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Consign vs Defer - What's the difference?

consign | defer |


In lang=en terms the difference between consign and defer

is that consign is to send to a final destination while defer is to delay, to wait.

As verbs the difference between consign and defer

is that consign is (business) to transfer to the custody of, usually for sale, transport, or safekeeping while defer is to delay or postpone; especially to postpone induction into military service or defer can be (legal) to submit to the opinion or desire of another in respect to their judgment or authority.

Restrain vs Defer - What's the difference?

restrain | defer |


In lang=en terms the difference between restrain and defer

is that restrain is   to restrict or limit while defer is to delay, to wait.

As verbs the difference between restrain and defer

is that restrain is   to control or keep in check while defer is to delay or postpone; especially to postpone induction into military service or defer can be (legal) to submit to the opinion or desire of another in respect to their judgment or authority.

Mean vs Defer - What's the difference?

mean | defer |


As an adjective mean

is mid, central.

As a noun mean

is middle.

As a verb defer is

to delay or postpone; especially to postpone induction into military service or defer can be (legal) to submit to the opinion or desire of another in respect to their judgment or authority.

Defer vs Delegate - What's the difference?

defer | delegate |


As verbs the difference between defer and delegate

is that defer is to delay or postpone; especially to postpone induction into military service or defer can be (legal) to submit to the opinion or desire of another in respect to their judgment or authority while delegate is to authorize someone to be a delegate.

As a noun delegate is

a person authorized to act as representative for another; a deputy.

Defer vs Stop - What's the difference?

defer | stop |


As a verb defer

is to delay or postpone; especially to postpone induction into military service or defer can be (legal) to submit to the opinion or desire of another in respect to their judgment or authority.

As a noun stop is

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Defer vs Ant - What's the difference?

defer | ant |


As verbs the difference between defer and ant

is that defer is to delay or postpone; especially to postpone induction into military service or defer can be (legal) to submit to the opinion or desire of another in respect to their judgment or authority while ant is .

Reject vs Defer - What's the difference?

reject | defer |


In lang=en terms the difference between reject and defer

is that reject is to refuse to accept while defer is to delay, to wait.

As verbs the difference between reject and defer

is that reject is to refuse to accept while defer is to delay or postpone; especially to postpone induction into military service or defer can be (legal) to submit to the opinion or desire of another in respect to their judgment or authority.

As a noun reject

is something that is rejected.

Defer vs Imply - What's the difference?

defer | imply |


As verbs the difference between defer and imply

is that defer is to delay or postpone; especially to postpone induction into military service or defer can be (legal) to submit to the opinion or desire of another in respect to their judgment or authority while imply is (of a proposition) to have as a necessary consequence.

Omit vs Defer - What's the difference?

omit | defer |


As verbs the difference between omit and defer

is that omit is while defer is to delay or postpone; especially to postpone induction into military service or defer can be (legal) to submit to the opinion or desire of another in respect to their judgment or authority.

Defer vs Concede - What's the difference?

defer | concede |


As verbs the difference between defer and concede

is that defer is to delay or postpone; especially to postpone induction into military service or defer can be (legal) to submit to the opinion or desire of another in respect to their judgment or authority while concede is .

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