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contrast

noun [C, U]
 
 
/ˈkɒntrɑːst/
B2 an obvious difference between two people or things
karşılaştırma, kıyaslama, tezat, zıtlık
The contrast between their lifestyles couldn't be greater. The busy north coast of the island is in sharp contrast to the peaceful south.Different and difference
by/in contrast used to show that someone or something is completely different from someone or something else
...e zıt olarak; ...nin aksine
She's quite petite, in contrast with her tall sister.Different and differenceComparing and contrasting
Translations of “contrast”
in Arabic تَبايُن…
in Korean 차이, 대조…
in Malaysian berbeza…
in French contraste…
in Italian contrasto…
in Chinese (Traditional) 差別,差異, 對照,對比…
in Russian контраст…
in Polish kontrast…
in Vietnamese sự khác biệt…
in Spanish ser como el día y la noche…
in Portuguese contraste…
in Thai สิ่งที่ต่างกันอย่างสิ้นเชิง…
in German der Gegensatz…
in Catalan contrast…
in Japanese (2人、2つのものの)違い…
in Indonesian kontras…
in Chinese (Simplified) 差别,差异, 对照,对比…
(Definition of contrast noun from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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