concourse

Concourse vs Lobby - What's the difference?

concourse | lobby |


As nouns the difference between concourse and lobby

is that concourse is a large open space in or in front of a building where people can gather, particularly one joining various paths, as in a rail station or airport terminal while lobby is lobby (class or group of people who try to lobby or influence public officials; collectively, lobbyists).

Concourse vs Meeting - What's the difference?

concourse | meeting | Related terms |

Concourse is a related term of meeting.


As nouns the difference between concourse and meeting

is that concourse is a large open space in or in front of a building where people can gather, particularly one joining various paths, as in a rail station or airport terminal while meeting is (uncountable) the action of the verb to meet .

As a verb meeting is

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Concourse vs Discourse - What's the difference?

concourse | discourse |


In obsolete|lang=en terms the difference between concourse and discourse

is that concourse is (obsolete) concurrence; cooperation while discourse is (obsolete) dealing; transaction.

As nouns the difference between concourse and discourse

is that concourse is a large open space in or in front of a building where people can gather, particularly one joining various paths, as in a rail station or airport terminal while discourse is (uncountable|archaic) verbal exchange, conversation.

As a verb discourse is

to engage in discussion or conversation; to converse.

Company vs Concourse - What's the difference?

company | concourse | Related terms |

Company is a related term of concourse.


As nouns the difference between company and concourse

is that company is a team; a group of people who work together professionally while concourse is a large open space in or in front of a building where people can gather, particularly one joining various paths, as in a rail station or airport terminal.

As a verb company

is (archaic|transitive) to accompany, keep company with.

Assemblage vs Concourse - What's the difference?

assemblage | concourse | Synonyms |

Assemblage is a synonym of concourse.


As nouns the difference between assemblage and concourse

is that assemblage is a collection of things which have been gathered together or assembled while concourse is a large open space in or in front of a building where people can gather, particularly one joining various paths, as in a rail station or airport terminal.

Group vs Concourse - What's the difference?

group | concourse | Related terms |

Group is a related term of concourse.


As nouns the difference between group and concourse

is that group is a number of things or persons being in some relation to one another while concourse is a large open space in or in front of a building where people can gather, particularly one joining various paths, as in a rail station or airport terminal.

As a verb group

is to put together to form a group.

Wikidiffcom vs Concourse - What's the difference?

wikidiffcom | concourse |


As a noun concourse is

a large open space in or in front of a building where people can gather, particularly one joining various paths, as in a rail station or airport terminal.

Concourse vs Gathering - What's the difference?

concourse | gathering | Related terms |

Concourse is a related term of gathering.


As nouns the difference between concourse and gathering

is that concourse is a large open space in or in front of a building where people can gather, particularly one joining various paths, as in a rail station or airport terminal while gathering is a meeting or get-together; a party or social function.

As a verb gathering is

present continuous of gather; collecting or bringing together.

Concourse vs Recourse - What's the difference?

concourse | recourse |


In obsolete|lang=en terms the difference between concourse and recourse

is that concourse is (obsolete) concurrence; cooperation while recourse is (obsolete) to have recourse; to resort.

As nouns the difference between concourse and recourse

is that concourse is a large open space in or in front of a building where people can gather, particularly one joining various paths, as in a rail station or airport terminal while recourse is the act of seeking assistance or advice.

As a verb recourse is

(obsolete) to return; to recur.

Concourse vs Recource - What's the difference?

concourse | recource |

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