dessert

What is the difference between dessert and cake?

dessert | cake |

Dessert is a see also of cake.


As nouns the difference between dessert and cake

is that dessert is a sweet confection served as the last course of a meal while cake is a rich, sweet dessert food, typically made of flour, sugar and eggs and baked in an oven, and often covered in icing.

As a verb cake is

coat (something) with a crust of solid material or cake can be (uk|dialect|obsolete|intransitive) to cackle like a goose.

What is the difference between dessert and sweet?

dessert | sweet |


As nouns the difference between dessert and sweet

is that dessert is a sweet confection served as the last course of a meal while sweet is (uncountable) the basic taste sensation induced by sugar.

As a adjective sweet is

having a pleasant taste, especially one relating to the basic taste sensation induced by sugar.

As a adverb sweet is

in a sweet manner.

What is the difference between dessert and concrete?

dessert | concrete |


As nouns the difference between dessert and concrete

is that dessert is a sweet confection served as the last course of a meal while concrete is a building material created by mixing portland cement, water, and aggregate including gravel and sand.

As a adjective concrete is

particular, perceivable, real.

As a verb concrete is

to cover with or encase in concrete; often constructed as concrete over .

What is the difference between desert and dessert?

desert | dessert |


As nouns the difference between desert and dessert

is that desert is (usually in plural) that which is deserved or merited; a just punishment or reward or desert can be a barren area of land or desolate terrain, especially one with little water or vegetation; a wasteland while dessert is a sweet confection served as the last course of a meal.

As a adjective desert

is abandoned, deserted, or uninhabited; usually of a place.

As a verb desert

is to leave (anything that depends on one's presence to survive, exist, or succeed), especially when contrary to a promise or obligation; to abandon; to forsake.

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