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Accommodate vs Change - What's the difference?

accommodate | change |


As a verb accommodate

is (transitive|often|reflexive) to render fit, suitable, or correspondent; to adapt; to conform; as, to accommodate ourselves to circumstances.

As an adjective accommodate

is (label) suitable; fit; adapted; as, means accommodate to end.

As a noun change is

(lb) change.

Change vs Disease - What's the difference?

change | disease |


As nouns the difference between change and disease

is that change is (lb) change while disease is (pathology) an abnormal condition of the body or mind that causes discomfort or dysfunction; distinct from injury insofar as the latter is usually instantaneously acquired.

As a verb disease is

(obsolete) to cause unease; to annoy, irritate.

Twang vs Change - What's the difference?

twang | change |


As nouns the difference between twang and change

is that twang is the sound of a vibrating string, eg of a bow, or a musical instrument while change is (lb) change.

As a verb twang

is to produce a sharp vibrating sound, like a tense string pulled and suddenly let go.

Repent vs Change - What's the difference?

repent | change |


As a verb repent

is (label) to feel pain, sorrow, or regret for what one has done or omitted to do; the cause for repenting may be indicated with "of".

As an adjective repent

is (chiefly|botany) creeping along the ground.

As a noun change is

(lb) change.

Manipulated vs Change - What's the difference?

manipulated | change |


As a verb manipulated

is (manipulate).

As a noun change is

(lb) change.

Change vs Adaptable - What's the difference?

change | adaptable |


As a noun change

is (lb) change.

As an adjective adaptable is

capable of adapting or of being adapted.

Change vs Yours - What's the difference?

change | yours |


As a noun change

is (lb) change.

As a pronoun yours is

that which belongs to you (singular); the possessive second-person singular pronoun used without a following noun.

Change vs Appropriate - What's the difference?

change | appropriate | Related terms |

Change is a related term of appropriate.


As a noun change

is (lb) change.

As an adjective appropriate is

(obsolete) set apart for a particular use or person; reserved.

As a verb appropriate is

(archaic) to make suitable; to suit.

Change vs Reestablish - What's the difference?

change | reestablish |


As a noun change

is (lb) change.

As a verb reestablish is

.

Boost vs Change - What's the difference?

boost | change |


As nouns the difference between boost and change

is that boost is a push from behind, as to one who is endeavoring to climb; help while change is (lb) change.

As a verb boost

is to lift or push from behind (one who is endeavoring to climb); to push up; hence, to assist in overcoming obstacles, or in making advancement.

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