1. examining resemblances or differences
2. relation based on similarities and differences
3. qualities that are comparable;
This dress is really cheaper by comparison.
There is no comparison between the two.
The bulk and weight of coal required in the majority of manufacturing industries is large in comparison with the bulk and weight of other raw matericals.
I'll just cite some figures for comparison.
By comparison with London, Paris is small.
My garden doesn't stand comparison with his.
In comparison with the disastrous damage made by the earthquake, my personal loss is negligible.
There is no comparison between them.
A comparison of the two teams indicates that Saturday's game will probably be close.
That old building is not so imposing as it used to be in comparison with other tall modern structures.
They make a comparison of New York to a beehive.
This is a very apposite comparison.
He came off well by comparison with the others.
The comparison of her life to a sea voyage simplifies her experience.
Any comparison that is not strictly factual runs the risk of being interpreted as subjective.
I think these books can stand comparison quite happily with works by Dickens.
There is no comparison between the knowledge and skill of such a player and the ordinary casual participant.
A younger child will benefit more from an older sister's help than from an unfavourable comparison between their progress.
The film bears favourable technical comparison with Hollywood productions costing 10 times as much.
The amount of carbon dioxide released by human activities such as burning coal and oil is small in comparison.
Since he came to live with me, we have been subject to a campaign of spite and revenge which makes Lady Sarah appear angelic by comparison.
The rest of the arts scene looks increasingly turgid by comparison.
Those places are modern by comparison with Tresillian.
Is the human heart weak in comparison with the other organs?
He finds the comparison of insect wings with a sailing boat useful up to a point.
To have a better comparison, we need to go further and address such issues as repairs and insurance.
That comparison isn't as wide of the mark as it seems.
He puffed the new system by showing how badly his existing system performed by comparison.
bear (or stand) comparison
be of sufficient quality to be likened favourably to someone or something of the same kind
another way of saying beyond compare
the Prime Minister's support staff is tiny in comparison with that of a US President.
There is relatively little information about comparison, maybe you can watch a bilingual story to relax your mood, I wish you a happy day!
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