ţʵ

counterpart noun

ADJ. direct the difficulty of translating terms with no direct counterpart in the other language | modern the modern counterparts of those medieval writers | female, male Women soldiers will join their male counterparts at the army base. | older, younger | domestic, foreign | rural, urban | northern, southern, etc. | British, French, etc.

VERB + COUNTERPART have British environmentalists have their counterparts in Europe.