"Roknya dibandingkan dengan malam."
Translation:Her skirt was compared to the night.
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Even English native speakers often get confused between "compared with" and "compared to". But "compared WITH" is grammatically incorrect in this context.
"Compared X WITH Y" = X and Y are in the same category (e.g. father and his son).
"Compared X TO Y" = X and Y are dissimilar things (e.g. skirt and night sky).