condense

Condense vs Compressed - What's the difference?

condense | compressed |


As verbs the difference between condense and compressed

is that condense is while compressed is (compress).

As adjectives the difference between condense and compressed

is that condense is condensed while compressed is pressed tightly together.

Condense vs Refine - What's the difference?

condense | refine |


As verbs the difference between condense and refine

is that condense is while refine is .

As an adjective condense

is condensed.

Combine vs Condense - What's the difference?

combine | condense | Related terms |

Combine is a related term of condense.


As a proper noun combine

is (colloquial) london underground.

As a verb condense is

.

As an adjective condense is

condensed.

Condense vs Incur - What's the difference?

condense | incur | Related terms |

Condense is a related term of incur.


As verbs the difference between condense and incur

is that condense is while incur is to bring upon oneself or expose oneself to, especially something inconvenient, harmful, or onerous; to become liable or subject to.

As an adjective condense

is condensed.

Comprise vs Condense - What's the difference?

comprise | condense | Related terms |

Comprise is a related term of condense.


As verbs the difference between comprise and condense

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

As an adjective condense is

condensed.

Unite vs Condense - What's the difference?

unite | condense | Related terms |

Unite is a related term of condense.


As a noun unite

is unity.

As a verb condense is

.

As an adjective condense is

condensed.

Cast_up vs Condense - What's the difference?

cast_up | condense | Related terms |

Cast_up is a related term of condense.


As verbs the difference between cast_up and condense

is that cast_up is to wash something onto the shore while condense is .

As an adjective condense is

condensed.

Thick vs Condense - What's the difference?

thick | condense |


As adjectives the difference between thick and condense

is that thick is relatively great in extent from one surface to the opposite in its smallest solid dimension while condense is condensed.

As verbs the difference between thick and condense

is that thick is (archaic|transitive) to thicken while condense is .

As an adverb thick

is in a thick manner.

As a noun thick

is the thickest, or most active or intense, part of something.

Collect vs Condense - What's the difference?

collect | condense | Related terms |

Collect is a related term of condense.


As verbs the difference between collect and condense

is that collect is to gather together; amass while condense is .

As adjectives the difference between collect and condense

is that collect is to be paid for by the recipient, as a telephone call or a shipment while condense is condensed.

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.

Narrow vs Condense - What's the difference?

narrow | condense | Related terms |

Narrow is a related term of condense.


As adjectives the difference between narrow and condense

is that narrow is having a small width; not wide; slim; slender; having opposite edges or sides that are close, especially by comparison to length or depth while condense is condensed.

As verbs the difference between narrow and condense

is that narrow is to reduce in width or extent; to contract while condense is .

As a noun narrow

is (chiefly|in the plural) a narrow passage, especially a contracted part of a stream, lake, or sea; a strait connecting two bodies of water.

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