Comparison (noun)

  1. The act of comparing two or more things.
  2. The consideration of similarities and differences between things.


Late middle english: from old french comparisoun, from latin comparatio(n-), from comparare "compare".


  1. In comparison to the last year, this year's sales have increased significantly.
  2. The comparison between the two paintings was made to determine which one was the original.
  3. A comparison of the two books showed that they were quite different in style and content.
  4. The comparison of the two candidates revealed that they had similar views on education.
  5. The comparison showed that the new product was superior in performance to the previous model.
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