Comparison [noun]

Definition of Comparison:

contrasting; corresponding

Opposite/Antonyms of Comparison:

Sentence/Example of Comparison:

By comparison, the Biden campaign is projected to spent about $28 million this week, up from $27 million last week.

For comparison, the average American causes around 16 metric tons of emissions per year.

At Scripps Ranch High School, by comparison, students passed 1,058 AP tests.

For comparison, Whitney examined four other tusks, from Africa’s Karoo Basin, which would not have lost sunlight during winter.

Yet even that period paled in comparison against the 1950s and 1960s.

By comparison, Americans are richer, often much richer, and more insulated from the shocks of climate change.

Chrome – side by side visual comparisonThis is how I usually start my comparisons when analyzing potential mobile-first partial indexing issues related.

As to the building systems, Kitchell recommended replacement of the major systems based on a conclusory comparison of the age of those systems to the reported remaining useful life of similar building components in buildings of similar age.

As big as that sacrifice seems, it seems small in comparison to the life’s worth of sacrifices you’ve made to get to this point.

Can there be any comparison between the educational efficiency of the two methods?