on (a) par with


1. equal to someone or something






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the new book is on a par with his/her best work

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To be 'on a par with' something means to be equal or comparable to something or someone in terms of quality or performance. 

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  1. The sequel was good, but it wasn't on a par with the first movie.
  2. His performance in that show was on a par with any professional I have ever seen.

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  1. My wages since my promotion are only on a par with what I was getting before, but I have much more in the way of bonuses.
  2. Despite being relatively new, the quality of Anne's work was on par with senior figures within the company. I think she will go straight to the top.

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