added

Traded vs Added - What's the difference?

traded | added |


As verbs the difference between traded and added

is that traded is (trade) while added is (add).

Addition vs Added - What's the difference?

addition | added |


As a noun addition

is addition.

As a verb added is

(add).

Postscript vs Added - What's the difference?

postscript | added |


As verbs the difference between postscript and added

is that postscript is to extend (a letter or another document) with additional remarks while added is (add).

As a noun postscript

is (countable) an addendum to a letter, added after the author’s signature.

Joined vs Added - What's the difference?

joined | added |


As verbs the difference between joined and added

is that joined is (join) while added is (add).

Tied vs Added - What's the difference?

tied | added |


As a pronoun tied

is yours (that which belongs to you - singular).

As a verb added is

(add).

Attached vs Added - What's the difference?

attached | added |


As verbs the difference between attached and added

is that attached is (attach) while added is (add).

As an adjective attached

is in a romantic or sexual relationship.

Total vs Added - What's the difference?

total | added |


As verbs the difference between total and added

is that total is to add up; to calculate the sum of while added is (add).

As a noun total

is an amount obtained by the addition of smaller amounts.

As an adjective total

is entire; relating to the whole of something.

Promulgated vs Added - What's the difference?

promulgated | added |


As verbs the difference between promulgated and added

is that promulgated is (promulgate) while added is (add).

Added vs Adding - What's the difference?

added | adding |


As verbs the difference between added and adding

is that added is (add) while adding is .

Integrated vs Added - What's the difference?

integrated | added |


As verbs the difference between integrated and added

is that integrated is (integrate) while added is (add).

As an adjective integrated

is composed and coordinated to form a whole.

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