comparable adj.

VERBS be | become

ADV. closely Its brain is closely comparable to the brain of a chimpanzee. | directly, exactly | almost | broadly, roughly | not strictly | not remotely No other country at that time had an organized public opinion remotely comparable to Britain's. | easily, readily

PREP. in The two machines are comparable in size. | to a job comparable to mine | with The earthquake was comparable with others in recent years.