depleter

Depleted vs Depleter - What's the difference?

depleted | depleter |


As an adjective depleted

is used up, expended; of which nothing is left.

As a verb depleted

is (deplete).

As a noun depleter is

any substance that causes depletion of something.

Deleter vs Depleter - What's the difference?

deleter | depleter |


As nouns the difference between deleter and depleter

is that deleter is agent noun of delete; one who deletes while depleter is any substance that causes depletion of something.

Depleter vs Deplete - What's the difference?

depleter | deplete |


As a noun depleter

is any substance that causes depletion of something.

As a verb deplete is

to empty or unload, as the vessels of the human system, by bloodletting or by medicine.

Depleter vs Depletes - What's the difference?

depleter | depletes |


As a noun depleter

is any substance that causes depletion of something.

As a verb depletes is

(deplete).

Depletion vs Depleter - What's the difference?

depletion | depleter |


As nouns the difference between depletion and depleter

is that depletion is the act of depleting, or the state of being depleted; exhaustion while depleter is any substance that causes depletion of something.