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Alter vs Impact - What's the difference?

alter | impact |


As an adjective alter

is .

As a noun impact is

the striking of one body against another; collision.

As a verb impact is

to compress; to compact; to press or pack together.

Alter vs Choice - What's the difference?

alter | choice |


As adjectives the difference between alter and choice

is that alter is while choice is especially good or preferred.

As a noun choice is

an option; a decision; an opportunity to choose or select something.

Emend vs Alter - What's the difference?

emend | alter |


As a verb emend

is to correct and revise (text or a text ).

As an adjective alter is

.

Adjustment vs Alter - What's the difference?

adjustment | alter |


As a noun adjustment

is a small change; a minor correction; a modification.

As an adjective alter is

.

Alter vs Disguise - What's the difference?

alter | disguise |


As an adjective alter

is .

As a noun disguise is

attire (eg clothing, makeup) used to hide one's identity or assume another.

As a verb disguise is

to change the appearance of (a person or thing) so as to hide, or to assume an identity.

Alter vs Difference - What's the difference?

alter | difference |


As an adjective alter

is .

As a noun difference is

difference.

Utter vs Alter - What's the difference?

utter | alter |


As adjectives the difference between utter and alter

is that utter is while alter is .

As a verb utter

is to say.

As an adverb utter

is (label) further out; further away, outside.

Alter vs Prothesis - What's the difference?

alter | prothesis |


As an adjective alter

is .

As a noun prothesis is

(linguistics) the prepending of phonemes at the beginning of a word without changing its morphological structure, as in (nother), from (other) (“a whole nother thing”), or spanish esfera from latin or prothesis can be a type of preparatory ceremony, part of the divine liturgy of the eastern orthodox church.

Supplant vs Alter - What's the difference?

supplant | alter |


As a verb supplant

is to take the place of; to replace, to supersede.

As an adjective alter is

.

Alter vs Remake - What's the difference?

alter | remake |


As an adjective alter

is .

As a noun remake is

remake (of a film ).

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