Betekenis van:

Zelfstandig naamwoord
  • gelijkenis
  • the quality of being similar



Zelfstandig naamwoord
    • a Gestalt principle of organization holding that (other things being equal) parts of a stimulus field that are similar to each other tend to be perceived as belonging together as a unit




    1. What makes the classics both intriguing and fascinating is that they're near enough that we can feel the similarity and they're distant enough that we have to do some work to bridge the gap.
    2. the grounds for claiming essential similarity,
    3. Similarity of the investment to share capital
    4. Germany disputes its similarity with share capital.
    5. The similarity of instruments is established as follows:
    6. However, Germany disputes this similarity to share capital.
    7. structural similarity to a substance(s) for which there is good evidence of carcinogenicity;
    8. Both countries would qualify because of similarity of development level and production volumes.
    9. Use of colours, icons, sounds, labels (to optimise a balance between similarity and differentiation);
    10. the degree of physical similarity between the relevant products and/or services,
    11. use of colours, icons, sounds, labels (to optimise a balance between similarity and differentiation),
    12. The protection should apply also in cases of similarity between the mark and the sign and the goods or services.
    13. critical mass, with regard to the size and the number of programmes involved and the similarity of activities they cover,
    14. Moreover, where an investment involves a large volume of assets, this suggests a similarity with share capital.
    15. An interpretation should be given of the concept of similarity in relation to the likelihood of confusion.