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Abbate vs Ablate - What's the difference?

abbate | ablate |


As a noun abbate

is .

As a verb ablate is

.

Ablate vs Ablare - What's the difference?

ablate | ablare |


As a verb ablate

is .

As an adjective ablare is

in a blaring manner.

Ablate vs Ablated - What's the difference?

ablate | ablated |


As verbs the difference between ablate and ablated

is that ablate is while ablated is (ablate).

Aulate vs Ablate - What's the difference?

aulate | ablate |


As an adjective aulate

is (rare|biology|of a coral) having an aulos (annular wall) between one's axial and periaxial regions.

As a verb ablate is

.

Ablaze vs Ablate - What's the difference?

ablaze | ablate |


As an adjective ablaze

is burning fiercely; in a blaze; on fire .

As an adverb ablaze

is on fire; in a blaze, gleaming .

As a verb ablate is

.

Abate vs Ablate - What's the difference?

abate | ablate |


As a noun abate

is .

As a verb ablate is

.

Ablative vs Ablate - What's the difference?

ablative | ablate | Related terms |

Ablative is a related term of ablate.


As a adjective ablative

is (grammar) applied to one of the cases of the noun in some languages, the fundamental meaning of the case being removal, separation, or taking away, and to a lesser degree, instrument, place, accordance, specifications, price, or measurement .

As a noun ablative

is (grammar) the ablative case .

As a verb ablate is

to remove or decrease something by cutting, erosion, melting, evaporation, or vaporization
.

Ablation vs Ablate - What's the difference?

ablation | ablate | Related terms |

Ablation is a related term of ablate.


As a noun ablation

is (obsolete) a carrying or taking away; removal .

As a verb ablate is

to remove or decrease something by cutting, erosion, melting, evaporation, or vaporization .

Ablator vs Ablate - What's the difference?

ablator | ablate |

Ablator is a derived term of ablate.


As a noun ablator

is a material that ablates, vaporizes, wears away, burns off, erodes, or abrades .

As a verb ablate is

to remove or decrease something by cutting, erosion, melting, evaporation, or vaporization .

Undergo vs Ablate - What's the difference?

undergo | ablate |


As verbs the difference between undergo and ablate

is that undergo is (obsolete) to go or move under or beneath while ablate is to remove or decrease something by cutting, erosion, melting, evaporation, or vaporization .

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