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1‘a sound quality equivalent to that of CDs’
similar, parallel, analogous, comparable, corresponding, correspondent, interchangeable
like, commensurate with, the same as, synonymous with, much the same as
amounting, tantamount, approximate, near, close
of a kind, of a piece
1‘the campaign was backed by Denmark's equivalent of the Daily Mirror’
counterpart, parallel, alternative, match, complement, analogue, double, twin, opposite number
equal, peer, rival
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