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Adjective
/ˈkämp(ə)rəbəl/,
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(of a person or thing) Able to be likened to another; similar,
  1. (of a person or thing) Able to be likened to another; similar
    • - flaked stone and bone tools comparable to Neanderthal man's tools
  2. Of equivalent quality; worthy of comparison
    • - nobody is comparable with this athlete

  1. able to be compared or worthy of comparison
  2. conforming in every respect; "boxes with corresponding dimensions"; "the like period of the preceding year"
  3. (comparably) in a comparable manner or to a comparable degree; "you will have to work comparably harder"
  4. Comparables (or comps) is a real estate appraisal term referring to properties with characteristics that are similar to a subject property whose value is being sought. ...
  5. (comparability) The condition of related objects; Comparison or equivalence
  6. (Comparables) Properties listed in an appraisal report that are substantially equivalent to the subject property.
  7. (COMPARABLES) Data about properties recently sold, currently on the market, expired listings, and pending sales which are similar to the property whose value is being determined. Used most often in appraisal reports and in competitive market analysis.
  8. (Comparables) Properties similar in size and character to the one being bought or sold.
  9. (Comparables) Lease rates and terms of properties similar in size, construction quality, age, use, and typically located within the same sub-market and used as comparison properties to determine the fair market lease rate for another property with similar characteristics.
  10. (Comparables) Houses and properties that are similar in style, appearance, construction quality, and usefulness to a particular property in a certain location.
  11. (Comparables (Comps)) Report showing similar properties (price, location, sale date, etc.) that justify current price of a property. Also can be done with leases.
  12. (Comparables) A media time slot or slots that had previously aired an infomercial with a product of similar demographic appeal to the product being analyzed.
  13. (Comparables) A valuation technique in which a recently sold asset is used to determine the value of a similar asset.
  14. (Comparables) In deciding how to price an IPO, investment bankers will often study the valuations of similar companies that are already publicly traded. The comparisons are referred to as comparables.
  15. (Comparables) Other properties sold or values to which reference is made when valuations are prepared
  16. (Comparables) Properties of like kind in relation to size, amenities, location and date of sale.
  17. (Comparables) Recently sold and actively for sale homes in a specific neighbourhood that are similar in size, style, condition and age.  The information is used to determine a fair market value for a subject property.
  18. (comparability) Users evaluate accounting information by comparison. Similar companies account for similar transactions in similar ways. Another goal is comparison of one company's information from one period to the next (consistency). ...
  19. (Comparability) The quality or state of being similar or alike.
  20. (Comparability) Accounting reports which have been prepared using the same principles of preparation and presentation can be compared to past reports and to reports of similar businesses.
  21. (Comparability) Examining pricing structure of similar restaurants in the market area in order to offer similar market-accepted prices.
  22. (Comparability) Requirement that the state must ensure that the same Medicaid benefits are available to all people who are eligible. Exceptions include benefits approved under Medicaid waiver programs for special sub populations of Medicaid eligibles.
  23. (Comparability) Similarity of the groups in characteristics likely to affect the study results (such as health status or age).
  24. (Comparability) The ability of a system to deliver data that can be compared in standard units of measurement and by standard statistical techniques with the data delivered by other systems. ...
  25. (Comparability) The extent to which research results can be meaningfully compared.