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sim·i·lar

 (sĭm′ə-lər)
adj.
1. Having a resemblance in appearance or nature; alike though not identical.
2. Mathematics Having corresponding angles equal and corresponding line segments proportional. Used of geometric figures: similar triangles.

[French similaire, from Latin similis, like; see sem- in Indo-European roots.]

sim′i·lar·ly adv.
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Adv.1.similarly - in like or similar manner; "He was similarly affected"; "some people have little power to do good, and have likewise little strength to resist evil"- Samuel Johnson

similarly

adverb
1. in the same way, the same, identically, in a similar fashion, uniformly, homogeneously, undistinguishably Most of the men who now gathered round him were similarly dressed.
2. in the same way, likewise, by the same token, correspondingly, in like manner Similarly a baby's cry is instantly identified by the mother.
Translations
بصورَةٍ مُشابِهَه
podobně
simile
slično
hasonlóan
á líkan hátt
podobne
aynıaynı şekilde

similarly

[ˈsɪmɪləlɪ] ADV (= equally) → igualmente; (= in a like manner) → de modo parecido, de manera parecida, de modo or manera similar
and similarly,y del mismo modo, ..., y asimismo, ...

similarly

[ˈsɪmɪrli] adv
(= in the same way) [dress, treat, act] → de la même façon; [appealing] → tout aussi
to be similarly successful → connaître un succès similaire
(as sentence adverb) (= likewise) → de la même façon
similarly, ... → de la même façon, ...

similarly

advähnlich; (= equally)genauso, ebenso; a similarly pained expressionein ähnlich qualvoller Ausdruck; similarly, you could maintain …genauso gut könnten Sie behaupten

similarly

[ˈsɪmɪləlɪ] adv (in a similar way) → allo stesso modo; (as is similar) → così pure
and similarly, ... → e allo stesso modo,...

similar

(ˈsimilə) adjective
(often with to) alike in many (often most) ways. My house is similar to yours; Our jobs are similar.
simiˈlarity (-ˈlӕ-) (plural simiˈlarities) noun
ˈsimilarly adverb
in the same, or a similar, way.
References in classic literature ?
A PERSON with a Wart on His Nose met a Person Similarly Afflicted, and said:
One can also see of two cautious men the one attain his end, the other fail; and similarly, two men by different observances are equally successful, the one being cautious, the other impetuous; all this arises from nothing else than whether or not they conform in their methods to the spirit of the times.
Similarly the differentiae are predicated of the species and of the individuals.
Similarly, you may sometimes find on a mountain-side a large rock poised so delicately that a touch will set it crashing down into the valley, while the rocks all round are so firm that only a considerable force can dislodge them What is analogous in these two cases is the existence of a great store of energy in unstable equilibrium ready to burst into violent motion by the addition of a very slight disturbance.
I propose to treat of Poetry in itself and of its various kinds, noting the essential quality of each; to inquire into the structure of the plot as requisite to a good poem; into the number and nature of the parts of which a poem is composed; and similarly into whatever else falls within the same inquiry.
Hesiod's diction is in the main Homeric, but one of his charms is the use of quaint allusive phrases derived, perhaps, from a pre- Hesiodic peasant poetry: thus the season when Boreas blows is the time when `the Boneless One gnaws his foot by his fireless hearth in his cheerless house'; to cut one's nails is `to sever the withered from the quick upon that which has five branches'; similarly the burglar is the `day-sleeper', and the serpent is the `hairless one'.
If I thus seem to cry out as one hurt, please remember that I have been sorely bruised and that I do dislike the thought that any son or daughter of mine or yours should be similarly bruised.
Having similarly explained his views and his magnanimity to Tutolmin, he dispatched that old man also to Petersburg to negotiate.
They were all similarly at variance in their descriptions of the figures themselves.
Similarly he would have observed these planets throw off one or more rings each, which became the origin of the secondary bodies which we call satellites.
The small number who were similarly adorned, and the great value they appeared to place upon the most common and most trivial articles, furnished ample evidence of the very restricted intercourse they held with vessels touching at the island.
With a wooden stick she tapped upon the bronze disc, lightly, and presently the summons was answered by a slave girl, who entered, smiling, to be greeted similarly by her mistress.