dictate

Specify vs Dictate - What's the difference?

specify | dictate | Related terms |

Specify is a related term of dictate.


As verbs the difference between specify and dictate

is that specify is to state explicitly, or in detail, or as a condition while dictate is to order, command, control.

As a noun dictate is

an order or command.

Dictate vs Rule - What's the difference?

dictate | rule | Synonyms |

Dictate is a synonym of rule.


As verbs the difference between dictate and rule

is that dictate is to order, command, control while rule is .

As a noun dictate

is an order or command.

Dictate vs Set - What's the difference?

dictate | set | Related terms |

Dictate is a related term of set.


As a noun dictate

is an order or command.

As a verb dictate

is to order, command, control.

As a numeral set is

seven.

Dictate vs Govern - What's the difference?

dictate | govern |


As verbs the difference between dictate and govern

is that dictate is to order, command, control while govern is to make and administer the public policy and affairs of; to exercise sovereign authority in.

As a noun dictate

is an order or command.

Dictate vs Summoning - What's the difference?

dictate | summoning | Related terms |

Dictate is a related term of summoning.


As nouns the difference between dictate and summoning

is that dictate is an order or command while summoning is the act by which somebody is summoned.

As verbs the difference between dictate and summoning

is that dictate is to order, command, control while summoning is .

Dictate vs Exhortation - What's the difference?

dictate | exhortation | Synonyms |

Dictate is a synonym of exhortation.


As nouns the difference between dictate and exhortation

is that dictate is an order or command while exhortation is the act or practice of exhorting; the act of inciting to laudable deeds; incitement to that which is good or commendable.

As a verb dictate

is to order, command, control.

Dictate vs Dominance - What's the difference?

dictate | dominance |


As nouns the difference between dictate and dominance

is that dictate is an order or command while dominance is the state of being dominant; of prime importance; supremacy.

As a verb dictate

is to order, command, control.

Dictate vs Commission - What's the difference?

dictate | commission | Related terms |

Dictate is a related term of commission.


As nouns the difference between dictate and commission

is that dictate is an order or command while commission is a sending or mission (to do or accomplish something).

As verbs the difference between dictate and commission

is that dictate is to order, command, control while commission is to send or officially charge someone or some group to do something.

Dictate vs Behest - What's the difference?

dictate | behest | Related terms |

Dictate is a related term of behest.


As nouns the difference between dictate and behest

is that dictate is an order or command while behest is a command, bidding; sometimes also, an authoritative request.

As verbs the difference between dictate and behest

is that dictate is to order, command, control while behest is (obsolete) to promise; vow.

Dictate vs Enjoin - What's the difference?

dictate | enjoin | Related terms |

Dictate is a related term of enjoin.


As verbs the difference between dictate and enjoin

is that dictate is to order, command, control while enjoin is (transitive|chiefly|literary) to lay upon, as an order or command; to give an injunction to; to direct with authority; to order; to charge.

As a noun dictate

is an order or command.

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