compare compare  /kəm ˈpɛr/

Definition(s):

  1. (n) qualities that are comparable
  2. (v) examine and note the similarities or differences of
  3. (v) be comparable
  4. (v) consider or describe as similar, equal, or analogous
  5. (v) to form the comparative or superlative form on an adjective or adverb

News

  1. Code Compare 3.0 gains speed and usability boost

    June 18, 2013 — (Page 1 of 2) Devart Team is has announced the new release of Code Compare 3.0 with the tool's performance boost and a host of usability improvements.
    on June 18, 2013     Source: SD Times

  2. The new Beatles? Don’t compare us to the Fab Four say Irish group The Strypes - VIDEO

    Please don't compare us with The Beatles, say Irish music group The Strypes.
    on June 17, 2013     Source: Irish Central

  3. Introducing Netvibes MisoData: Now Drag-and-Compare All Your Excel Spreadsheets and Data Reports, All on One Dashboard

    Drag-and-compare any report to any report, from sales to engineering to social analytics. MisoData is the easiest way to chart, automate and compare all your internal and external reports for real-time business insights. Learn more at: http://www.netvibes.com/en/misodata (PRWeb June 17, 2013) Read the full story at http://www.prweb.com/releases/netvibes/bigdata/prweb10837567.htm
    on June 17, 2013     Source: PRWeb

Quotes

  1. "This is the third time that we have reached the final but we live in another time. At that moment I thought the chance was very great that we will win the final," said Van Marwijk. "But you cannot compare this team with something that...
    on Jul 8, 2010 By: Bert van Marwijk Source: The Press Association

  2. "You stand there with a picture of the president defaced to look like Hitler and compare the effort to increase health care to the Nazis," Frank, who is Jewish, said.
    on Aug 19, 2009 By: Barney Frank Source: Washington Post Blogs (blog)

  3. "The history of the Olympic Games is fraught by a lot of challenges," Rogge said. "This is a challenge but you cannot compare to what we had in the past."
    on Apr 9, 2008 By: Jacques Rogge Source: International Herald Tribune

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