contest

Contest vs Opponent - What's the difference?

contest | opponent |


As nouns the difference between contest and opponent

is that contest is (uncountable) controversy; debate while opponent is an individual or group who is a rival of another.

As a verb contest

is to contend.

As an adjective opponent is

situated in front; opposite; hence, opposing; adverse; antagonistic.

Contest vs Trial - What's the difference?

contest | trial |


As nouns the difference between contest and trial

is that contest is (uncountable) controversy; debate while trial is an opportunity to test something out; a test.

As verbs the difference between contest and trial

is that contest is to contend while trial is to carry out a series of tests on (a new product, procedure etc) before marketing or implementing it.

As an adjective trial is

pertaining to a trial or test or trial can be characterized by having three (usually equivalent) components.

Contest vs Bet - What's the difference?

contest | bet |


As a noun contest

is (uncountable) controversy; debate.

As a verb contest

is to contend.

As a proper noun bet is

a diminutive of elizabeth.

Tender vs Contest - What's the difference?

tender | contest |


As nouns the difference between tender and contest

is that tender is (label) (l) (fuel-carrying railroad car) while contest is (uncountable) controversy; debate.

As a verb contest is

to contend.

Cope vs Contest - What's the difference?

cope | contest |


As verbs the difference between cope and contest

is that cope is while contest is to contend.

As a noun contest is

(uncountable) controversy; debate.

Rivalries vs Contest - What's the difference?

rivalries | contest |


As nouns the difference between rivalries and contest

is that rivalries is while contest is (uncountable) controversy; debate.

As a verb contest is

to contend.

Squabble vs Contest - What's the difference?

squabble | contest | Related terms |

Squabble is a related term of contest.


In lang=en terms the difference between squabble and contest

is that squabble is to participate in a minor fight or argument while contest is to strive earnestly to hold or maintain; to struggle to defend.

As nouns the difference between squabble and contest

is that squabble is a minor fight or argument as between children, for example while contest is (uncountable) controversy; debate.

As verbs the difference between squabble and contest

is that squabble is to participate in a minor fight or argument while contest is to contend.

Contact vs Contest - What's the difference?

contact | contest |


In lang=en terms the difference between contact and contest

is that contact is to establish communication with something or someone while contest is to strive earnestly to hold or maintain; to struggle to defend.

As nouns the difference between contact and contest

is that contact is the act of touching physically; being in close association while contest is (uncountable) controversy; debate.

As verbs the difference between contact and contest

is that contact is to touch; to come into physical contact with while contest is to contend.

Vie vs Contest - What's the difference?

vie | contest | Related terms |

Vie is a related term of contest.


In lang=en terms the difference between vie and contest

is that vie is to do or produce in emulation, competition, or rivalry; to put in competition; to bandy while contest is to strive earnestly to hold or maintain; to struggle to defend.

As verbs the difference between vie and contest

is that vie is to rival; to struggle for superiority; to contend; to compete eagerly so as to gain something while contest is to contend.

As a noun contest is

(uncountable) controversy; debate.

Contents vs Contest - What's the difference?

contents | contest |


As nouns the difference between contents and contest

is that contents is while contest is (uncountable) controversy; debate.

As verbs the difference between contents and contest

is that contents is (content) while contest is to contend.

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