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contrast

noun [C or U] uk   /ˈkɒn.trɑːst/ us    /ˈkɑːn.træst/
B2 an obvious difference between two or more things: I like the contrast of the white trousers with the black jacket. The antique furnishing provides an unusual contrast to the modernity of the building. There's a marked contrast between his character and hers. Their economy has expanded enormously, while ours, by/in contrast, has declined. The amount spent on defence is in stark/sharp (= in very noticeable) contrast to that spent on housing and health. I love his use of contrast (= strong differences between light and darkness) in his later photographs.
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contrast

verb uk   /kənˈtrɑːst/ us    /-ˈtræst/
C2 [T] to compare two people or things in order to show the differences between them: If you contrast some of her early writing with her later work, you can see just how much she improved.C2 [I] If one thing contrasts with another, it is very different from it: The styles of the two film makers contrast quite dramatically. The sharpness of the lemons contrasts with the sweetness of the honey.
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Traducciones de “contrast”
en coreano 차이, 대조…
en árabe تَبايُن…
en francés contraste…
en turco karşılaştırma, kıyaslama, tezat…
en italiano contrasto…
en chino (tradicionál) 差別,差異, 對照,對比…
en ruso контраст…
en polaco kontrast…
en español ser como el día y la noche…
en portugués contraste…
en alemán der Gegensatz…
en catalán contrast…
en japonés (2人、2つのものの)違い…
en chino (simplificado) 差别,差异, 对照,对比…
(Definition of contrast from the Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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