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Ablate vs Abrade - What's the difference?

ablate | abrade |


As verbs the difference between ablate and abrade

is that ablate is while abrade is to rub or wear off; erode or abrade can be .

Abrogate vs Ablate - What's the difference?

abrogate | ablate |


As verbs the difference between abrogate and ablate

is that abrogate is to annul by an authoritative act; to abolish by the authority of the maker or her or his successor; to repeal; — applied to the repeal of laws, decrees, ordinances, the abolition of customs, etc while ablate is .

As an adjective abrogate

is (archaic) abrogated; abolished
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Detrition vs Ablate - What's the difference?

detrition | ablate |


As a noun detrition

is attrition; erosion by friction.

As a verb ablate is

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Anneal vs Ablate - What's the difference?

anneal | ablate |


As verbs the difference between anneal and ablate

is that anneal is (metallurgy) to subject to great heat, and then cool slowly for the purpose of rendering less brittle; to temper; to toughen while ablate is .

Ablate - What does it mean?

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Wikidiffcom vs Ablate - What's the difference?

wikidiffcom | ablate |


As a verb ablate is

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Ablate vs Alate - What's the difference?

ablate | alate |


As a verb ablate

is .

As an adjective alate is

(entomology|botany) having winglike extensions or parts; winged.

As a noun alate is

a winged, reproductive form of several social insects.

As an adverb alate is

(archaic) recently; lately; of late.

Blate vs Ablate - What's the difference?

blate | ablate |


As an adjective blate

is (scotland|northern england) bashful, sheepish.

As a verb ablate is

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Ablate vs Ablute - What's the difference?

ablate | ablute |


As verbs the difference between ablate and ablute

is that ablate is while ablute is (colloquial) to wash oneself .

Oblate vs Ablate - What's the difference?

oblate | ablate |


As a noun oblate

is (roman catholic church) a person dedicated to a life of religion or monasticism, especially a member of an order without religious vows or a lay member of a religious community.

As an adjective oblate

is flattened or depressed at the poles.

As a verb ablate is

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