Definition of 'counterpart'
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This is despite the fact they perform better in these subjects than their male counterparts. Times, Sunday Times (2016)There is no doubt that our male counterparts also suffer. The Sun (2017)Does she not bring as much to the show as her male counterpart? Times, Sunday Times (2017)But assertive women were still paid less than all male counterparts. The Sun (2016)Unlike their male counterparts, the vast majority were all too familiar with their victims. Times, Sunday Times (2017)Strangely enough, women do not seem to have been as emotionally hobbled by this kind of experience as their male counterparts. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Players featuring in all three formats have far less opportunity for rest than their counterparts. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Women on boards are just like their male counterparts. Times, Sunday Times (2013)One of the first people to call is one of my counterparts from another part of the world. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Yet female politicians are routinely assessed in terms of their appearance in a manner that their male counterparts are not. Times, Sunday Times (2014)The strict requirement that female audience members share the performance space while their male counterparts watch from banked seating raised expectations farther. Times, Sunday Times (2008)He intended to make the fleet faster than its German counterpart. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Unlike their French counterparts they have no automatic right to a university degree course. Times, Sunday Times (2013)They are simply more mature than their British counterparts. Times, Sunday Times (2008)British politicians can only envy this ability of their American counterparts. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Britons earn more than their European counterparts but have an inferior quality of life. Times, Sunday Times (2009)English sparkling wines regularly win blind tastings against their more illustrious French counterparts. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Their feeling that they had much in common with their British counterparts was to some extent justified. FIGHTER BOYS: Saving Britain 1940 (2003)His tone towards his civilian counterparts is one of exasperation, sometimes contempt. Times, Sunday Times (2010)British fans may be paying more than their European counterparts. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Some say this show is not as good as its British counterpart. The Sun (2008)Gibraltar police officers confirmed they were speaking to their Spanish counterparts about one of the incidents. Times, Sunday Times (2013)It is a stark contrast with the more substantial resources of her British counterparts. Times, Sunday Times (2014)His French counterpart was less sanguine. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Traders sold the Australian dollar against its American counterpart after recent strength. Times, Sunday Times (2014)We have a serious problem, more than our European counterparts. The Sun (2014)They will join ten French counterparts in the rebel capital Benghazi. The Sun (2011)British workers were a third less productive than their German and French counterparts last year as the gap with leading nations reached a record low. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Britain's special forces are expected to follow their American counterparts and try out a headset designed to help elite troops stay stronger for longer. Times, Sunday Times (2016)This was said to have confirmed a general alert already raised by US secret services with their German counterparts. Times, Sunday Times (2016)
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British English: counterpart NOUN
Someone's or something's counterpart is another person or thing that has a similar function or position in a different place.
The female reporters were paid less than their male counterparts.
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