Etymology
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comparable (adj.)

"capable of being compared," early 15c., from Old French comparable, from Latin comparabilis "capable of comparison," from comparare "make equal with, liken, bring together for a contest," from com "with, together" (see com-) + par "equal" (see par (n.)). Related: Comparably; comparability.

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Definitions of comparable

comparable (adj.)
able to be compared or worthy of comparison;
comparable (adj.)
conforming in every respect;
Synonyms: corresponding / like
From wordnet.princeton.edu