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21 Dec 2018

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What is the difference between compared to and compared with?
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I read in a book there is a slight difference between them. According to it, you usually use "to" when you are stressing similarities; you usually use "with" when you are pointing out differences. But I sometimes see "to" used when pointing out differences. Are "to" and "with" interchangeable?
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