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juxtaposed

[ juhk-stuh-pohzd, juhk-stuh-pohzd ]
/ ˈdʒʌk stəˌpoʊzd, ˌdʒʌk stəˈpoʊzd /
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adjective
placed or appearing close together or side by side, especially with an arresting or surprising effect, or in a way that invites comparison or contrast:The director handles the juxtaposed strands of the movie deftly, interweaving psychological intrigue with smartly observed comedy.
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