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Hi guys

Atlas is the strongest man in the world.

Is it correct to rephrase the sentence as follows?

Altas is stronger than any man in the world.
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Hi

stronger than any other man in the world

"Is it correct to rephrase the sentence as follows?" IMO, yes.
Yoong LiatHi guys

Atlas is the strongest man in the world.

Is it correct to rephrase the sentence as follows?

Altas is stronger than any man in the world.

Hi,

Although the grammar of both sentences is correct, the meaning is not exactly equal. One is comparative while the other is imperative. I believe the imperative is more to the point.

Sometimes, we need to work with the context to determine the proper phrasing. It’s not rather one can replace the other.
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Hi

Atlas is the strongest man in the world.

Is it correct to rephrase the sentence as follows?

Altas is stronger than any man in the world.

Hi

stronger than any other man in the world

"Is it correct to rephrase the sentence as follows?" IMO, yes.

Do you mean that the sentence can be rephrased either as Altas is stronger than any man in the world.
OR Altas is stronger than any other man in the world.
Atlas was a man.
Therefore, I would say: any other man
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Hi guys,

I have two non-grammatical reactions to this.

First, I know about Atlas, but who's this guy Altas?

Second, Atlas wasn't a man. He was a Titan.

Best wishes, Clive