Examples of comparable in a Sentence
two comparable selections that are hard to choose between
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May’s speech Sunday was comparable to that of Tony Blair’s after the terrorist attacks in 2005 killed more than 50 people.
Oregon averaged about 6.6 runs per game compared to UW’s 6.1 this season and the Ducks’ .327 season batting average is comparable to UW’s .324.
Other restructuring firms are similarly turning their attention to what the industry calls liability management -- helping to de-lever companies that have more debt than their comparable peers, or simplifying overly complex balance sheets.
U.S. immigration arrests increased nearly 40 percent in early 2017 from a comparable period last year, according to figures provided by immigration officials.
A son’s adult income is more closely correlated with his father’s in the United States than in other comparable countries.
A criticism of high-end youth camps is that quarterbacks from poor families are denied comparable opportunities.
Research and media reports from across the country question whether virtual education, delivered online through public charter schools, is of a comparable quality to traditional schooling.
Assuming those standards are required—and the plants are built in the U.S.—the total cost could be as much as double the price tag of a comparable conventional nuclear plant, Mr. Ford’s team found.
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COMPARABLE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of comparable for English Language Learners
—used to say that two or more things are very similar and can be compared to each other
COMPARABLE Defined for Kids
Definition of comparable for Students
: being similar or about the same Every member of the group is comparable in age.
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