comprise

Comprise vs Accumulate - What's the difference?

comprise | accumulate |


As verbs the difference between comprise and accumulate

is that comprise is to be made up of; to consist of (especially a comprehensive list of parts) while accumulate is to heap up in a mass; to pile up; to collect or bring together; to amass.

As an adjective accumulate is

(poetic|rare) collected; accumulated.

Comprise vs Inflexible - What's the difference?

comprise | inflexible |


As a verb comprise

is to be made up of; to consist of (especially a comprehensive list of parts).

As an adjective inflexible is

not flexible; not capable of bending or being bent; stiff; rigid; firm; unyielding.

Collect vs Comprise - What's the difference?

collect | comprise | Related terms |

Collect is a related term of comprise.


As verbs the difference between collect and comprise

is that collect is to gather together; amass while comprise is to be made up of; to consist of (especially a comprehensive list of parts).

As an adjective collect

is to be paid for by the recipient, as a telephone call or a shipment.

As an adverb collect

is with payment due from the recipient.

As a noun collect

is (christianity) the prayer said before the reading of the epistle lesson, especially one found in a prayerbook, as with the book of common prayer.

Comprise vs Being - What's the difference?

comprise | being |


As verbs the difference between comprise and being

is that comprise is to be made up of; to consist of (especially a comprehensive list of parts) while being is .

As a noun being is

a living creature.

As a conjunction being is

(obsolete) given that; since.

Comprise vs Betoken - What's the difference?

comprise | betoken | Related terms |

Comprise is a related term of betoken.


As verbs the difference between comprise and betoken

is that comprise is to be made up of; to consist of (especially a comprehensive list of parts) while betoken is signify by some visible object; show by signs or tokens.

Comprise vs Signify - What's the difference?

comprise | signify | Related terms |

Comprise is a related term of signify.


As verbs the difference between comprise and signify

is that comprise is to be made up of; to consist of (especially a comprehensive list of parts) while signify is to give (something) a meaning or an importance.

Comprise vs Represent - What's the difference?

comprise | represent |


As verbs the difference between comprise and represent

is that comprise is to be made up of; to consist of (especially a comprehensive list of parts) while represent is to present again or anew; to present by means of something standing in the place of; to exhibit the counterpart or image of; to typify.

Constituent vs Comprise - What's the difference?

constituent | comprise |


As an adjective constituent

is being a part, or component of a whole.

As a noun constituent

is a part, or component of a whole.

As a verb comprise is

to be made up of; to consist of (especially a comprehensive list of parts).

Comprise vs Uncompromisable - What's the difference?

comprise | uncompromisable |


As a verb comprise

is to be made up of; to consist of (especially a comprehensive list of parts).

As an adjective uncompromisable is

not compromisable; that cannot be compromised.

Comprise vs Including - What's the difference?

comprise | including |


As verbs the difference between comprise and including

is that comprise is to be made up of; to consist of (especially a comprehensive list of parts) while including is .

As a preposition including is

such as, among which;.

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