coalition

Coalition vs Associate - What's the difference?

coalition | associate |


As nouns the difference between coalition and associate

is that coalition is a temporary group or union of organizations, usually formed for a particular advantage while associate is (slang) an associate's degree.

Coalition vs Recluse - What's the difference?

coalition | recluse |


As nouns the difference between coalition and recluse

is that coalition is a temporary group or union of organizations, usually formed for a particular advantage while recluse is a person who lives in self-imposed isolation or seclusion from the world, especially for religious purposes; a hermit.

As an adjective recluse is

(now rare ) sequestered; secluded, isolated.

As a verb recluse is

(obsolete) to shut; to seclude.

Coalition vs Archer - What's the difference?

coalition | archer |


As a noun coalition

is a temporary group or union of organizations, usually formed for a particular advantage.

As a proper noun archer is

(astrology) sagittarius or archer can be for a bowman.

Community vs Coalition - What's the difference?

community | coalition |


As nouns the difference between community and coalition

is that community is a group sharing a common understanding and often the same language, manners, tradition and law see civilization while coalition is a temporary group or union of organizations, usually formed for a particular advantage.

Organization vs Coalition - What's the difference?

organization | coalition |


As nouns the difference between organization and coalition

is that organization is (uncountable) the quality of being organized while coalition is a temporary group or union of organizations, usually formed for a particular advantage.

Treaty vs Coalition - What's the difference?

treaty | coalition |


As nouns the difference between treaty and coalition

is that treaty is (international law) a binding agreement concluded by subjects of international law, namely states and international organizations while coalition is a temporary group or union of organizations, usually formed for a particular advantage.

Allied vs Coalition - What's the difference?

allied | coalition |


As an adjective allied

is relating to the allies (allied nations during world war one).

As a noun coalition is

a temporary group or union of organizations, usually formed for a particular advantage.

Coalition vs Caucus - What's the difference?

coalition | caucus |


As nouns the difference between coalition and caucus

is that coalition is a temporary group or union of organizations, usually formed for a particular advantage while caucus is (us) a meeting, especially a preliminary meeting, of persons belonging to a party, to nominate candidates for public office, or to select delegates to a nominating convention, or to confer regarding measures of party policy; a political primary meeting.

As a verb caucus is

(us) to meet and participate in caucus.

Fellowship vs Coalition - What's the difference?

fellowship | coalition |


As nouns the difference between fellowship and coalition

is that fellowship is a company of people that share the same interest or aim while coalition is a temporary group or union of organizations, usually formed for a particular advantage.

As a verb fellowship

is to admit to fellowship, enter into fellowship with; to make feel welcome by showing friendship or building a cordial relationship.

Coalition vs Crew - What's the difference?

coalition | crew | Related terms |

Coalition is a related term of crew.


As nouns the difference between coalition and crew

is that coalition is a temporary group or union of organizations, usually formed for a particular advantage while crew is a group of people (often staff) manning and operating a large facility or piece of equipment such as a factory, ship, boat, or airplane or crew can be (british|dialectal) a pen for livestock such as chickens or pigs or crew can be the manx shearwater.

As a verb crew is

to be a member of a vessel's crew or crew can be (british) (crow) to have made the characteristic sound of a rooster.

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