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definition: having resemblance or likeness.
example: Joan and Joanna are similar names.
example: The houses are quite similar to each other, but they’re painted different colors.
example: The two songs are similar in style.
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Collocations: Words frequently used in combination with the adjective “similar”
similar + PREPOSITION: ~ to (e.g., French is more similar to Italian than to German; The results of the second study were similar to those of the first), ~ in (e.g., The novels are similar in style; The cells are similar in shape and size; The characters are similar in that they both feel angry and isolated.)