authorise

Authorise vs Mandate - What's the difference?

authorise | mandate |


As verbs the difference between authorise and mandate

is that authorise is while mandate is .

Comprehend vs Authorise - What's the difference?

comprehend | authorise |


As verbs the difference between comprehend and authorise

is that comprehend is while authorise is .

Assign vs Authorise - What's the difference?

assign | authorise |


As verbs the difference between assign and authorise

is that assign is (lb) to designate or set apart something for some purpose while authorise is .

As a noun assign

is an assignee.

Entrust vs Authorise - What's the difference?

entrust | authorise |


As verbs the difference between entrust and authorise

is that entrust is to trust to the care of while authorise is .

Authorise vs Verify - What's the difference?

authorise | verify |


As verbs the difference between authorise and verify

is that authorise is while verify is to substantiate or prove the truth of something.

Endorse vs Authorise - What's the difference?

endorse | authorise |


As verbs the difference between endorse and authorise

is that endorse is to support, to back, to give one's approval to, especially officially or by signature while authorise is .

As a noun endorse

is (heraldiccharge) a diminutive of the pale, usually appearing in pairs on either side of a pale.

Authorise vs Authority - What's the difference?

authorise | authority |


As a verb authorise

is .

As a noun authority is

(label) the power to enforce rules or give orders.

Author vs Authorise - What's the difference?

author | authorise |


As verbs the difference between author and authorise

is that author is (chiefly|us) to create a work as its while authorise is .

As a noun author

is the originator or creator of a work, especially of a literary composition.

Authorise vs Acknowledge - What's the difference?

authorise | acknowledge |


As verbs the difference between authorise and acknowledge

is that authorise is while acknowledge is to admit the knowledge of; to recognize as a fact or truth; to declare one's belief in; as, to acknowledge the being of a god.

Authorise - What does it mean?

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