deputy

Deputy vs Chair - What's the difference?

deputy | chair |


As a noun deputy

is one appointed as the substitute of another, and empowered to act for him, in his name or his behalf; a substitute in office; a lieutenant; a representative; a delegate; a vicegerent; as, the deputy of a prince, of a sheriff, of a township, etc.

As a verb chair is

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Chief vs Deputy - What's the difference?

chief | deputy |


As nouns the difference between chief and deputy

is that chief is (senseid)a leader or head of a group of people, organisation, etc while deputy is one appointed as the substitute of another, and empowered to act for him, in his name or his behalf; a substitute in office; a lieutenant; a representative; a delegate; a vicegerent; as, the deputy of a prince, of a sheriff, of a township, etc.

As an adjective chief

is primary; principal.

Deputy vs Null - What's the difference?

deputy | null |


As nouns the difference between deputy and null

is that deputy is one appointed as the substitute of another, and empowered to act for him, in his name or his behalf; a substitute in office; a lieutenant; a representative; a delegate; a vicegerent; as, the deputy of a prince, of a sheriff, of a township, etc while null is zero, nil; the cardinal number before einn.

Warden vs Deputy - What's the difference?

warden | deputy |


As a proper noun warden

is .

As a noun deputy is

one appointed as the substitute of another, and empowered to act for him, in his name or his behalf; a substitute in office; a lieutenant; a representative; a delegate; a vicegerent; as, the deputy of a prince, of a sheriff, of a township, etc.

Deputy vs Mp - What's the difference?

deputy | mp |


As a noun deputy

is one appointed as the substitute of another, and empowered to act for him, in his name or his behalf; a substitute in office; a lieutenant; a representative; a delegate; a vicegerent; as, the deputy of a prince, of a sheriff, of a township, etc.

As a proper noun mp is

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Dust vs Deputy - What's the difference?

dust | deputy |


As nouns the difference between dust and deputy

is that dust is (uncountable) fine, dry particles of matter found in the air and covering the surface of objects, typically consisting of soil lifted up by the wind, pollen, hair, etc while deputy is one appointed as the substitute of another, and empowered to act for him, in his name or his behalf; a substitute in office; a lieutenant; a representative; a delegate; a vicegerent; as, the deputy of a prince, of a sheriff, of a township, etc.

As a verb dust

is to remove dust from.

Deputy vs Acting - What's the difference?

deputy | acting |


As nouns the difference between deputy and acting

is that deputy is one appointed as the substitute of another, and empowered to act for him, in his name or his behalf; a substitute in office; a lieutenant; a representative; a delegate; a vicegerent; as, the deputy of a prince, of a sheriff, of a township, etc while acting is an intended action or deed.

As an adjective acting is

temporarily]] assuming the [[duty|duties or authority of another person when they are unable to do their job.

As a verb acting is

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Deputy vs Boss - What's the difference?

deputy | boss |


As nouns the difference between deputy and boss

is that deputy is one appointed as the substitute of another, and empowered to act for him, in his name or his behalf; a substitute in office; a lieutenant; a representative; a delegate; a vicegerent; as, the deputy of a prince, of a sheriff, of a township, etc while boss is boss (person in charge, supervisor).

Deputy vs Agency - What's the difference?

deputy | agency |


As nouns the difference between deputy and agency

is that deputy is one appointed as the substitute of another, and empowered to act for him, in his name or his behalf; a substitute in office; a lieutenant; a representative; a delegate; a vicegerent; as, the deputy of a prince, of a sheriff, of a township, etc while agency is the capacity, condition, or state of acting or of exerting power; action or activity; operation.

Deputy vs Deputizing - What's the difference?

deputy | deputizing |


As a noun deputy

is one appointed as the substitute of another, and empowered to act for him, in his name or his behalf; a substitute in office; a lieutenant; a representative; a delegate; a vicegerent; as, the deputy of a prince, of a sheriff, of a township, etc.

As a verb deputizing is

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