adjoins

Abut vs Adjoins - What's the difference?

abut | adjoins |


As verbs the difference between abut and adjoins

is that abut is to touch by means of a mutual border, edge or end; to border on; to lie adjacent; to project; to terminate; to be contiguous; to meet, of an estate, country, etc while adjoins is (adjoin).

Adjoints vs Adjoins - What's the difference?

adjoints | adjoins |


As a noun adjoints

is .

As a verb adjoins is

(adjoin).

Adjoins vs Adjoint - What's the difference?

adjoins | adjoint |


As a verb adjoins

is (adjoin).

As an adjective adjoint is

(mathematics) used in several situations with a meaning similar to helping.

As a noun adjoint is

(mathematics) a matrix in which each element is the cofactor of an associated element of another matrix.

Abutting vs Adjoins - What's the difference?

abutting | adjoins |


As verbs the difference between abutting and adjoins

is that abutting is while adjoins is (adjoin).

As an adjective abutting

is that which abuts or serves as an abutment.