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bosun

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Is the following part correct?

What word has the same meaning as( or with?) A?

What word has a( or the?) similar meaning as( or with?) A?

I think A and B have a similar meaning.

I think in meaning, A and B imply the same.
 

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What word has the same meaning as( or with?) A?
as
What word has a( or the?) similar meaning as( or with?) A?
a similar meaning to
I think A and B have a similar meaning.

I think in meaning, A and B imply the same.
The last two are OK, but I would say, "I think A and B imply the same thing" for the second.
 

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:down:* 'The same ... as'. (I'm sure you'll find many counterexamples on the Internet; so what:-? ;-) A: So it's a common mistake.)

Your third sentence is OK; your fourth is pleonastic.

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PS *This was addressed to the OP, of course.
 
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