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When compared to other entities
In a comparative manner
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as compared to something else or to a previous state = relatively
in a relative manner; by comparison to something else; "the situation is relatively calm now"
According to estimate made by comparison; relatively; not positively or absolutely
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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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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
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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
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{a} that is capable of comparison
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{s} pertaining to comparison; relative; using comparison; of the comparative degree (Grammar)
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Estimated by comparison; relative; not positive or absolute, as compared with another thing or state
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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"
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relating to or based on or involving comparison; "comparative linguistics
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Of or pertaining to comparison
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relating to or based on or involving comparison; "comparative linguistics"
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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
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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
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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
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Expressing a degree greater or less than the positive degree of the quality denoted by an adjective or adverb
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having significance only in relation to something else; "a comparative newcomer"
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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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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
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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
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{i} comparative degree (Grammar)
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approximated by comparison; relative
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(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
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An equal; a rival; a compeer
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One who makes comparisons; one who affects wit
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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
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the comparative form of an adjective; "`better' is the comparative of `good'"
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The comparative degree is formed from the positive by the use of -er, more, or less; as, brighter, more bright, or less bright
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