contrast collocations and examples

 UK /kənˈtrɑːst/

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be different from something


Adverbs frequently used with contrast
very much: dramatically, greatly, markedly, sharply, starkly, strikingly, strongly, vividlyThe actors’ lives contrast starkly with their on-screen images.in a pleasant or interesting way: beautifully, interestingly, nicely, perfectly, wonderfullyThese materials contrast beautifully with the grain and colour of the wood.in a way that is good/bad: favourably, unfavourablyThe situation contrasts very favourably with the total lack of initiatives for women and work when the other party was in power.
 
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