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Counting vs Settling - What's the difference?

counting | settling |


As verbs the difference between counting and settling

is that counting is while settling is .

As nouns the difference between counting and settling

is that counting is a count; the act by which something is counted while settling is the act of one who, or that which, settles; the act of establishing oneself, of colonizing, subsiding, adjusting, etc.

Counting vs Setting - What's the difference?

counting | setting |


As verbs the difference between counting and setting

is that counting is while setting is .

As nouns the difference between counting and setting

is that counting is a count; the act by which something is counted while setting is the time, place and circumstance in which something (such as a story or picture) is set; context; scenario.

As an adjective setting is

that disappears below the horizon.

Counting vs Continuum - What's the difference?

counting | continuum |


As nouns the difference between counting and continuum

is that counting is a count; the act by which something is counted while continuum is continuum.

As a verb counting

is .

Counting vs Dalesman - What's the difference?

counting | dalesman |


As nouns the difference between counting and dalesman

is that counting is a count; the act by which something is counted while dalesman is a person from the yorkshire dales, or sometimes a person from lakeland.

As a verb counting

is .

Counting vs Australian - What's the difference?

counting | australian |


As nouns the difference between counting and australian

is that counting is a count; the act by which something is counted while australian is a person from the country of australia or of australian descent.

As a verb counting

is .

As an adjective australian is

of, from, or pertaining to australia, the australian people or australian languages.

Counting vs Including - What's the difference?

counting | including |


As verbs the difference between counting and including

is that counting is while including is .

As a noun counting

is a count; the act by which something is counted.

As a preposition including is

such as, among which;.

Counter vs Counting - What's the difference?

counter | counting |


As nouns the difference between counter and counting

is that counter is an object (now especially a small disc) used in counting or keeping count, or as a marker in games, etc or counter can be (nautical) the overhanging stern of a vessel above the waterline or counter can be (obsolete) an encounter while counting is a count; the act by which something is counted.

As verbs the difference between counter and counting

is that counter is to contradict, oppose while counting is .

As an adverb counter

is contrary, in opposition; in an opposite direction or counter can be in opposition; in an opposite direction; contrariwise.

As an adjective counter

is contrary; opposite; contrasted; opposed; adverse; antagonistic.

Countings vs Counting - What's the difference?

countings | counting |


As nouns the difference between countings and counting

is that countings is while counting is a count; the act by which something is counted.

As a verb counting is

.

Counting vs Measurements - What's the difference?

counting | measurements |


As nouns the difference between counting and measurements

is that counting is a count; the act by which something is counted while measurements is .

As a verb counting

is .

Counting vs Numbering - What's the difference?

counting | numbering |


As verbs the difference between counting and numbering

is that counting is while numbering is .

As nouns the difference between counting and numbering

is that counting is a count; the act by which something is counted while numbering is a sequence of numbers indicating order or otherwise used for identification.

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