# Is in contrast to or with?

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## Is in contrast to or with?

When we say contrast with, CONTRAST is behaving as a verb. Example: He likes to contrast his checkered jacket with plain pants or his checkered jacket contrasts with his plain pants. But when we say in contrast to, it is behaving as a noun.

## What is another way to say in contrast?

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## How do you use in contrast?

We can use in contrast to or, less commonly, in contrast with to contrast two noun phrases: In contrast to most of the city’s museums, the art museum is modern, bright and has a friendly atmosphere. The white roses looked lovely in contrast with the red ones. By contrast is less common than in contrast.

## Should I say in contrast or by contrast?

In contrast and by contrast mean the same thing: the act of comparing in order to show differences. The difference lies in the way the words are used. In contrast is usually followed by to or with and requires a noun to follow it. By contrast is usually followed or preceded by the subject of the sentence.

## How is in contrast used in a sentence?

In contrast to her sister, she is very tall. In contrast with her sister, she is very tall. 7. The company lost $13 million this year, in contrast with a profit of$15 million last year.

## What is it contrast with?

To highlight the differences between two people or things. A noun or pronoun can be used between contrast and with. Now contrast Joe’s unenthusiastic reaction with Sally’s unbridled glee over the news. 2. To be obviously or clearly different from someone or something else.

## Is in contrast with synonym?

Synonyms of in contrast (to)

• as opposed to,
• compared to.
• (or compared with),
• contrasted (to)
• (or contrasted (with)),
• in comparison (to)
• (or in comparison (with))

## Do you say contrasts from or contrasts to?

You say by contrast or in contrast, or in contrast to something, to show that you are mentioning a very different situation from the one you have just mentioned.