dilute

Watery vs Dilute - What's the difference?

watery | dilute |


As adjectives the difference between watery and dilute

is that watery is wet, soggy or soaked with water while dilute is having a low concentration.

As a verb dilute is

to make thinner by adding solvent to a solution; especially by adding water.

Deprive vs Dilute - What's the difference?

deprive | dilute |


As verbs the difference between deprive and dilute

is that deprive is while dilute is to make thinner by adding solvent to a solution; especially by adding water.

As an adjective dilute is

having a low concentration.

Dilute vs Downplay - What's the difference?

dilute | downplay |


In lang=en terms the difference between dilute and downplay

is that dilute is to become attenuated, thin, or weak while downplay is to de-emphasize; to present or portray as less important or consequential.

As verbs the difference between dilute and downplay

is that dilute is to make thinner by adding solvent to a solution; especially by adding water while downplay is to de-emphasize; to present or portray as less important or consequential.

As an adjective dilute

is having a low concentration.

Dilute vs Relentless - What's the difference?

dilute | relentless |


As adjectives the difference between dilute and relentless

is that dilute is having a low concentration while relentless is unrelenting or unyielding in severity.

As a verb dilute

is to make thinner by adding solvent to a solution; especially by adding water.

Dilute vs Dim - What's the difference?

dilute | dim |


As a verb dilute

is to make thinner by adding solvent to a solution; especially by adding water.

As an adjective dilute

is having a low concentration.

As a proper noun dim is

tue (tuesday).

Dilute vs Saturated - What's the difference?

dilute | saturated |


As verbs the difference between dilute and saturated

is that dilute is to make thinner by adding solvent to a solution; especially by adding water while saturated is (saturate).

As adjectives the difference between dilute and saturated

is that dilute is having a low concentration while saturated is (not comparable) full; unable to hold or contain any more.

Dilute vs Obscure - What's the difference?

dilute | obscure |


As verbs the difference between dilute and obscure

is that dilute is to make thinner by adding solvent to a solution; especially by adding water while obscure is (label) to render obscure; to darken; to make dim; to keep in the dark; to hide; to make less visible, intelligible, legible, glorious, beautiful, or illustrious.

As adjectives the difference between dilute and obscure

is that dilute is having a low concentration while obscure is dark, faint or indistinct.

Dilute vs Expand - What's the difference?

dilute | expand |


As verbs the difference between dilute and expand

is that dilute is to make thinner by adding solvent to a solution; especially by adding water while expand is (label) to change (something) from a smaller form and/or size to a larger one.

As an adjective dilute

is having a low concentration.

Mix vs Dilute - What's the difference?

mix | dilute |


As a noun mix

is mix.

As a verb dilute is

to make thinner by adding solvent to a solution; especially by adding water.

As an adjective dilute is

having a low concentration.

Ease vs Dilute - What's the difference?

ease | dilute | Related terms |

Ease is a related term of dilute.


In lang=en terms the difference between ease and dilute

is that ease is to proceed with little effort while dilute is to become attenuated, thin, or weak.

As verbs the difference between ease and dilute

is that ease is to free (something) from pain, worry, agitation, etc while dilute is to make thinner by adding solvent to a solution; especially by adding water.

As a noun ease

is the state of being comfortable or free from stress.

As an adjective dilute is

having a low concentration.

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