In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(acción, efecto)comparisonhacer/establecer una comparación — to make / draw a comparison
- no hay comparación — there's no comparison
- en comparación con el año pasado — compared to / with last year
- este vino no tiene ni punto de comparación con el Rioja — you cannot even begin to compare this wine with Rioja
- el café de filtro no admite comparación con el instantáneo — there's simply no comparison between filter coffee and instant
- (todas) las comparaciones son odiosas — comparisons are odious
- adverbio de comparación — comparative adverb
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