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Controlled vs Casual - What's the difference?

controlled | casual |


As adjectives the difference between controlled and casual

is that controlled is inhibited or restrained in one's words and actions while casual is happening by chance.

As a verb controlled

is (control).

As a noun casual is

(british|nz) a worker who is only working for a company occasionally, not as its permanent employee.

Constrained vs Controlled - What's the difference?

constrained | controlled |


As verbs the difference between constrained and controlled

is that constrained is (constrain) while controlled is (control).

As adjectives the difference between constrained and controlled

is that constrained is within close bounds; confined while controlled is inhibited or restrained in one's words and actions.

Led vs Controlled - What's the difference?

led | controlled |


As verbs the difference between led and controlled

is that led is (lead) while controlled is (control).

As an adjective controlled is

inhibited or restrained in one's words and actions.

Conventional vs Controlled - What's the difference?

conventional | controlled |


As adjectives the difference between conventional and controlled

is that conventional is pertaining to a convention, as in following generally accepted principles, methods and behaviour while controlled is inhibited or restrained in one's words and actions.

As a noun conventional

is (finance) a conventional gilt-edged security, a kind of bond paying the holder a fixed cash payment (or coupon) every six months until maturity, at which point the holder receives the final payment and the return of the principal.

As a verb controlled is

(control).

Bound vs Controlled - What's the difference?

bound | controlled |


As verbs the difference between bound and controlled

is that bound is (bind) or bound can be to surround a territory or other geographical entity or bound can be to leap, move by jumping while controlled is (control).

As adjectives the difference between bound and controlled

is that bound is (with infinitive) obliged (to) or bound can be (obsolete) ready, prepared while controlled is inhibited or restrained in one's words and actions.

As a noun bound

is (often|used in plural) a boundary, the border which one must cross in order to enter or leave a territory or bound can be a sizeable jump, great leap.

Calm vs Controlled - What's the difference?

calm | controlled |


As adjectives the difference between calm and controlled

is that calm is (of a person) peaceful, quiet, especially free from anger and anxiety while controlled is inhibited or restrained in one's words and actions.

As verbs the difference between calm and controlled

is that calm is to make calm while controlled is (control).

As a noun calm

is (in a person) the state of being calm; peacefulness; absence of worry, anger, fear or other strong negative emotion.

Controlled vs Succinct - What's the difference?

controlled | succinct | Related terms |

Controlled is a related term of succinct.


As adjectives the difference between controlled and succinct

is that controlled is inhibited or restrained in one's words and actions while succinct is brief and to the point.

As a verb controlled

is (control).

Controlled vs Dextrous - What's the difference?

controlled | dextrous | Related terms |

Controlled is a related term of dextrous.


As adjectives the difference between controlled and dextrous

is that controlled is inhibited or restrained in one's words and actions while dextrous is .

As a verb controlled

is (control).

Owned vs Controlled - What's the difference?

owned | controlled |


As verbs the difference between owned and controlled

is that owned is (own) while controlled is (control).

As an adjective controlled is

inhibited or restrained in one's words and actions.

Owened vs Controlled - What's the difference?

owened | controlled |


As an adjective controlled is

inhibited or restrained in one's words and actions.

As a verb controlled is

(control).

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