the comparison of objects or situations that are dissimilar, especially to show differences
difference between people or things that are compared
sth noticeably different from sth else
compare so that differences are made clear; show a difference when compared
"in contrast to"
"there is a narrow line between sanity and insanity"
"The middle school teacher contrasted her best student's work with that of her weakest student"
"the students contrast considerably in their artistic abilities"
Colour contrasts between brown stock bricks, red brick dressings, and white woodwork.
出自： M. Girouard
Contrasted by contrary motions, the most noble parts foremost in sight.
This colour contrasts well with green.
The Poet's rough life contrasts with his sensitive poetry.
His behaviour contrasts unfavourably with his principles.
他的行为与他的原则相对照,很不相称。 contrast sb/sth with sb/sth
Contrast the copy with the original.
He contrasted his son with the boy next door.
We can contrast this story, set in a large modern city, with other one that tells of life on a lonely farm.
Contrasting the imported goods with the domestic products, you can see the difference.
When the artificial flowers are contrasted with natural ones, you can hardly tell the difference.
When the synthetic fabric is contrasted with the natural one, the difference is very apparent.
Black is a contrast to (with) white.
The flowers contrast with the grass.