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comparativo (feminine singular comparativa, masculine plural comparativi, feminine plural comparative)

  1. comparative

NounEdit

comparativo m (plural comparativi)

  1. (grammar) comparative (construct showing a relative degree)

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comparativo m (feminine singular comparativa, masculine plural comparativos, feminine plural comparativas, sometimes comparable)

  1. (comparable) Of or relating to comparison; comparative.
  2. (comparable) Approximated by comparison; comparative; relative.
  3. (not comparable, grammar) Showing a relative quality; comparative.

NounEdit

comparativo m (plural comparativos)

  1. comparative

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SpanishEdit

AdjectiveEdit

comparativo (feminine singular comparativa, masculine plural comparativos, feminine plural comparativas)

  1. comparative

NounEdit

comparativo m (plural comparativos)

  1. comparative

Related termsEdit