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Definition of counterpart noun from the Oxford Advanced Learner's Dictionary

 

counterpart

 noun
noun
BrE BrE//ˈkaʊntəpɑːt//
 
; NAmE NAmE//ˈkaʊntərpɑːrt//
 
 
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a person or thing that has the same position or function as somebody/something else in a different place or situation The Foreign Minister held talks with his Chinese counterpart. The women's shoe, like its male counterpart, is specifically designed for the serious tennis player. compare your opposite numberExtra examples European environmentalists have their counterparts in the US. The actress who played the Queen looked uncannily like her real-life counterpart. The president met his French counterpart. Women soldiers will join their male counterparts at the army base. corporations that trade with their counterparts in other countries the difficulty of translating terms with no direct counterpart in the other language the modern counterparts of those medieval writers The women’s shoe, like its male counterpart, is specifically designed for the serious tennis player.
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