Juxtapose

• (v. t.) To place in juxtaposition.
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juxtapose

verb place side by side; `The fauvists juxtaposed strong colors`
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Juxtapose

Jux`ta·pose' transitive verb [ Confer Juxtaposit , Pose .] To place in juxtaposition. Huxley.
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Juxtapose

In composition, to place two objects close together or side by side for comparison or contrast. Often helpful in showing scale in an image
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Juxtapose

In composition, to place two objects close together or side by side for comparison or contrast. Often helpful in showing scale in an image.
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juxtapose

juxtapose, juxtaposing 1. To place side by side, especially for comparison or contrast; or in juxtaposition; often followed by with: 'The book 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.
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juxtapose

place side by side
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juxtapose

[v] - place side by side
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