compare

vt.比较,比喻,对照vi.相比n.比较【计】比较【经】比较,对照相关词组:beyondcompare名词:comparer动词过去式:compare...


vt. 比较, 比喻, 对照
vi. 相比
n. 比较
【计】 比较
【经】 比较, 对照
相关词组:
beyond compare名词:comparer 动词过去式:compared 过去分词:compared 现在分词:comparing 第三人称单数:compares 
compare, compare to, compare with, contrast
这些动词(短语)均含“比较”之意。
compare: 侧重比较两个或更多东西的异同优劣,强调相同或类似之处。
compare to: 指两物有类似或相似之处,从而“把(一物)比作(另一物)。”
compare with: 指“把……用……作比较”以便找出差异或好坏。
contrast: 指比较两个或更多东西之间的差异,侧重不同点。

名词 compare:

  1. qualities that are comparable
    同义词:comparison, equivalence, comparability

动词 compare:

  1. examine and note the similarities or differences of
  2. be comparable
  3. consider or describe as similar, equal, or analogous
    同义词:liken, equate
  4. to form the comparative or superlative form on an adjective or adverb
  1. She is lovely beyond compare.
    她真是可爱得无与伦比。
  2. Life is poetically compared to the morning dew.
    在诗歌中,人生被比喻为朝露。
  3. I compared the copy with the original, but there was not much difference.
    我比较了复印件和原件,但是差别不是很大。

com.pare

v.(动词)
com.pared,com.par.ing,com.pares
v.tr.(及物动词)
To consider or describe as similar, equal, or analogous; liken.
比拟,喻为:考虑或描述为相似、相等或类似的;把…比喻成
Abbr. cp.To examine in order to note the similarities or differences of.
缩写 cp.比较:为记录相似性或差别而调查
Grammar To form the positive, comparative, or superlative degree of (an adjective or adverb).
【语法】 构成:构成(一个形容词或副词)的原级、比较级或最高级
v.intr.(不及物动词)
To be worthy of comparison; bear comparison:
相比,匹敌:有比较的价值;经得起比较:
例句:
two concert halls that just do not compare.
无法比较的两个音乐厅

To draw comparisons.
比较,区别
n.(名词)
Comparison:
比较:
例句:
a musician beyond compare.
无与伦比的音乐家


<习惯用语>compare notes
To exchange ideas, views, or opinions.
交换思想、观点或意见
来源:
Middle English comparen
中古英语 comparen
from Old French comparer
源自 古法语 comparer
from Latin compar3re
源自 拉丁语 compar3re
from comp3r [equal]
源自 comp3r [相等]
com- [com-]
com- [表示.和,与.等意思的前缀]
p3r [equal] * see per…- 2
p3r [相等] *参见 per…- 2

【引伸】
compar.er
n.(名词)
Compare usually takes the preposition to when it refers to the activity of describing the resemblances between unlike things:
当它涉及描述不同事物相似性的活动时,Compare 常用介词 to
例句:
He compared her to a summer day.
他将她比为夏天。

例句:
Scientists sometimes compare the human brain to a computer.
科学家有时将人脑比作电脑。

It takeswith when it refers to the act of examining two like things in order to discern their similarities or differences:
当涉及考察两个相象的事物以辨别他们的相似或差别时,它取with
例句:
The police compared the forged signature with the original.
警察将伪造的签名与原来的作比较。

例句:
The committee will have to compare the Senate`s version of the bill with the version that was passed by the House.
委员会需要将参议院议案的版本与下议院通过的作比较。

Whencompare is used to mean .to liken (one) with another,. with is traditionally held to be the correct form:
compare 用作表示.把(一个)比喻成另一个.时, with 传统地作为正确的形式:
例句:
That little bauble is not to be compared with (not to ) this enormous jewel.
那个小摆设不能与(不是 to这个大宝石相比较。

Butto is frequently used in this context and is not incorrect.
to 常用于此上下文,也是正确的


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