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resemblancenoun [C or U]

uk   /rɪˈzem.bləns/ us   /rɪˈzem.bləns/
C2 the fact that two people or things look like each other or are similar in some other way: There was a clear family resemblance between all the brothers. These prices bear no resemblance to (= are completely different from) the ones I saw printed in the newspaper.

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(Definition of resemblance from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “resemblance”
in Arabic تَشابُه…
in Korean 닮음…
in Portuguese semelhança…
in Catalan semblança…
in Japanese 似ていること, 類似…
in Chinese (Simplified) 像, 看起来像, 与…相似…
in Turkish benzeyiş, benzerlik…
in Russian сходство…
in Chinese (Traditional) 像, 看起來像, 與…相似…
in Italian somiglianza…
in Polish podobieństwo…
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