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comparisons, plural;
  1. The act or instance of comparing
    • - they drew a comparison between Gandhi's teaching and that of other teachers
    • - the two books invite comparison with one another
  2. An analogy
    • - perhaps the best comparison is that of seasickness
  3. The quality of being similar or equivalent
    • - if you want a thrill, there's no comparison to climbing on a truck and going out there on the expressway
  4. The formation of the comparative and superlative forms of adjectives and adverbs

  1. the act of examining resemblances; "they made a comparison of noise levels"; "the fractions selected for comparison must require pupils to consider both numerator and denominator"
  2. relation based on similarities and differences
  3. qualities that are comparable; "no comparison between the two books"; "beyond compare"
  4. In computer programming, comparison of two data items is effected by the comparison operators typically written as: These operators produce the logical value true or false, depending on the result of the comparison. For example, in the pseudo-code
  5. Comparison, in grammar, is a property of adjectives and adverbs in most languages; it describes systems that distinguish the degree to which the modifier modifies its complement.
  6. In mathematics, an inequality is a statement about the relative size or order of two objects, or about whether they are the same or not (See also: equality). *The notation a < b means that a is less than b. *The notation a > b means that a is greater than b. ...
  7. (Comparisons (TV series)) Comparisons is a Canadian documentary television series which aired on CBC Television from 1959 to 1963.
  8. The act of comparing or the state or process of being compared; An evaluation of the similarities and differences of two (or more) things; The state of being similar or alike; The ability of adjectives and adverbs to form three degrees
  9. (Comparisons) SAS Statement with limitations in SCL
  10. (Comparisons) Various forms of information about reported performance measures that provide a basis for assessing the level of or changes in results. ...
  11. (Comparisons) Words Covered: more than, less than, better than, worse than, older than, younger than, bigger than, smaller than,, as much as or as many as, taller than, shorter than
  12. the process of identifying similarities.
  13. Short for "comparison ticket," a memorandum between two brokers that confirms the details of a transaction to be carried out.
  14. Comparison operators are operators that compare two values, like != (not equal to) or == (equal to), for instance. 3 == 4 returns false (because 3 is not equal to 4), while 7.8 != 9 returns true (because the values are not equal).
  15. n : the modification of an adjective or adverb to denote different levels of quality, quantity, or relation. See degree.
  16. To learn more, researchers compare results from patients in the experimental groups with results from patients in the control groups.
  17. A term applied to calibration (e.g. of an accelerometer) in which sensitivity is tested against a standard. See also absolute calibration.
  18. Different from rhetorical similes, comparisons as intended here typically occur in talk about refugees or minorities, namely when speakers compare ingroups and outgroups. In racist talk, outgroups are compared negatively, and ingroups positively. ...
  19. Make comparisons with parallel situations and other projects to explain the problem from different perspectives.
  20. the act of comparing two values to determine which is greater according to some ordering.
  21. A method of quantifying costs or benefits in which current costs or benefits on comparable systems are used as a baseline for the new system.
  22. When you compare two values or variables. Straight comparisons are done using two equal signs. For example - if ($myVar == $otherVar) - or - if ($myVar < $otherVar)
  23. The process of analyzing the differences between two models. Often, a model of a database that contains the proposed changes is compared to an earlier model of the database to understand the effects of the changes. ...
  24. Weighing the evaluated effects of alternatives to determine what best fits the needs. Comparison involves tradeoffs and priorities.
  25. similarities, differences, equal, same, different, fewer, most, less, superlatives