Example: The number of students enrolling in the Institute of Vocational Education has risen.
Example: There has been an escalating number of people who are willing to donate their organs after their death.
- equivalent (adj.)
Example: 20 US dollars are equivalent to 155 US dollars.
- identical (adj.)
Example: Her dress was identical to Yoona’s.
- tantamount (adj.)
Example: Being addicted to drugs and alcohol is tantamount to giving up yourself.
- synonymous (adj.)
Example: In Hong Kong, having a lot of money is synonymous with success.
- terrific (adj.)
Example: Spencer’s performance in the final exam was terrific.
- fabulous (adj.)
Example: The teacher was impressed by his student’s fabulous work ethic and hard work.
- superb (adj.)
Example: In the past, Cantopop was popular owing to the emergence of superb singers.
- magnificent (adj.)
Example: The tourists were stunned by the magnificent view of Japan.
- negligible (adj.)
Example: The differences between the new and the old version of the textbook are negligible.
- trivial (adj.)Example: Lily is a girl who often cries easily due to trivial matters.
- inconsequential (adj.)
Example: Without any preparation of the discussion topic, what he said during the meeting was inconsequential.