed with the terror of mortality. to put things together, especially things that are not normally together, in order to compare them or to make something new juxtapose sth with sth (Probably from juxtaposition (17-21 centuries), from juxta + position)
juxtapose
To place in juxtaposition
juxtapose
place side by side; "The fauvists juxtaposed strong colors
juxtaposing

    Silbentrennung

    jux·ta·pos·ing

    Aussprache

    Etymologie

    [ 'j&k-st&-"pOz ] (transitive verb.) 1851. probably back-formation from juxtaposition.

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