consummate

Perpetrate vs Consummate - What's the difference?

perpetrate | consummate |


In lang=en terms the difference between perpetrate and consummate

is that perpetrate is to be guilty of, or responsible for a crime etc; to commit while consummate is to become perfected, receive the finishing touch.

As verbs the difference between perpetrate and consummate

is that perpetrate is to be guilty of, or responsible for a crime etc; to commit while consummate is to bring (a task, project, goal etc) to completion; to accomplish.

As an adjective consummate is

complete in every detail, perfect, absolute.

Consummate vs Improve - What's the difference?

consummate | improve |


As verbs the difference between consummate and improve

is that consummate is to bring (a task, project, goal etc) to completion; to accomplish while improve is (lb) to make (something) better; to increase the value or productivity (of something).

As an adjective consummate

is complete in every detail, perfect, absolute.

Consummate vs Egregious - What's the difference?

consummate | egregious |


As adjectives the difference between consummate and egregious

is that consummate is complete in every detail, perfect, absolute while egregious is exceptional, conspicuous, outstanding, most usually in a negative fashion.

As a verb consummate

is to bring (a task, project, goal etc) to completion; to accomplish.

Consummate vs Subterfuge - What's the difference?

consummate | subterfuge |


As an adjective consummate

is complete in every detail, perfect, absolute.

As a verb consummate

is to bring (a task, project, goal etc) to completion; to accomplish.

As a noun subterfuge is

(countable) an indirect or deceptive device or stratagem; a blind refers especially to war and politics.

Consumption vs Consummate - What's the difference?

consumption | consummate |


As a noun consumption

is the act of consuming something.

As an adjective consummate is

complete in every detail, perfect, absolute.

As a verb consummate is

to bring (a task, project, goal etc) to completion; to accomplish.

Culminate vs Consummate - What's the difference?

culminate | consummate |


In lang=en terms the difference between culminate and consummate

is that culminate is to finalize, bring to a conclusion, form the climax of while consummate is to become perfected, receive the finishing touch.

As verbs the difference between culminate and consummate

is that culminate is (astronomy) of a heavenly body, to be at the highest point, reach its greatest altitude while consummate is to bring (a task, project, goal etc) to completion; to accomplish.

As an adjective consummate is

complete in every detail, perfect, absolute.

Consummate vs Consummate - What's the difference?

consummate | consummate |


In lang=en terms the difference between consummate and consummate

is that consummate is to become perfected, receive the finishing touch while consummate is to become perfected, receive the finishing touch.

As adjectives the difference between consummate and consummate

is that consummate is complete in every detail, perfect, absolute while consummate is complete in every detail, perfect, absolute.

As verbs the difference between consummate and consummate

is that consummate is to bring (a task, project, goal etc) to completion; to accomplish while consummate is to bring (a task, project, goal etc) to completion; to accomplish.

Consummate vs Deft - What's the difference?

consummate | deft |


As adjectives the difference between consummate and deft

is that consummate is complete in every detail, perfect, absolute while deft is quick and neat in action; skillful.

As a verb consummate

is to bring (a task, project, goal etc) to completion; to accomplish.

Consummate vs Quintessential - What's the difference?

consummate | quintessential |


As adjectives the difference between consummate and quintessential

is that consummate is complete in every detail, perfect, absolute while quintessential is of the nature of a quintessence (in all senses); ultimate.

As a verb consummate

is to bring (a task, project, goal etc) to completion; to accomplish.

Outright vs Consummate - What's the difference?

outright | consummate |


As adjectives the difference between outright and consummate

is that outright is unqualified and unreserved while consummate is complete in every detail, perfect, absolute.

As verbs the difference between outright and consummate

is that outright is (sports) to release a player , without conditions while consummate is to bring (a task, project, goal etc) to completion; to accomplish.

As an adverb outright

is wholly, completely and entirely.

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