await

Standby vs Await - What's the difference?

standby | await |


As nouns the difference between standby and await

is that standby is state of readiness without being immediately involved while await is (label) a waiting for; ambush.

As verbs the difference between standby and await

is that standby is while await is (formal) to wait for.

Await vs Follow - What's the difference?

await | follow |


In lang=en terms the difference between await and follow

is that await is to wait; to stay in waiting while follow is to walk in, as a road or course; to attend upon closely, as a profession or calling.

As verbs the difference between await and follow

is that await is (formal) to wait for while follow is to go after; to pursue; to move behind in the same path or direction.

As a noun await

is (label) a waiting for; ambush.

Reserve vs Await - What's the difference?

reserve | await |


As an adjective reserve

is reserved.

As a verb await is

(formal) to wait for.

As a noun await is

(label) a waiting for; ambush.

Await vs Pend - What's the difference?

await | pend |


In lang=en terms the difference between await and pend

is that await is to wait; to stay in waiting while pend is to consider pending; to delay or postpone (something).

As verbs the difference between await and pend

is that await is (formal) to wait for while pend is (obsolete) to hang down or pend can be (obsolete|transitive) to pen; to confine or pend can be to consider pending; to delay or postpone (something).

As nouns the difference between await and pend

is that await is (label) a waiting for; ambush while pend is (scotland) an archway; especially, a vaulted passageway leading through a tenement-style building from the main street, giving access to the rear of the building or an internal courtyard or pend can be (india) oil cake.

Await vs Wair - What's the difference?

await | wair |


As verbs the difference between await and wair

is that await is (formal) to wait for while wair is (scotland|obsolete) to spend or wair can be (were).

As nouns the difference between await and wair

is that await is (label) a waiting for; ambush while wair is a plank 6 feet long and 1 foot across.

Await vs Ahead - What's the difference?

await | ahead |


As a verb await

is (formal) to wait for.

As a noun await

is (label) a waiting for; ambush.

As an adverb ahead is

in or to the front; in advance; onward.

Await vs Then - What's the difference?

await | then |


As nouns the difference between await and then

is that await is (label) a waiting for; ambush while then is that time.

As a verb await

is (formal) to wait for.

As an adverb then is

(label) at that time.

As an adjective then is

being so at that time.

As a conjunction then is

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Tarry vs Await - What's the difference?

tarry | await | Synonyms |

Tarry is a synonym of await.


In lang=en terms the difference between tarry and await

is that tarry is to wait for; to stay or stop for; to allow to linger while await is to wait; to stay in waiting.

As verbs the difference between tarry and await

is that tarry is to delay; to be late or tardy in beginning or doing anything while await is (formal) to wait for.

As nouns the difference between tarry and await

is that tarry is a sojourn while await is (label) a waiting for; ambush.

As an adjective tarry

is resembling tar.

Abide vs Await - What's the difference?

abide | await | Related terms |

Abide is a related term of await.


As verbs the difference between abide and await

is that abide is while await is (formal) to wait for.

As a noun await is

(label) a waiting for; ambush.

Look vs Await - What's the difference?

look | await | Related terms |

Look is a related term of await.


As a proper noun look

is or look can be .

As a verb await is

(formal) to wait for.

As a noun await is

(label) a waiting for; ambush.

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