abate

Repudiate vs Abate - What's the difference?

repudiate | abate |


As a verb repudiate

is to reject the truth or validity of something; to deny.

As a noun abate is

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Abate vs Resolution - What's the difference?

abate | resolution |


As nouns the difference between abate and resolution

is that abate is while resolution is resolution.

Abate vs Extinguish - What's the difference?

abate | extinguish |


As a noun abate

is .

As a verb extinguish is

to put out, as in fire; to end burning; to quench.

Abate vs Cease - What's the difference?

abate | cease |


As a noun abate

is .

As a verb cease is

(formal|intransitive) to stop.

Abate vs Stop - What's the difference?

abate | stop |


As nouns the difference between abate and stop

is that abate is while stop is .

Abate vs Evoke - What's the difference?

abate | evoke |


As a noun abate

is .

As a verb evoke is

to cause the manifestation of something (emotion, picture, etc) in someone's mind or imagination.

Abate vs Abbreviate - What's the difference?

abate | abbreviate |


As nouns the difference between abate and abbreviate

is that abate is while abbreviate is (obsolete) an abridgment .

As a verb abbreviate is

(obsolete|transitive) to shorten by omitting parts or details
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As an adjective abbreviate is

(obsolete) abbreviated; abridged; shortened .

Ratchet vs Abate - What's the difference?

ratchet | abate |


As nouns the difference between ratchet and abate

is that ratchet is a pawl, click or detent for holding or propelling a ratchet wheel, or ratch, etc while abate is .

As a verb ratchet

is to cause to become incremented or decremented.

As an adjective ratchet

is (us|slang) ghetto (unseemly and indecorous).

Abate vs Solve - What's the difference?

abate | solve |


As nouns the difference between abate and solve

is that abate is while solve is (obsolete) a solution; an explanation.

As a verb solve is

to find an answer or solution to a problem or question; to work out.

Obviate vs Abate - What's the difference?

obviate | abate |


As a verb obviate

is to bypass a requirement or make it unnecessary; to avoid a future problem or difficult situation.

As a noun abate is

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