Hindi translation of 'comparative'
comparative /kəmˈpærətɪv कमˈपैरटिव़्/
Word forms: comparatives
1. adjective before noun
You use comparative to show that your description of something is accurate only when it is compared to something else, or to what is usual.
We carried the soldier back to comparative safety.
a comparative advantage
तुलनात्मक रूप से
...a comparatively small nation.
2. adjective before noun
A comparative study involves the comparison of two or more things of the same kind.
...the comparative study of English and Latin authors.
a comparative study/analysis
3. countable noun, adjective before noun
In grammar, the comparative or the comparative form of an adjective or adverb is used to indicate that something has more of a quality than it used to have or than something else has. For example, 'bigger' is the comparative form of 'big'. Compare superlative.
तुलनात्मक विशेषण mn/तुलनात्मक
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Example Sentences Including 'comparative'
And then there's this chart of comparative secondary sexual characteristics.An Older Woman
After the comparative darkness of his room, hers was a shock.Midnight is a Lonely Place
He brushed a hand over his black hair, plastering it into comparative order.Anti-Ice
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Translation of comparative from the Collins English to Hindi Dictionary