Meaning of SIMILARITY in English

SIMILARITY

noun

ADJECTIVE

▪ close , considerable , great , remarkable , strong

the close ~ in our ages

▪ clear , marked , obvious

▪ eerie , striking , uncanny

▪ significant

▪ certain

▪ basic , fundamental

▪ apparent , perceived , superficial

▪ broad , general

▪ cultural , physical , structural

… OF SIMILARITY

▪ degree

VERB + SIMILARITY

▪ bear , have

The area bears a superficial ~ to Tokyo.

▪ reveal , show

▪ find , note , notice , see , spot

▪ highlight , point out

▪ recognize

▪ share

These theories share certain similarities.

▪ explain

a route across the Pacific which may explain the ~ between the two cultures

SIMILARITY + VERB

▪ exist

▪ end

Here the ~ with Western politics ends.

PREPOSITION

▪ ~ between

▪ ~ in

the striking ~ in their appearance

▪ ~ to

the chimpanzee's ~ to humans

▪ ~ with

The panel shows marked similarities with mosaics found elsewhere.

PHRASES

▪ a point of ~

There are several points of ~ between the two cases.

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