English to Kyrgyz Meaning of similar - окшош

Similar :

окшош, сыяктуу, тиешелүү, ошондой, копиясын алуу, бирдей, бири-бирине төп, форма, ушундай, Бул сыяктуу, барабар, ушуларга, жагымдуу, урматтуу, менчигинин түрүнө карабастан, тууроо, параллелдик, бир, толук, өзгөрүлгүс, кийинки, ырааты менен, үнсүз тыбыш, айтып, баары бир, таза

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Definitions of similar in English
Adjective(1) marked by correspondence or resemblance(2) having the same or similar characteristics(3) resembling or similar; having the same or some of the same characteristics; often used in combination(4) (of words(5) capable of replacing or changing places with something else; permitting mutual substitution without loss of function or suitability
Examples of similar in English
(1) And the government will also aim to save a similar figure over the previous two years.(2) similar triangles(3) In a recent study of this mutant, results very similar to those of Smith et al. were obtained.(4) he and his father are similar in personality(5) This is because when it's canned, these fats are reduced to levels similar to white fish.(6) gardening tools and other such similar products(7) in a similar situation(8) we're all of a similar age(9) When the ratio is 1 then the similar triangles become congruent triangles (same shape and size).(10) it was similar to being drunk(11) Obviously, this was a sterner test but the essence of golf required was very similar to those courses.(12) This wide sweeping course is one of the newest on the circuit, and is very similar to Las Vegas and Michigan.(13) For example, both wings of a bird must be very similar in size and shape if it is to be able to fly satisfactorily.(14) You will note that this list is very similar to the likely 18 centres that Turkey would need to win.(15) the two situations are similar(16) people with similar problems
Related Phrases of similar
(1) similar to ::
(2) very similar ::
абдан окшош
(3) something similar ::
сыяктуу бир нерсе
(4) in a similar way ::
ушундай жол менен
(5) similar tastes ::
окшош табити
(6) similar things ::
сыяктуу нерселер
(7) be similar ::
окшош болот
(8) be similar to ::
окшош болот
(9) similar to this ::
бул сыяктуу
1. alike ::
2. comparable ::
3. interchangeable ::
бири бирин алмаштыруучулук
4. like ::
1. different ::
2. dissimilar ::
3. diverse ::
ар түрдүү
4. unlike ::
Different Forms
similar, similarities, similarity, similarly
Word Example from TV Shows
Anu and I come
from similar backgrounds,

Anu and I come from SIMILAR backgrounds,

The Big Bang Theory Season 12, Episode 3

Very similar to C-4, British origin,\Nand that the connexion is perfect.

Very SIMILAR to C-4, British origin,
and that the connexion is perfect.

Money Heist Season 1, Episode 11

not from the jihad or anything similar.

not from the jihad or anything SIMILAR.

Money Heist Season 1, Episode 4

By any standard,
Amy is more similar to me...

By any standard, Amy is more SIMILAR to me...

The Big Bang Theory Season 4, Episode 3

So far, hunting seems
very similar to riding, my lord.

So far, hunting seems very SIMILAR to riding, my lord.

Game of Thrones Season 2, Episode 7

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