contrast

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 noun: [ˈkɒntræst] [ˈkɒntrɑːst], verb: [kənˈtræst] [kənˈtrɑːst]


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contrast

Most examples are given in US English. We have labeled exceptions as UK.
n
  1. [screen, display] contrast
  2. [high, low] contrast
  3. the contrast is too [high]
  4. [adjust, set, change] the contrast
  5. the contrast of the [photo, screen, TV, image]
  6. [increase, decrease] the contrast
  7. contrast and [brightness, color, sharpness]
  8. give the [painting, drawing] more contrast
  9. in contrast to [what you may think, popular opinion]
  10. (is) in [sharp, complete, total, stark] contrast to
  11. [is, makes, provides] a striking contrast [with, to]
  12. a great contrast in [tastes, opinions, results]
  13. the [weather, service] here is a welcome contrast
n as adj
  1. the contrast [dial, ratio, setting]
v
  1. compare and contrast
  2. contrast the two [theories, approaches, facts]
  3. contrast [one] with [another]
  4. contrast it with [other, another, the]
  5. contrast the differences (between)
  6. our [beliefs] contrasted [drastically, greatly, slightly]
  7. contrasted by [bold colors, leather accents]
  8. [color, blue] contrasts with
  9. contrasts [well, sharply, starkly, nicely]
  10. contrasts [well] with the [walls, sofa, tables]
  11. our [personalities, behaviors] contrast
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