area

area | basin |

As nouns the difference between area and basin

is that area is (mathematics) a measure of the extent of a surface; it is measured in square units while basin is a bowl for washing, often affixed to a wall.

area | tract |

As nouns the difference between area and tract

is that area is (mathematics) a measure of the extent of a surface; it is measured in square units while tract is an area or expanse of land.

As a verb tract is

(obsolete) to pursue, follow; to track.

area | room |

As nouns the difference between area and room

is that area is (mathematics) a measure of the extent of a surface; it is measured in square units while room is .

(dialectal|or|obsolete) wide; spacious; roomy.

(dialectal|or|obsolete) far; at a distance; wide in space or extent.

As a verb room is

to reside, especially as a boarder or tenant.

area | island |

As nouns the difference between area and island

is that area is (mathematics) a measure of the extent of a surface; it is measured in square units while island is a contiguous area of land, smaller than a continent, totally surrounded by water.

As a verb island is

to surround with water; make into an island.

area | compass |

As nouns the difference between area and compass

is that area is (mathematics) a measure of the extent of a surface; it is measured in square units while compass is a magnetic or electronic device used to determine the cardinal directions (usually magnetic or true north).

As a verb compass is

to surround; to encircle; to environ; to stretch round.

(obsolete) in a circuit; round about.

area | square |

In context|mathematics|lang=en terms the difference between area and square

is that area is (mathematics) a measure of the extent of a surface; it is measured in square units while square is (mathematics) the second power of a number, value, term or expression.

In context|british|lang=en terms the difference between area and square

is that area is (british) an open space, below ground level, between the front of a house and the pavement while square is (british) the symbol # on a telephone; hash.

In context|soccer|lang=en terms the difference between area and square

is that area is (soccer) penalty box; penalty area while square is (soccer) to make a short low pass sideways across the pitch.

In context|slang|lang=en terms the difference between area and square

is that area is (slang) genitals while square is (slang)  socially conventional; boring.

As nouns the difference between area and square

is that area is (mathematics) a measure of the extent of a surface; it is measured in square units while square is any simple object with four nearly straight and nearly equal sides meeting at nearly right angles.

shaped like a (the polygon).

As a verb square is

to adjust so as to align with or place at a right angle to something else.

area | ground |

As nouns the difference between area and ground

is that area is (mathematics) a measure of the extent of a surface; it is measured in square units while ground is (senseid)(uncountable) the surface of the earth, as opposed to the sky or water or underground.

As a verb ground is

to connect (an electrical conductor or device) to a ground or ground can be (grind).

crushed, or reduced to small particles.

area | map |

In context|mathematics|lang=en terms the difference between area and map

is that area is (mathematics) a measure of the extent of a surface; it is measured in square units while map is (mathematics)   a function.

As nouns the difference between area and map

is that area is (mathematics) a measure of the extent of a surface; it is measured in square units while map is a visual representation of an area, whether real or imaginary.

As a verb map is

to create a visual representation of a territory, etc via cartography.

area | arena |

As nouns the difference between area and arena

is that area is (mathematics) a measure of the extent of a surface; it is measured in square units while arena is an enclosed area, often outdoor, for the presentation of sporting events (sports arena) or other spectacular events; earthen area, often oval, specifically for rodeos (n america) or circular area for bullfights (especially hispanic america).

volume | area |

As nouns the difference between volume and area

is that volume is a unit of three dimensional measure of space that comprises a length, a width and a height it is measured in units of cubic centimeters in metric, cubic inches or cubic feet in english measurement while area is (mathematics) a measure of the extent of a surface; it is measured in square units.