In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(situation/salary) comparable(salary/situation) equiparablethey are not comparable — no se los puede comparar
- comparable to / with sth — comparable / equiparable a algo
- The course is in top class condition and comparable to any golf club in the country.
- A good bag of fish that was comparable with past weights but the composition of the catch was completely different.
- Why religious affiliation should be comparable to ethnic origin escapes me, however.
- The weather at last constant, fixed in purpose and content, comparable to a summer's day.
- The number of cameras in Bolton is comparable to other boroughs in Greater Manchester of a similar size.
- It was a large wooden fort comparable to Disney's Magic Castle of today.
- The basic pay rates of staff in private prisons are comparable to publicly paid prison officers.
- Beware of the hype because no matter what you hear, no hand-held is comparable to a laptop.
- The steering provides feel comparable to running your fingers over the road.
- The best produces distinguished wine, comparable to that of the Rheingau.
- The population of Seattle has stayed around half a million, broadly comparable to that of Glasgow.
- I was expecting quality comparable with a DVD or Sky Digital, which we had in the UK.
- The amount of books she sells in a year is comparable to how many people read a semi-decent blog in a good week.
- It is not classed as a beauty therapy, nor is it comparable to Indian head massage.
- One, hitting analysis is not comparable to the analysis needed in a contact sport.
- Such silk fibre was comparable to an iron fibre of the same measure, Dr. Sebastian said.
- The best of their wines are serious and comparable in quality to those from good wine-makers in Baden.
- The experiences I have described are in no way comparable to what we have to contend with in London.
- Equally, saving a life that will exist in the future seems morally comparable to creating a future life.
- Indeed, it claims that the physical energy gained by sleeping is comparable to that gained by eating an apple.
- They act as a safety net, comparable with the safety net of a trapeze artist.
- Being the third or fourth user of the system is not comparable to being the first user.
- The ratio of domestic to international air traffic in China is comparable to the US.
- Most bands these days end up being an experience comparable to chewing on a lemon.
- She was comparable with HMS Invincible in firepower and speed but had superior protection.
- Ben yelled as he brought down the sword with force comparable to that of a minor cyclone.
- He knows his experience is not comparable to Shackleton's feat of endurance.
- Is this going to be comparable to the previous three oil shocks, or worse, or easier?
- His tone was brilliant and the interpretation comparable to the best performances known.
- When the capacitor discharges those volts, it delivers an amperage comparable to stun guns.
- His record in work that is comparable to what's on offer here is decidedly more mixed.
- Neither of these are comparable to fake medicines in terms of the harm they can do.
- The team now aim to improve the quality of the tissue grown in the lab, to make it more comparable with that of a young animal.
- They have the further advantage of being comparable to the Home Office data.
- Had his team possessed a striker of comparable qualities, the tournament would have been theirs.
- It is an action movie with stunts comparable with the best in the martial arts genre.
- Bad mistake, comparable with that of the citizens of Troy who thought they were getting that horse as a bargain too.
- Prices are not yet finalised, but should be comparable to existing cars and will be announced next month.
- His achievements are certainly comparable to those of the greatest figures in history.
- Despite this, the team was able to produce an image with sharpness comparable to that of Hubble's.
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