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Confer vs Authorised - What's the difference?

confer | authorised |


As verbs the difference between confer and authorised

is that confer is (obsolete|intransitive) to compare while authorised is (authorise).

As an adjective authorised is

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Conferred vs Authorised - What's the difference?

conferred | authorised |


As verbs the difference between conferred and authorised

is that conferred is (confer) while authorised is (authorise).

As an adjective authorised is

.

Sanction vs Authorised - What's the difference?

sanction | authorised |


As verbs the difference between sanction and authorised

is that sanction is to ratify; to make valid while authorised is (authorise).

As a noun sanction

is an approval, by an authority, generally one that makes something valid.

As an adjective authorised is

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Authorised vs Designated - What's the difference?

authorised | designated |


As adjectives the difference between authorised and designated

is that authorised is while designated is having a specified designation.

As verbs the difference between authorised and designated

is that authorised is (authorise) while designated is (designate).

Authorised vs Eligible - What's the difference?

authorised | eligible | Related terms |

Authorised is a related term of eligible.


As adjectives the difference between authorised and eligible

is that authorised is while eligible is eligible.

As a verb authorised

is (authorise).

Authorised vs Passed - What's the difference?

authorised | passed |


As adjectives the difference between authorised and passed

is that authorised is while passed is that has passed beyond a certain point (chiefly in set collocations).

As verbs the difference between authorised and passed

is that authorised is (authorise) while passed is (pass).

Author vs Authorised - What's the difference?

author | authorised |


As verbs the difference between author and authorised

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

As a noun author

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

As an adjective authorised is

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Authorised vs Empowered - What's the difference?

authorised | empowered |


As adjectives the difference between authorised and empowered

is that authorised is while empowered is (us) having been given the power to make choices relevant to one's situation.

As verbs the difference between authorised and empowered

is that authorised is (authorise) while empowered is (empower).

Admissible vs Authorised - What's the difference?

admissible | authorised | Related terms |

Admissible is a related term of authorised.


As adjectives the difference between admissible and authorised

is that admissible is capable or deserving to be admitted, accepted or allowed; allowable, permissible, acceptable while authorised is .

As a verb authorised is

(authorise).

Authorised vs Relative - What's the difference?

authorised | relative |


As adjectives the difference between authorised and relative

is that authorised is while relative is connected to or depending on something else; comparative.

As a verb authorised

is (authorise).

As a noun relative is

someone in the same family; someone connected by blood, marriage, or adoption.

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