contain

Keep vs Contain - What's the difference?

keep | contain | Related terms |

Keep is a related term of contain.


As verbs the difference between keep and contain

is that keep is to continue in (a course or mode of action); not to intermit or fall from; to maintain while contain is (lb) to hold inside.

As a noun keep

is (obsolete) care, notice.

Related vs Contain - What's the difference?

related | contain |


As verbs the difference between related and contain

is that related is (relate) while contain is (lb) to hold inside.

As an adjective related

is standing in relation or connection.

Contain vs Containing - What's the difference?

contain | containing |


As verbs the difference between contain and containing

is that contain is (lb) to hold inside while containing is .

As a noun containing is

(in the plural) contents.

Blanket vs Contain - What's the difference?

blanket | contain | Related terms |

Blanket is a related term of contain.


As verbs the difference between blanket and contain

is that blanket is to cover with, or as if with, a blanket while contain is (lb) to hold inside.

As a noun blanket

is a heavy, loosely woven fabric, usually large and woollen, used for warmth while sleeping or resting.

As an adjective blanket

is in general; covering or encompassing everything.

Encase vs Contain - What's the difference?

encase | contain | Related terms |

Encase is a related term of contain.


As verbs the difference between encase and contain

is that encase is to enclose, as in a case while contain is (lb) to hold inside.

Shelter vs Contain - What's the difference?

shelter | contain | Related terms |

Shelter is a related term of contain.


As verbs the difference between shelter and contain

is that shelter is to provide cover from damage or harassment; to shield; to protect while contain is (lb) to hold inside.

As a noun shelter

is a refuge, haven or other cover or protection from something.

Sheathe vs Contain - What's the difference?

sheathe | contain | Related terms |

Sheathe is a related term of contain.


As verbs the difference between sheathe and contain

is that sheathe is to put something, such as a knife, into a sheath while contain is (lb) to hold inside.

Shroud vs Contain - What's the difference?

shroud | contain | Related terms |

Shroud is a related term of contain.


As verbs the difference between shroud and contain

is that shroud is to cover with a shroud while contain is (lb) to hold inside.

As a noun shroud

is that which clothes, covers, conceals, or protects; a garment.

Envelop vs Contain - What's the difference?

envelop | contain | Synonyms |

Envelop is a synonym of contain.


As verbs the difference between envelop and contain

is that envelop is to surround or enclose while contain is (lb) to hold inside.

Cloak vs Contain - What's the difference?

cloak | contain | Related terms |

Cloak is a related term of contain.


As verbs the difference between cloak and contain

is that cloak is to cover as with a cloak while contain is (lb) to hold inside.

As a noun cloak

is a long outer garment worn over the shoulders covering the back; a cape, often with a hood.

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