Definition of 'as ... as'
Translations for 'as ... as'
British English: as ... as /əz/ ADVERB
You use the structure as ... as when you are comparing things, or emphasizing how large or small something is.
I never went through a final exam that was as difficult as that one.
- American English: as
- Arabic: مِثْل
- Brazilian Portuguese: tanto quanto
- Chinese: 如同
- Croatian: kao
- Czech: tak ... jako
- Danish: så … som …
- Dutch: even… als gelijke mate
- European Spanish: tan… como
- Finnish: yhtä...kuin
- French: aussi … que
- German: so
- Greek: όσο … όσο
- Italian: tanto…quanto
- Japanese: ･･･と同じくらい
- Korean: ...와 마찬가지로
- Norwegian: så
- Polish: tak … jak
- European Portuguese: tão … como
- Romanian: la fel de
- Russian: как
- Spanish: tan…como
- Swedish: så
- Thai: อย่างพอๆ กัน
- Turkish: gibi
- Ukrainian: такий же як
- Vietnamese: …như như
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