circulate

Circulate vs Dispense - What's the difference?

circulate | dispense | Related terms |

Circulate is a related term of dispense.


As verbs the difference between circulate and dispense

is that circulate is to move in circles or through a circuit while dispense is .

Expand vs Circulate - What's the difference?

expand | circulate | Related terms |

Expand is a related term of circulate.


As verbs the difference between expand and circulate

is that expand is (label) to change (something) from a smaller form and/or size to a larger one while circulate is to move in circles or through a circuit.

Circulate vs Common - What's the difference?

circulate | common |


As verbs the difference between circulate and common

is that circulate is to move in circles or through a circuit while common is (obsolete) to communicate (something).

As an adjective common is

mutual; shared by more than one.

As a noun common is

mutual good, shared by more than one.

Circularize vs Circulate - What's the difference?

circularize | circulate |


As verbs the difference between circularize and circulate

is that circularize is to publicize something by publishing and distributing circulars while circulate is to move in circles or through a circuit.

Cycle vs Circulate - What's the difference?

cycle | circulate |


As verbs the difference between cycle and circulate

is that cycle is to ride a bicycle or other while circulate is to move in circles or through a circuit.

As a noun cycle

is an interval of space or time in which one set of events or phenomena is completed.

Circulate vs Itinerate - What's the difference?

circulate | itinerate |


As verbs the difference between circulate and itinerate

is that circulate is to move in circles or through a circuit while itinerate is to travel from place to place.

Percolate vs Circulate - What's the difference?

percolate | circulate |


In lang=en terms the difference between percolate and circulate

is that percolate is to make (coffee) in a percolator while circulate is to cause (a person or thing) to move in circles or through a circuit.

As verbs the difference between percolate and circulate

is that percolate is to pass a liquid through a porous substance; to filter while circulate is to move in circles or through a circuit.

As a noun percolate

is (rare) a liquid that has been percolated.

Circulate vs Issue - What's the difference?

circulate | issue |


As a verb circulate

is to move in circles or through a circuit.

As a noun issue is

a monacan indian; a member of a mestee group originating in amherst county, virginia.

Circulate vs Revolve - What's the difference?

circulate | revolve |


As verbs the difference between circulate and revolve

is that circulate is to move in circles or through a circuit while revolve is (label) to orbit a central point.

Succour vs Circulate - What's the difference?

succour | circulate |


As verbs the difference between succour and circulate

is that succour is while circulate is to move in circles or through a circuit.

As a noun succour

is or succour can be .

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