Analogize ( verb , noun )

(As a verb)

Analogize ( verb )

To make an analogy or comparison.

Origin:

From greek ἀνάλογος ("proportional") + -ize, meaning "to make an analogy or comparison".

Examples:

  1. He analogized the human brain to a computer.
  2. She analogized the situation to a game of chess.
  3. The teacher asked the students to analogize the concept to something they were familiar with.
  4. The speaker analogized the problem to a puzzle that needed to be solved.
  5. The author analogized the character to a tragic hero.

(As a noun)

Analogize ( noun )

To make an analogy or comparison.

Origin:

From greek ἀνάλογος ("proportional") + -ize, meaning "to make an analogy or comparison".

Examples:

  1. He analogized the human brain to a computer.
  2. She analogized the situation to a game of chess.
  3. The teacher asked the students to analogize the concept to something they were familiar with.
  4. The speaker analogized the problem to a puzzle that needed to be solved.
  5. The author analogized the character to a tragic hero.
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