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Erstwhile vs Before - What's the difference?

erstwhile | before |


As adverbs the difference between erstwhile and before

is that erstwhile is formerly; in the past while before is at an earlier time.

As an adjective erstwhile

is (literary|legal) former, previous.

As a preposition before is

earlier than (in time).

As a conjunction before is

in advance of the time when.

Heretofore vs Before - What's the difference?

heretofore | before |


As adverbs the difference between heretofore and before

is that heretofore is (formal) prior to now, until now, up to the present time; from the origin to this point while before is at an earlier time.

As a preposition before is

earlier than (in time).

As a conjunction before is

in advance of the time when.

Before vs Above - What's the difference?

before | above |


As prepositions the difference between before and above

is that before is earlier than (in time) while above is physically over; on top of; worn on top of, as clothing.

As adverbs the difference between before and above

is that before is at an earlier time while above is directly overhead; vertically on top of.

As a conjunction before

is in advance of the time when.

As an adjective above is

of heaven; heavenly.

As a noun above is

heaven.

Before vs Preclude - What's the difference?

before | preclude |


As a preposition before

is earlier than (in time).

As an adverb before

is at an earlier time.

As a conjunction before

is in advance of the time when.

As a verb preclude is

remove the possibility of; (l); prevent or exclude; to make (l).

Post vs Before - What's the difference?

post | before |


As a noun post

is post, mail.

As a preposition before is

earlier than (in time).

As an adverb before is

at an earlier time.

As a conjunction before is

in advance of the time when.

Before vs Go - What's the difference?

before | go |


As a preposition before

is earlier than (in time).

As an adverb before

is at an earlier time.

As a conjunction before

is in advance of the time when.

As a noun go is

water.

Before vs Subsequently - What's the difference?

before | subsequently |


As adverbs the difference between before and subsequently

is that before is at an earlier time while subsequently is following, afterwards in either time or place.

As a preposition before

is earlier than (in time).

As a conjunction before

is in advance of the time when.

Afterward vs Before - What's the difference?

afterward | before |


As adverbs the difference between afterward and before

is that afterward is (us) subsequently to some other action while before is at an earlier time.

As a preposition before is

earlier than (in time).

As a conjunction before is

in advance of the time when.

Aside vs Before - What's the difference?

aside | before |


As adverbs the difference between aside and before

is that aside is to or on one side so as to be out of the way while before is at an earlier time.

As a noun aside

is an incidental remark made quietly so as to be heard by the person to whom it is said and not by any others in the vicinity.

As a preposition before is

earlier than (in time).

As a conjunction before is

in advance of the time when.

Before vs So - What's the difference?

before | so |


As a preposition before

is earlier than (in time).

As an adverb before

is at an earlier time.

As a conjunction before

is in advance of the time when.

As a pronoun so is

this;.

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