[kuh m-par-uh-tist] /kəmˈpær ə tɪst/
a specialist in comparative linguistics or comparative literature.
n. late 15c., from Latin comparationem “a putting together,” hence, “a comparing,” noun of action from comparare (see comparison).
[kuh m-par-uh-tiv] /kəmˈpær ə tɪv/ adjective 1. of or relating to . 2. proceeding by, founded on, or using as a method of study: comparative anatomy. 3. estimated by ; not positive or absolute; relative: a comparative newcomer in politics; to live in comparative luxury. 4. Grammar. being, noting, or pertaining to the intermediate degree […]
- Comparative advantage
noun the ability of an individual or group to carry out an economic activity, such as production, at a lower cost and more efficiently than another entity
noun 1. advertising in which a competing product is identified and compared unfavorably with the advertiser’s product. noun 1. a form of advertising in which a product is compared favourably with similar products on the market