like-for-like

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like-for-like (comparable)

  1. Pertaining to an action which replaces one thing with another of the same type.
    The soccer coach made a like-for-like substitution, replacing the injured defender with another defensive player.
  2. (of sales) comparable to the same period in a previous year, at outlets that existed at that period

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