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Ai vs Ay - What's the difference?

ai | ay |


As a verb ai

is (also imperfect tense in the literary language).

As a noun ay is

academic year.

Device vs Ai - What's the difference?

device | ai |


As a noun device

is any piece of equipment made for a particular purpose, especially a mechanical or electrical one.

As a verb ai is

(also imperfect tense in the literary language).

God vs Ai - What's the difference?

god | ai |


As verbs the difference between god and ai

is that god is while ai is (also imperfect tense in the literary language).

Ai vs Koi - What's the difference?

ai | koi |


As a verb ai

is (also imperfect tense in the literary language).

As a noun koi is

ornamental domesticated varieties of the common carp, cyprinus carpio , of japan and eastern asia with red-gold or white coloring.

Space vs Ai - What's the difference?

space | ai |


As verbs the difference between space and ai

is that space is (obsolete|intransitive) to roam, walk, wander while ai is (also imperfect tense in the literary language).

As a noun space

is (lb) of time .

Ai vs Love - What's the difference?

ai | love |


As a verb ai

is (also imperfect tense in the literary language).

As a noun love is

money.

It vs Ai - What's the difference?

it | ai |


As a symbol it

is the iso 3166-1 two-letter (alpha-2) code for italy.

As a verb ai is

(also imperfect tense in the literary language).

Wish vs Ai - What's the difference?

wish | ai |


As verbs the difference between wish and ai

is that wish is (label) to desire; to want while ai is (also imperfect tense in the literary language).

As a noun wish

is a desire, hope, or longing for something or for something to happen.

Products vs Ai - What's the difference?

products | ai |


As a noun products

is .

As a verb ai is

(also imperfect tense in the literary language).

Ai vs Intelligence - What's the difference?

ai | intelligence |


As a verb ai

is (also imperfect tense in the literary language).

As a noun intelligence is

(uncountable) capacity of mind, especially to understand principles, truths, facts or meanings, acquire knowledge, and apply it to practice; the ability to learn and comprehend.

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