English translation of 'तुलनात्मक'
1. comparable adjective
If two or more things are comparable, they are similar and so can be reasonably compared.
In Ashford, comparable properties cost £60,000.
2. comparative 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.
3. comparative 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.
4. relative adjective
You use relative when you are comparing two or more things, particularly their size or quality.
The fighting began again after a period of relative calm.
If you drive at 50mph on a motorway, it seems very slow. It's all relative.
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Translation of तुलनात्मक from the Collins Hindi to English Dictionary