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juxtapose (verb), juxtaposes; juxtaposed; juxtaposing
1. To place side by side, especially for comparison, information, or contrast: The thesaurus was juxtaposed with the dictionary.
2. To place two or more things together; especially, in order to suggest a link between them or to emphasize the contrast between them: To help the customers understand the emphasis of his sales theme, the bookseller juxtaposed the titles of the books in the window display.
To place side by side.
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juxtaposed (adjective), more juxtaposed, most juxtaposed
Placed side by side; usually, for comparison or contrast: The juxtaposed pictures revealed the contrasts in their thematic compositions.
Word Entries at Get Words: “juxtaposed
To put side by side in order to compare, to contrast, or to supply more information. (1)