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Turkish translation of “comparison”

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comparison

noun [C, U]
 
 
/kəmˈpærɪsən/
B2 when you compare two or more people or things
mukayese, kıyaslama, karşılaştırma
They published a comparison of schools in the area. She's so tall that he looks tiny by/in comparison.Comparing and contrasting
There's no comparison. used to say that someone or something is much better than someone or something else
kıyas götürmez, kıyaslanamaz, karşılaştırılamaz
Extremely good
Translations of “comparison”
in Korean 비교…
in Arabic مُقارَنة…
in Portuguese comparação…
in Catalan comparació…
in Japanese 比較…
in Italian paragone, confronto…
in Chinese (Traditional) 查找差異, 比較,對照,對比…
in Russian сравнение…
in Chinese (Simplified) 查找差异, 比较,对照,对比…
in Polish porównanie…
(Definition of comparison from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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