The Word is:”same”


adjective: same

1. identical; not different.
“she was saying the same thing over and over”
synonyms: the identical, the very same, selfsame, one and the same, the very

“it turned out that we were staying at the same hotel”

antonyms: another, different

  • not having changed; unchanged.
    “he’s worked at the same place for quite a few years”
  • used to emphasize that one is referring to a particular, unique person or thing.
    “people will always notice if you wear the same shirt two days running”
  • referring to a person or thing just mentioned.
    “that same year I went to Boston”
    synonyms: selfsame, aforesaid, aforementioned
    “the Allied landings took place that same month”
    antonyms: another
  • 2. of an identical type; exactly similar.
    “they all wore the same clothes”

    synonyms: matching, identical, alike, duplicate, carbon-copy, twin, paired, coupled, double,
    indistinguishable, interchangeable, corresponding, equivalent, parallel, (all) of a piece, like, like (two) peas in a pod, comparable, similar, correlative, congruent, tallying, agreeing, concordant, consonant
    “all three patients had the same symptoms”

  • unchanging, unchanged, changeless, unvarying, unvaried, invariable, constant, consistent, uniform, regular
    “international hotels tend to provide the same menu worldwide”
    antonyms: different, dissimilar, varying
  • pronoun
    pronoun: same

    1. the same thing as something previously mentioned.
    “I’ll resign and encourage everyone else to do the same”

    synonyms: the same thing, the aforementioned, the aforesaid, the above-mentioned
    “Louise would have said the same”
  • (chiefly in formal or legal use) the person or thing just mentioned.
    “put the tailboard up and secure same with a length of wire”
  • 2. people or things that are identical or share the same characteristics.
    “there are several brands and they’re not all the same”

    adverb: same

    1. similarly; in the same way.
    “treating women the same as men”

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