counterpart

All Noun
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  • It has a similar design and software features to its high-end counterpart.
  • The top left character in this image has no known modern Chinese counterpart.
  • First, students in small schools performed equal to or better than their larger school counterparts.
  • Although they still will have a small amount of active counterpart to get the job done.
  • The two cities have since named roads after their counterpart sister city.
  • Most of these horses have real-life counterparts, but real names are not used.
  • However, there is no hard evidence that the character had a real-life counterpart.
  • However, there is no hard evidence that the character had a real-life counterpart.
  • Each team plays in their own stadium rendered after its real-life counterpart.
  • I will accept nothing which all cannot have their counterpart of on the same terms.
  • It is closer to true center field than its right-center counterpart is.
  • Like its counterpart, a player piano can be played by hand as well.
  • Many older members of government were to be retired and replaced by their younger counterparts.
  • German soldiers were now on average six years older than their Allied counterparts.
  • Listed below are some of the main differences between four characters and their real-life counterparts.
  • Positions in touch football are far less formal than its more organized counterpart.
  • They have many of the same skills as their counterpart in the construction industry.
  • As their human counterparts are linked mind-to-mind and heart-to-heart.
  • Some aspects of the characters are known to be true to their real-life counterparts.
  • Most of these were much smaller than their royal counterparts.
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Meaning of counterpart

  • noun A person or thing having the same function or characteristics as another
  • noun A duplicate copy