Results for: Compared

What is the comparative of afraid?

The comparative form of 'afraid' is "more afraid". The superlative would be "most afraid". There are two methods of forming a comparative. The most common is to precede the (MORE)
In Science

What is comparable set?

Two sets A and B are said to be comparable if and only if either 'A is a subset of B' or 'B is a subset of A'.
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In Biology

What is comparative anatomy?

the study of similarities and differences in the body structure of different organisms comparison of structure and form of living things.
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What rhymes with compare?

Care, pare, rare, share, tare, ware, ..   air, chair, hair, pair, ..   bear, pear, swear, tear, wear   heir, their   compere, there, where      
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What is comparative benchmarking?

Comparing benchmarks to assess how companies compare to industry, regional and/or national norms. Whether it's measuring financial performance, employee benefits, product pric (MORE)
In Grammar

What are comparative verbs?

You should use the comparative form of an adjective or adverb to compare exactly two things. You can form the comparative by adding the suffix "-er" to the modifier (for some (MORE)

What is comparator?

n electronics, a comparator is a device that compares two voltages or currents and switches its output to indicate which is larger. They are commonly used in devices such as a (MORE)
In Grammar

Is it compared to or compared with?

Both are correct in different circumstance. We use compared to when the subjects are of different orders, for example Compared to a brick, this car is aerodynamic. We use comp (MORE)

What is comparative shopping?

The practice of comparing prices means advance shopping in order to  achieve the best deals and pricing on merchandise and services.  Comparison shopping is often done in an (MORE)