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Meaning of “contrast” - Learner’s Dictionary

contrast

verb     /kənˈtrɑːst/
COMPARE [T]
to compare two people or things in order to show the differences between them: If you contrast his early novels with his later work, you can see how his writing has developed.Comparing and contrasting
DIFFERENCE [I]
If one thing contrasts with another, it is very different from it: The sharpness of the lemons contrasts with the sweetness of the honey.Being and appearing different
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