English translation of 'समानता'
1. analogy countable noun
If you draw an analogy between two things, you show that they are similar.
He drew an analogy between sport and business.
2. comparison variable noun
When you make a comparison, you say that one thing is like another in some way.
...the comparison of her life to a sea voyage.
3. equality uncountable noun
Equality is a situation or state where all the members of a society or group have the same status, rights, and opportunities.
4. parallel countable noun
If something has a parallel, or if there are parallels between two or more things, they are similar to each other in some way.
It's an ecological disaster with no parallel anywhere else in the world.
He drew parallels between the UK election last year and the US election of 1996.
5. resemblance variable noun
If there is a resemblance between two people or things, they are similar to each other.
There was a clear resemblance between him and Peter.
6. similarity variable noun
If there is a similarity between two or more things, they share some features that are the same.
...the astonishing similarity between my brother and my son.
She is also 25 and comes from Birmingham, but the similarity between them ends there.
7. symmetry variable noun
Something that has symmetry is symmetrical in shape, design, or structure.
...the incredible beauty and symmetry of a snowflake.
8. uniformity uncountable noun
...the dull uniformity of the architecture.
2. mn/samanata, samAnatA, samaanataa, samānatā, smanata, smAnatA, smaanataa, smānatā, samanta, samAntA, samaantaa, samāntā, smanta, smAntA, smaantaa, smāntā/
likeness singular noun
If one thing has a likeness to another, it is similar to it.
He was called Stan because of his likeness to the comedian, Stanley Laurel.
There's a likeness between their features, but their eyes aren't similar.
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Translation of समानता from the Collins Hindi to English Dictionary