Pales in comparison – Idioms by The Free Dictionary

The Portuguese coach admits his record pales in comparison to that of the Celtic boss but he’s adamant he can win a one-off tie and reach the Scottish Cup final on May 27.
In total, users can access more than one million songs, which may seem like a lot, but pales in comparison to Spotify and Apple’s roughly 30 million a piece.
Despite some top-notch production it all sounds rather dated, though, and pales in comparison to early Linkin Park and Limp Bizkit.
One example of the inequity in ranking that this situation can create is in Moscow, which has experienced a staggering rate of construction but whose total square footage pales in comparison to Manhattan’s 340 million s/f.
He said the $1.2 million spent for this year’s tour pales in comparison with the millions the company would spend to advertise on television in two of the nation’s top media markets–New York and Philadelphia.
“But remember this as well: In terms of overall social harm, meth still pales in comparison to the perfectly legal (and very lethal) drug of choice for most Minnesotans, alcohol.”
There is more Elvis Presley music being released this year than I can remember and this pales in comparison to the chance of getting all his number one singles in a box set.
The Joint Center for Political and Economic Studies, a Washington, D.C., think tank, maintains that a history of discrimination is the reason black and Hispanic wealth pales in comparison to that of their white counterparts.
However, just about any expression of conflict among people pales in comparison to that in the animal kingdom.
But all that pales in comparison to the latest celebrity role in a soap.
However, that pales in comparison with the memory lapses displayed by some customers of the Water World complex in Stoke-on-Trent.
Fulford is not surprised by the revival of anti-semitism, but points out that, from a historical perspective, it pales in comparison with government, private sector and “big name” Jew-hatred that abounded 80 years ago.
The number of disk arrays sold by a storage vendor pales in comparison with the large volume of PCs sold each year.
While the United States has the right to be proud of its military capabilities, it is worth noting that the military power of the United States pales in comparison to its economic power.

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