dictate

Predicate vs Dictate - What's the difference?

predicate | dictate |


As nouns the difference between predicate and dictate

is that predicate is (grammar) the part of the sentence (or clause) which states something about the subject or the object of the sentence while dictate is an order or command.

As verbs the difference between predicate and dictate

is that predicate is to announce or assert publicly while dictate is to order, command, control.

Appointed vs Dictate - What's the difference?

appointed | dictate |


As verbs the difference between appointed and dictate

is that appointed is (appoint) while dictate is to order, command, control.

As a noun dictate is

an order or command.

Dictate vs Obligation - What's the difference?

dictate | obligation |


As nouns the difference between dictate and obligation

is that dictate is an order or command while obligation is the act of binding oneself by a social, legal, or moral tie to someone.

As a verb dictate

is to order, command, control.

Dictate vs Obligate - What's the difference?

dictate | obligate |


As verbs the difference between dictate and obligate

is that dictate is to order, command, control while obligate is (transitive|north america|scottish) to bind, compel, constrain, or oblige by a social, legal, or moral tie.

As a noun dictate

is an order or command.

As an adjective obligate is

(biology) able to exist or survive only in a particular environment or by assuming a particular role.

Principle vs Dictate - What's the difference?

principle | dictate |


As nouns the difference between principle and dictate

is that principle is a fundamental assumption while dictate is an order or command.

As verbs the difference between principle and dictate

is that principle is to equip with principles; to establish, or fix, in certain principles; to impress with any tenet or rule of conduct while dictate is to order, command, control.

Dictate vs Devote - What's the difference?

dictate | devote |


As a noun dictate

is an order or command.

As a verb dictate

is to order, command, control.

As an adjective devote is

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Dictate vs Cite - What's the difference?

dictate | cite |


As nouns the difference between dictate and cite

is that dictate is an order or command while cite is wedge, short spear or stick.

As a verb dictate

is to order, command, control.

As an adjective cite is

full, brim-full.

Dictate vs Transcribe - What's the difference?

dictate | transcribe |


As verbs the difference between dictate and transcribe

is that dictate is to order, command, control while transcribe is to convert a representation of language, typically speech but also sign language, etc, to another representation the term now usually implies the conversion of speech to text by a human transcriptionist with the assistance of a computer for word processing and sometimes also for speech recognition, the process of a computer interpreting speech and converting it to text.

As a noun dictate

is an order or command.

Depict vs Dictate - What's the difference?

depict | dictate |


As verbs the difference between depict and dictate

is that depict is to render a representation of something, using words, sounds, images, or other means while dictate is to order, command, control.

As an adjective depict

is (obsolete) depicted.

As a noun dictate is

an order or command.

Scribe vs Dictate - What's the difference?

scribe | dictate |


As nouns the difference between scribe and dictate

is that scribe is one who writes; a draughtsman; a writer for another; especially, an official or public writer; an amanuensis or secretary; a notary; a copyist while dictate is an order or command.

As verbs the difference between scribe and dictate

is that scribe is to write while dictate is to order, command, control.

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