adj ~ (to/with sb/sth) able or suitable to be compared 可比较的; 适合相比的
*The achievements of an athlete and a writer are not comparable. 运动员的成就与作家的成就不能相提并论.
* His work is comparable with the very best. 他的工作可与最优秀的相比.
similar to something else in size, number, quality etc, so that you can make a comparison
, comparison comparison A car of comparable size would cost far more abroad.comparable figures/data/results comparable figures for the same period of time last yearcomparable with/to The planet Pluto is comparable in size to the moon.
being equally important, good, bad etc These two artists just aren't comparable.comparable with/to His poetry is hardly comparable with Shakespeare's.>comparability
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1. The comparable speed from the Moon is only 1.5 miles per second. 而从月球出发的相应速度史是每秒1.5英里。
2. The company said that 3.6 million people had visited the park from April 12 to July 22, a performance superior to that of comparable start-up periods at other Disney theme parks. 公司说从4月12日至6月22日期间，有360万游客入园，这比其他迪斯尼主题公园开放初期的情况要强。
3. He was well educated, well built, good-looking, in every way comparable to Humboldt. 受过良好的教育，长得结实而又英俊，从哪一方面看都比得上洪堡。
4. Other cities have comparable projects. 其它城市也有类似计划。
5. One expert believes the situation could be comparable to what occurred in the 16th century, when Europeans puzzled over how to classify the unfamiliar inhabitants of the Americas, and endlessly debated whether or not they were humans. 有位专家相信，这一情形类似于16世纪时的一种情况，当时的欧洲人对如何对美洲的陌生居民进行归类感到困惑，并无休止地争论他们究竟是不是人类。