(of two or more lines) having the same distance between each other at every point
exactly corresponding; similar
a parallel line or surface
a person or thing that is closely similar or comparable to another person or thing
(a point of) similarity
a comparison that shows similarity
any of a number of lines on a map drawn parallel to the equator
be equal to (sth); match (sth)
"parallels never meet"
"parallel lines never converge"
"concentric circles are parallel"
"dancers in two parallel rows"
"Their roles are paralleled by ours"
"They paralleled the ditch to the highway"
"The polished surface twinned his face and chest in reverse"
Cut in two, in a direction parallel to the axis.
出自： R. Kirwan
The planes of cleavage were everywhere parallel.
出自： J. Tyndall
A plane parallel to the earth's surface.
An era of such grandeur as even their ancient history had not paralleled.
出自： W. Spalding
A state of things which could not be paralleled in any other country.
出自： John Bright
These tortuous..women are paralleled through..Miss Potter's art.
出自： G. Greene