English translation of तुलनात्मक
तुलनात्मकPowered by COBUILD /tulanatmaka/
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/tulanatmaka, tulanAtmaka, tulanaatmaka, tulanātmak/
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