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Abolish vs Above - What's the difference?

abolish | above |


In archaic|lang=en terms the difference between abolish and above

is that abolish is (archaic) to put an end to or destroy, as a physical object; to wipe out while above is (archaic) in addition.

As a verb abolish

is to end a law, system, institution, custom or practice
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As a preposition above is

physically over; on top of; worn on top of, as clothing.

As an adverb above is

directly overhead; vertically on top of.

As an adjective above is

of heaven; heavenly.

As a noun above is

heaven.

Upstair vs Above - What's the difference?

upstair | above |


As adjectives the difference between upstair and above

is that upstair is (dated) upstairs while above is of heaven; heavenly.

As a preposition above is

physically over; on top of; worn on top of, as clothing.

As an adverb above is

directly overhead; vertically on top of.

As a noun above is

heaven.

Surpass vs Above - What's the difference?

surpass | above |


As a verb surpass

is to go beyond, especially in a metaphoric or technical manner; to exceed.

As a preposition above is

physically over; on top of; worn on top of, as clothing.

As an adverb above is

directly overhead; vertically on top of.

As an adjective above is

of heaven; heavenly.

As a noun above is

heaven.

Beneath vs Above - What's the difference?

beneath | above |


As adverbs the difference between beneath and above

is that beneath is below or underneath while above is directly overhead; vertically on top of.

As prepositions the difference between beneath and above

is that beneath is below while above is physically over; on top of; worn on top of, as clothing.

As an adjective above is

of heaven; heavenly.

As a noun above is

heaven.

Above vs More - What's the difference?

above | more |


As nouns the difference between above and more

is that above is heaven while more is tomorrow.

As a preposition above

is physically over; on top of; worn on top of, as clothing.

As an adverb above

is directly overhead; vertically on top of.

As an adjective above

is of heaven; heavenly.

Between vs Above - What's the difference?

between | above |


As prepositions the difference between between and above

is that between is in the position or interval that separates (two things), or intermediate in quantity or degree (see the usage notes below) while above is physically over; on top of; worn on top of, as clothing.

As nouns the difference between between and above

is that between is a kind of needle, shorter than a sharp, with a small rounded eye, used for making fine stitches on heavy fabrics while above is heaven.

As an adverb above is

directly overhead; vertically on top of.

As an adjective above is

of heaven; heavenly.

Above vs Therefore - What's the difference?

above | therefore |


As adverbs the difference between above and therefore

is that above is directly overhead; vertically on top of while therefore is (conjunctive) for that or this purpose, referring to something previously stated.

As a preposition above

is physically over; on top of; worn on top of, as clothing.

As an adjective above

is of heaven; heavenly.

As a noun above

is heaven.

Above vs Overall - What's the difference?

above | overall |


As adverbs the difference between above and overall

is that above is directly overhead; vertically on top of while overall is generally; with everything considered.

As adjectives the difference between above and overall

is that above is of heaven; heavenly while overall is all-encompassing, all around.

As nouns the difference between above and overall

is that above is heaven while overall is (british) a garment worn over other clothing to protect it; a coverall or boiler suit a garment, for manual labor or for casual wear, often made of a single piece of fabric, with long legs and a bib upper, supported from the shoulders with straps, and having several large pockets and loops for carrying tools.

As a preposition above

is physically over; on top of; worn on top of, as clothing.

Above vs Than - What's the difference?

above | than |


As a preposition above

is physically over; on top of; worn on top of, as clothing.

As an adverb above

is directly overhead; vertically on top of.

As an adjective above

is of heaven; heavenly.

As a noun above

is heaven.

As a proper noun than is

the ninth earthly branch represented by the.

In vs Above - What's the difference?

in | above |


As prepositions the difference between in and above

is that in is in, into, within while above is physically over; on top of; worn on top of, as clothing.

As an adverb above is

directly overhead; vertically on top of.

As an adjective above is

of heaven; heavenly.

As a noun above is

heaven.

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