al igual que


al igual que
al igual que
like
* * *
= as with, like, in common with, much as, equalling that, after the fashion of, so too, similar to, much like
Ex. As with author headings, sometimes one heading or title will be both sought and provide collocation, but on other occasions there will be a conflict between soughtness' and collocation.
Ex. Thus PRECIS is an indexing system, which like any such system must be supported by an indexing language.
Ex. In common with many other databases, MEDLARS (MEDical Literature Analysis and Retrieval System) was primarily an offshoot from a printed indexing service.
Ex. More studies are needed to identify the full temporal effects of the personal computer, much as they did for television.
Ex. Interestingly, the Jacquard loom had a resolution of 1000 silk threads to the inch, equalling that of paper.
Ex. Invented around 1850 by two Americans, the platen jobber worked after the fashion of a bivalve shell = Inventada alrededor de 1850 por dos norteamericanos, la máquina de presión plana funcionaba del mismo modo que un bivalvo.
Ex. Quality is important but so too is hard statistical evidence of the library's productivity.
Ex. Similar to economic impact analysis, cost-benefit analysis provides a quantitative presentation of the returns to a community's library investment.
Ex. Cats do not have sweat glands the way humans do, so panting is the way cats cool their bodies down, much like dogs.
* * *
= as with, like, in common with, much as, equalling that, after the fashion of, so too, similar to, much like

Ex: As with author headings, sometimes one heading or title will be both sought and provide collocation, but on other occasions there will be a conflict between soughtness' and collocation.

Ex: Thus PRECIS is an indexing system, which like any such system must be supported by an indexing language.
Ex: In common with many other databases, MEDLARS (MEDical Literature Analysis and Retrieval System) was primarily an offshoot from a printed indexing service.
Ex: More studies are needed to identify the full temporal effects of the personal computer, much as they did for television.
Ex: Interestingly, the Jacquard loom had a resolution of 1000 silk threads to the inch, equalling that of paper.
Ex: Invented around 1850 by two Americans, the platen jobber worked after the fashion of a bivalve shell = Inventada alrededor de 1850 por dos norteamericanos, la máquina de presión plana funcionaba del mismo modo que un bivalvo.
Ex: Quality is important but so too is hard statistical evidence of the library's productivity.
Ex: Similar to economic impact analysis, cost-benefit analysis provides a quantitative presentation of the returns to a community's library investment.
Ex: Cats do not have sweat glands the way humans do, so panting is the way cats cool their bodies down, much like dogs.


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