abridge

Abridge vs Decline - What's the difference?

abridge | decline |


As verbs the difference between abridge and decline

is that abridge is (archaic) to deprive; to cut off while decline is .

As an adjective decline is

declined.

Abridge vs Augment - What's the difference?

abridge | augment |


In lang=en terms the difference between abridge and augment

is that abridge is to curtail while augment is to increase; to make larger or supplement.

As verbs the difference between abridge and augment

is that abridge is (archaic) to deprive; to cut off
while augment is to increase; to make larger or supplement.

As a noun augment is

(grammar) in some indo-european languages, a prefix e-'' (''a- in sanskrit) indicating a past tense of a verb.

Abridge vs Delete - What's the difference?

abridge | delete |


As a verb abridge

is (archaic) to deprive; to cut off .

As a noun delete is

a key that may be pressed to delete something (including text or files) from a computer.

Abridge vs Censor - What's the difference?

abridge | censor |


In lang=en terms the difference between abridge and censor

is that abridge is to curtail while censor is to remove objectionable content.

As verbs the difference between abridge and censor

is that abridge is (archaic) to deprive; to cut off
while censor is to review in order to remove objectionable content from correspondence or public media, either by legal criteria or with discretionary powers.

As a noun censor is

(history) a roman magistrate, originally a census administrator, by classical times a high judge of public behavior and morality.

Badgered vs Abridge - What's the difference?

badgered | abridge |


As verbs the difference between badgered and abridge

is that badgered is (badger) while abridge is (archaic) to deprive; to cut off .

Concentrate vs Abridge - What's the difference?

concentrate | abridge | Related terms |

Concentrate is a related term of abridge.


As verbs the difference between concentrate and abridge

is that concentrate is while abridge is (archaic) to deprive; to cut off .

Abridge vs Mitigated - What's the difference?

abridge | mitigated |


As verbs the difference between abridge and mitigated

is that abridge is (archaic) to deprive; to cut off while mitigated is (mitigate).

As an adjective mitigated is

lessened, reduced, diminished.

Abridge vs Lunatic - What's the difference?

abridge | lunatic |


As a verb abridge

is (archaic) to deprive; to cut off .

As a noun lunatic is

an insane person.

As an adjective lunatic is

crazed, mad, insane, demented.

Limit vs Abridge - What's the difference?

limit | abridge | Related terms |

Limit is a related term of abridge.


As a noun limit

is limit (restriction).

As a verb abridge is

(archaic) to deprive; to cut off .

Rob vs Abridge - What's the difference?

rob | abridge | Related terms |

Rob is a related term of abridge.


As verbs the difference between rob and abridge

is that rob is while abridge is (archaic) to deprive; to cut off .

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