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Chief vs Cher - What's the difference?

chief | cher |


As nouns the difference between chief and cher

is that chief is (senseid)a leader or head of a group of people, organisation, etc while cher is stag.

As an adjective chief

is primary; principal.

Whole vs Chief - What's the difference?

whole | chief | Related terms |

Whole is a related term of chief.


As adjectives the difference between whole and chief

is that whole is entire while chief is primary; principal.

As nouns the difference between whole and chief

is that whole is something complete, without any parts missing while chief is (senseid)a leader or head of a group of people, organisation, etc.

As an adverb whole

is (colloquial) in entirety; entirely; wholly.

Consul vs Chief - What's the difference?

consul | chief |


As nouns the difference between consul and chief

is that consul is consul while chief is (senseid)a leader or head of a group of people, organisation, etc.

As an adjective chief is

primary; principal.

President vs Chief - What's the difference?

president | chief |


As nouns the difference between president and chief

is that president is an honorific for the head of state of a republic; see president (definition 1) while chief is (senseid)a leader or head of a group of people, organisation, etc.

As an adjective chief is

primary; principal.

Chief vs Supreme - What's the difference?

chief | supreme |


As a noun chief

is (senseid)a leader or head of a group of people, organisation, etc.

As an adjective chief

is primary; principal.

As a proper noun supreme is

the supreme being; the almighty; god.

Chief vs Peculiar - What's the difference?

chief | peculiar | Related terms |

Chief is a related term of peculiar.


As nouns the difference between chief and peculiar

is that chief is (senseid)a leader or head of a group of people, organisation, etc while peculiar is that which is peculiar; a sole or exclusive property; a prerogative; a characteristic.

As adjectives the difference between chief and peculiar

is that chief is primary; principal while peculiar is out of the ordinary; odd; curious; unusual.

Tsar vs Chief - What's the difference?

tsar | chief |


As nouns the difference between tsar and chief

is that tsar is (historical) an emperor of russia (before 1917) and of some south slavic kingdoms while chief is (senseid)a leader or head of a group of people, organisation, etc.

As an adjective chief is

primary; principal.

Chief vs Especial - What's the difference?

chief | especial | Synonyms |

Chief is a synonym of especial.


As adjectives the difference between chief and especial

is that chief is primary; principal while especial is of exceptional importance or significance.

As a noun chief

is (senseid)a leader or head of a group of people, organisation, etc.

Chief vs Prevailing - What's the difference?

chief | prevailing | Related terms |

Chief is a related term of prevailing.


As adjectives the difference between chief and prevailing

is that chief is primary; principal while prevailing is predominant; of greatest force.

As a noun chief

is (senseid)a leader or head of a group of people, organisation, etc.

As a verb prevailing is

.

Chief vs Great - What's the difference?

chief | great | Synonyms |

Chief is a synonym of great.


As a noun chief

is (senseid)a leader or head of a group of people, organisation, etc.

As an adjective chief

is primary; principal.

As a verb great is

.

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