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Common vs Goal - What's the difference?

common | goal |


As nouns the difference between common and goal

is that common is mutual good, shared by more than one while goal is gaul.

As an adjective common

is mutual; shared by more than one.

As a verb common

is (obsolete) to communicate (something).

As a proper noun goal is

britain.

Common vs Rumor - What's the difference?

common | rumor |


As nouns the difference between common and rumor

is that common is mutual good, shared by more than one while rumor is (us|countable) a statement or claim of questionable accuracy, from no known reliable source, usually spread by word of mouth.

As verbs the difference between common and rumor

is that common is (obsolete) to communicate (something) while rumor is (transitive|usually|used in the passive voice) to tell a rumor about; to gossip.

As an adjective common

is mutual; shared by more than one.

Ordinal vs Common - What's the difference?

ordinal | common |


As adjectives the difference between ordinal and common

is that ordinal is of a number, indicating position in a sequence while common is mutual; shared by more than one.

As nouns the difference between ordinal and common

is that ordinal is an ordinal number such as first, second and third while common is mutual good, shared by more than one.

As a verb common is

(obsolete) to communicate (something).

Capitalism vs Common - What's the difference?

capitalism | common |


As nouns the difference between capitalism and common

is that capitalism is (politics|uncountable) a socio-economic system based on private property rights, including the private ownership of resources or capital, with economic decisions made largely through the operation of a market unregulated by the state while common is mutual good, shared by more than one.

As an adjective common is

mutual; shared by more than one.

As a verb common is

(obsolete) to communicate (something).

Common vs Sameness - What's the difference?

common | sameness |


As nouns the difference between common and sameness

is that common is mutual good, shared by more than one while sameness is the quality of being the same; identity.

As an adjective common

is mutual; shared by more than one.

As a verb common

is (obsolete) to communicate (something).

Prevalence vs Common - What's the difference?

prevalence | common |


As nouns the difference between prevalence and common

is that prevalence is prevalence while common is mutual good, shared by more than one.

As an adjective common is

mutual; shared by more than one.

As a verb common is

(obsolete) to communicate (something).

Common vs Close - What's the difference?

common | close |


In obsolete|lang=en terms the difference between common and close

is that common is (obsolete) to board together; to eat at a table in common while close is (obsolete) out of the way of observation; secluded; secret; hidden.

As adjectives the difference between common and close

is that common is mutual; shared by more than one while close is closed, shut.

As nouns the difference between common and close

is that common is mutual good, shared by more than one while close is an end or conclusion or close can be an enclosed field.

As verbs the difference between common and close

is that common is (obsolete) to communicate (something) while close is (label) to remove a gap.

Untraditional vs Common - What's the difference?

untraditional | common |


As adjectives the difference between untraditional and common

is that untraditional is not traditional, or departing from tradition while common is mutual; shared by more than one.

As a noun common is

mutual good, shared by more than one.

As a verb common is

(obsolete) to communicate (something).

Obscure vs Common - What's the difference?

obscure | common |


As adjectives the difference between obscure and common

is that obscure is dark, faint or indistinct while common is mutual; shared by more than one.

As verbs the difference between obscure and common

is that obscure is (label) to render obscure; to darken; to make dim; to keep in the dark; to hide; to make less visible, intelligible, legible, glorious, beautiful, or illustrious while common is (obsolete) to communicate (something).

As a noun common is

mutual good, shared by more than one.

S vs Common - What's the difference?

s | common |


As a letter s

is the letter s with a.

As an adjective common is

mutual; shared by more than one.

As a noun common is

mutual good, shared by more than one.

As a verb common is

(obsolete) to communicate (something).

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