de

De vs Widgets - What's the difference?

de | widgets |


As a proper noun de

is .

As a preposition de

is on (used only with the names of the days of the week).

As a noun widgets is

.

De vs Home - What's the difference?

de | home |


As proper nouns the difference between de and home

is that de is while home is .

As a preposition de

is on (used only with the names of the days of the week).

As a noun home is

(computing) a key that when pressed causes the cursor to go to the first character of the current line, or on the internet to the top of the web page.

De vs Un - What's the difference?

de | un |


As a proper noun de

is .

As a preposition de

is on (used only with the names of the days of the week).

As a pronoun un is

one (impersonal pronoun).

Deceit vs De - What's the difference?

deceit | de |


As a noun deceit

is an act or practice intended to deceive; a trick.

As a proper noun de is

.

As a preposition de is

on (used only with the names of the days of the week).

De vs Investors - What's the difference?

de | investors |


As a proper noun de

is .

As a preposition de

is on (used only with the names of the days of the week).

As a noun investors is

.

De vs News - What's the difference?

de | news |


As a proper noun de

is .

As a preposition de

is on (used only with the names of the days of the week).

As a noun news is

(latest) news.

De vs Careers - What's the difference?

de | careers |


As a proper noun de

is .

As a preposition de

is on (used only with the names of the days of the week).

As a noun careers is

.

As a verb careers is

(career).

De vs Company - What's the difference?

de | company |


As a proper noun de

is .

As a preposition de

is on (used only with the names of the days of the week).

As a noun company is

a team; a group of people who work together professionally.

As a verb company is

(archaic|transitive) to accompany, keep company with.

Locales vs De - What's the difference?

locales | de |


As a noun locales

is .

As a proper noun de is

.

As a preposition de is

on (used only with the names of the days of the week).

Automatize vs De - What's the difference?

automatize | de |


As a verb automatize

is to make or become automatic.

As a proper noun de is

.

As a preposition de is

on (used only with the names of the days of the week).

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