Meaning of incomparability in English:


Pronunciation /ɪnkɒmp(ə)rəˈbɪlɪti/


See incomparable

‘Some argue that replacing degree classes by transcripts will have a positive impact upon the current incomparability of degrees from different institutions.’
  • ‘To understand the idea of incomparability, you have to compare it with other ideas.’
  • ‘These cases of incommensurability are one reason for the incomparability of the decision options.’
  • ‘Scholars have long addressed these problems with approaches to reduce incomparability, such as writing more concrete questions - but with uneven success.’
  • ‘One of the main topics in the field of theology and apologetics is the issue of similar and incomparable theologies and the classification of religions into similarity and incomparability.’