candidate

Candidate vs Tentative - What's the difference?

candidate | tentative |


As nouns the difference between candidate and tentative

is that candidate is a person who is running in an election or who is applying to a position for a job while tentative is a trial; an experiment.

As an adjective tentative is

of or pertaining to a trial or trials; essaying; experimental.

Participate vs Candidate - What's the difference?

participate | candidate |


As a verb participate

is to join in, to take part, to involve oneself ((in) something).

As an adjective participate

is (obsolete) acting in common; participating.

As a noun candidate is

a person who is running in an election or who is applying to a position for a job.

Suitor vs Candidate - What's the difference?

suitor | candidate |


As nouns the difference between suitor and candidate

is that suitor is (legal) a party to a suit or litigation while candidate is a person who is running in an election or who is applying to a position for a job.

As a verb suitor

is to play the suitor; to woo; to make love.

Candidate vs Applicants - What's the difference?

candidate | applicants |


As nouns the difference between candidate and applicants

is that candidate is a person who is running in an election or who is applying to a position for a job while applicants is .

Jobseeker vs Candidate - What's the difference?

jobseeker | candidate |


As nouns the difference between jobseeker and candidate

is that jobseeker is a person seeking employment while candidate is a person who is running in an election or who is applying to a position for a job.

Delegate vs Candidate - What's the difference?

delegate | candidate |


As nouns the difference between delegate and candidate

is that delegate is a person authorized to act as representative for another; a deputy while candidate is a person who is running in an election or who is applying to a position for a job.

As a verb delegate

is to authorize someone to be a delegate.

Candidate vs Official - What's the difference?

candidate | official |


As nouns the difference between candidate and official

is that candidate is a person who is running in an election or who is applying to a position for a job while official is an office holder invested with powers and authorities.

As an adjective official is

of or pertaining to an office or public trust.

Candidate vs President - What's the difference?

candidate | president |


As nouns the difference between candidate and president

is that candidate is a person who is running in an election or who is applying to a position for a job while president is an honorific for the head of state of a republic; see president (definition 1).

Candidate vs Rookie - What's the difference?

candidate | rookie |


As nouns the difference between candidate and rookie

is that candidate is a person who is running in an election or who is applying to a position for a job while rookie is an inexperienced recruit, especially in the police or armed forces.

As an adjective rookie is

non-professional; amateur.

Candidate vs Applier - What's the difference?

candidate | applier |


As nouns the difference between candidate and applier

is that candidate is a person who is running in an election or who is applying to a position for a job while applier is a person who, or device that applies something.

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