Polish English Dictionary

język polski - English

porównywać in English:

1. compare compare

In this paper, I compare the folklores of Germany and Holland.
compare prices
If the other person does mention his family, then it is perfectly OK to ask about the ages of the children, and if you have children, to compare educational and cultural differences in raising children.
You cannot compare the strength of a man to that of a tiger, but nevertheless, the tiger is still the inferior creature.
When people are being put into a hypnotic state for the first time I often, after placing them in a very light hypnotic state, wake them and ask them to compare their wakening state to that when hypnotised.
Though it is true that every normal human being is able to use language, it is misleading to compare this with his ability to eat, sleep, or walk.
Compare unidirectional mass media such as radio and television with bidirectional ones such as correspondence and the Internet.
My grandfather, who collected baseball cards as a kid, used to compare batting averages between players. He started a lot of arguments with his friends that way.
They compared the new car with the old one / Tom's problems are nothing compared to Mary's
I haven't seen the movie so I can't compare the two
individual schools compared their facilities with those of others in the area
Before going to another country it is always good to read some books which compare and contrast cultural differences
It's easy to compare Spanish and Italian grammar.
Me and my brother often compare our English language skills
I'm sure yours doesn't quite compare mine.

English word "porównywać"(compare) occurs in sets:

At the florist - basic vocabulary
growing up/growing old cae (i nie tylko)
Tyler Oakley - My first time
Słownictwo angielskie z książki New Inspiration 3 ...
500 najważniejszych czasowników angielskich 400 - 425