juxtaposition

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To place in juxtaposition
The extra emphasis given to a comparison when the contrasted objects are close together

Example: In 1965 the government was elected, in 1965 the economy took a dive.

The nearness of objects with no delimiter

A fundamental operation on strings is string concatenation which we will denote by juxtaposition.

{n} the act of placing near or by
An absence of linking elements in a group of words that are listed together
When one image or shape is placed next to or in comparison to another image or shape Back To Top
Placing or being placed closed together
the act of positioning close together (or side by side); "it is the result of the juxtaposition of contrasting colors" a side-by-side position
the placing of different objects and/or colours side by side for effect
A placing or being placed in nearness or contiguity, or side by side, often done in order to compare/contrast the two, to show similarities or differences
An abrupt change of elements
A contrast in colors and shapes
Side-by-side position
the act of positioning close together (or side by side); "it is the result of the juxtaposition of contrasting colors"
Placing things side by side for the purposes of comparison Comparison of things or ideas Authors often use juxtaposition of ideas or examples in order to make a point (For example, an author my juxtapose the average day of a typical American with that of someone in the third world in order to make a point of social commentary)
The juxtaposition of two contrasting objects, images, or ideas is the fact that they are placed together or described together, so that the differences between them are emphasized. This juxtaposition of brutal reality and lyrical beauty runs through Park's stories
the arrangement of stands of vegetation in space (Thomas 1979)
The position of objects one upon the other to create meaning within the viewers mind
a side-by-side position
An absence of multiplication symbols
A strong contrast in register or style
An image-development strategy used to place like or contrasting images side by side
When you write two things next to one another, you juxtapose them Juxtaposition can be thought of as being similar to a binary operator For example, in mathematics it is common to indicate multiplication of two expressions by writing them next to one another So, in much of mathematics, juxtaposition stands for multiplication Juxtaposition has a precedence and associativity, just like operators For example, in mathematics, juxtaposition normally has higher precedence than addition but lower precedence than exponentiation In Astarte, juxtaposition does not stand for mulitiplication Instead, it stands for function application See E7
A logical fallacy on the part of the observer, where two items placed next to each other imply a correlation, when none is actually claimed
{i} act of placing side by side (especially in order to compare)
A placing or being placed in nearness or contiguity, or side by side; as, a juxtaposition of words
juxtaposition of functions
relation between two different issues, relation between one thing to another
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
place side by side; "The fauvists juxtaposed strong colors
juxtapose
To place in juxtaposition
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)
juxtaposit
To place in close connection or contiguity; to juxtapose
juxtapositions
plural of juxtaposition
juxtaposition

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    [ "j&k-st&-p&-'zi-sh ] (noun.) 1654. From French juxtaposition, from Latin iuxtā (“near”) from Latin iungō (“to join”) + French position (“position”) from Latin pōnō (“to place”).

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