conservate

Protect vs Conservate - What's the difference?

protect | conservate |


As verbs the difference between protect and conservate

is that protect is to keep safe; to defend; to guard; to prevent harm coming to while conservate is (dated|transitive) to conserve.

Conservatee vs Conservate - What's the difference?

conservatee | conservate |


As a noun conservatee

is (legal) a person whom the court has determined requires a conservator to handle that person's estate or affairs.

As a verb conservate is

(dated|transitive) to conserve.

Conservated vs Conservate - What's the difference?

conservated | conservate |


As verbs the difference between conservated and conservate

is that conservated is (conservate) while conservate is (dated|transitive) to conserve.

Conservate vs Preserve - What's the difference?

conservate | preserve |


As verbs the difference between conservate and preserve

is that conservate is (dated|transitive) to conserve while preserve is to protect; to keep from harm or injury.

As a noun preserve is

a sweet spread made of any of a variety of berries.

Conservation vs Conservate - What's the difference?

conservation | conservate |


As a noun conservation

is the act of preserving, guarding, or protecting; the keeping (of a thing) in a safe or entire state; preservation.

As a verb conservate is

(dated|transitive) to conserve.

Conserve vs Conservate - What's the difference?

conserve | conservate |


As verbs the difference between conserve and conservate

is that conserve is to save for later use, sometimes by the use of a preservative while conservate is (dated|transitive) to conserve.

As a noun conserve

is wilderness where human development is prohibited.