busted

Burst vs Busted - What's the difference?

burst | busted |


As verbs the difference between burst and busted

is that burst is to break from internal pressure while busted is (bust).

As a noun burst

is an instance of, or the act of bursting .

As an adjective busted is

(often used in combination with an adjective) having a certain type of bust or busted can be (slang) broke; having no money.

Busted vs Bastes - What's the difference?

busted | bastes |


As an adjective busted

is (often used in combination with an adjective) having a certain type of bust or busted can be (slang) broke; having no money.

As a verb busted

is (bust).

As a noun bastes is

.

Busted vs Fail - What's the difference?

busted | fail |


As an adjective busted

is (often used in combination with an adjective) having a certain type of bust or busted can be (slang) broke; having no money.

As a verb busted

is (bust).

As a noun fail is

.

Wasted vs Busted - What's the difference?

wasted | busted |


In slang|lang=en terms the difference between wasted and busted

is that wasted is (slang) very drunk or stoned while busted is (slang) broken.

As adjectives the difference between wasted and busted

is that wasted is not profitably used while busted is (often used in combination with an adjective) having a certain type of bust or busted can be (slang) broke; having no money.

As verbs the difference between wasted and busted

is that wasted is (waste) while busted is (bust).

Busted vs Screwed - What's the difference?

busted | screwed |


In slang|lang=en terms the difference between busted and screwed

is that busted is (slang) broken while screwed is (slang) beset with unfortunate circumstances that seem difficult or impossible to overcome; in imminent danger.

As adjectives the difference between busted and screwed

is that busted is (often used in combination with an adjective) having a certain type of bust or busted can be (slang) broke; having no money while screwed is (slang) beset with unfortunate circumstances that seem difficult or impossible to overcome; in imminent danger.

As verbs the difference between busted and screwed

is that busted is (bust) while screwed is (screw).

Busted - What does it mean?

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Busted vs Catch - What's the difference?

busted | catch |


As verbs the difference between busted and catch

is that busted is (bust) while catch is (lb) to capture, overtake .

As an adjective busted

is (often used in combination with an adjective) having a certain type of bust or busted can be (slang) broke; having no money.

As a noun catch is

(countable) the act of seizing or capturing (jump).

Busted vs Bosted - What's the difference?

busted | bosted |


As verbs the difference between busted and bosted

is that busted is (bust) while bosted is (bost).

As an adjective busted

is (often used in combination with an adjective) having a certain type of bust or busted can be (slang) broke; having no money.

Busted vs Musted - What's the difference?

busted | musted |


As verbs the difference between busted and musted

is that busted is (bust) while musted is (must).

As an adjective busted

is (often used in combination with an adjective) having a certain type of bust or busted can be (slang) broke; having no money.

Busted vs Fusted - What's the difference?

busted | fusted |


As adjectives the difference between busted and fusted

is that busted is (often used in combination with an adjective) having a certain type of bust or busted can be (slang) broke; having no money while fusted is (obsolete) mouldy; having a bad smell.

As a verb busted

is (bust).

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