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comparably

Line breaks: com¦par|ably
Pronunciation: /ˈkɒmp(ə)rəbli
 
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Definition of comparably in English:

adverb

In a similar way or to a similar degree: a comparably priced CD player
More example sentences
  • Objectively, the Titan is as good in most respects and better in some than all the other comparably equipped and priced full-size pickups on the market.
  • Both rental car systems are comparably priced at approximately $10 / day.
  • These blood protein isolates tend to be more expensive than basic protein products, but they are comparably priced to egg albumen proteins.

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