Definitions for juxtaposeˈdʒʌk stəˌpoʊz, ˌdʒʌk stəˈpoʊz

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Random House Webster's College Dictionary

jux•ta•poseˈdʒʌk stəˌpoʊz, ˌdʒʌk stəˈpoʊz(v.t.)-posed, -pos•ing.

  1. to place close together or side by side, esp. for comparison or contrast.

Origin of juxtapose:

1850–55; back formation from juxtaposition

Princeton's WordNet

  1. juxtapose(verb)

    place side by side

    "The fauvists juxtaposed strong colors"


  1. juxtapose(Verb)

    To place side by side, especially for contrast or comparison.

  2. Origin: From juxtaposer, corresponding to juxta- + pose, derived from iuxta + pono.

Webster Dictionary

  1. Juxtapose(verb)

    to place in juxtaposition


  1. Juxtapose

    Juxtapose is the fifth album by Tricky, in collaboration with DJ Muggs and Grease. Two tracks with DJ Muggs find their way to the only single "For Real" and the Japanese release. Martina Topley-Bird does not appear on the album; instead Kioka Williams provides the majority of the female vocals on the album and the following tours. The album also features a British emcee named Mad Dog on two tracks.

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