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    compared to vs compared with

    Is there any difference between compared to and compared with?

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    Re: compared to vs compared with

    Your helpful thread title has brought up several Similar Threads below. Read through those and come back to us if you don't get your answer from one or more of them.
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    Re: compared to vs compared with

    The traditional distinction is that we use to when looking at the similarities between the things being compared and with when looking at the differences.

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