Some articles on compare:
... design, ipsative instruments such as PAPI-I examine and compare the attributes of an individual ... a person, not when it is necessary to make judgements in order to compare them with others ... make judgements about a person in order to compare them with others ...
... Aldon’s first product, Compare, a file and database compare tool for the IBM mainframe, was introduced in 1982 ... In 1983, S/Compare, the first source change documentation tool on the market, was offered ... At that time, Aldon also sold an object file compare tool called O/Compare ...
... Compare with German Antwort, Dutch antwoord ... Compare with German edel, Dutch edel ... survived in the archaic gemot ('meeting', compare with Witenagemot) and yclept (with later form y-) ...
... See also feorhbold, feorhhold, feorhhus, līcfæt, līchoma.) Compare with the following words in other languages for 'corpse' German Leiche, Dutch lijk ... (See also feorhbold, feorhhold, feorhhus, līc.) Compare with German Leichnam ('corpse'), Dutch lichaam, Swedish lekamen, Nynorsk lekam and Danish legeme ... Compare with German Glied, Dutch lid, Swedish led, Danish led and Norwegian ledd ...
More definitions of "compare":
- (verb): Consider or describe as similar, equal, or analogous.
Example: "We can compare the Han dynasty to the Romans"
Synonyms: liken, equate
- (verb): Be comparable.
Example: "This car does not compare with our line of Mercedes"
- (verb): To form the comparative or superlative form on an adjective or adverb.
- (verb): Examine and note the similarities or differences of.
Example: "John compared his haircut to his friend's"; "We compared notes after we had both seen the movie"
Famous quotes containing the word compare:
“In considering the ledger equal, understand the greatest gift you have given your parents is the opportunity to raise you. The things a child gets from parents cant compare to the things a parent gets from raising a child. Only by experiencing this can you understand the degree to which children give meaning to parents lives.”
—Frank Pittman (20th century)
“Is this not trueThat in proportion to the value of their estates the extremely wealthy pay far less taxes than those of moderate means? Compare the amount paid by millionaires with the amount paid by ordinary citizens. I believe that in proportion to their estates they pay less than half as much as ordinary citizens, whereas they ought to pay more.”
—Rutherford Birchard Hayes (18221893)
“I sometimes compare press officers to riflemen on the Sommemowing down wave upon wave of distortion, taking out rank upon rank of supposition, deduction and gossip.”
—Bernard Ingham (b. 1932)