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Direct vs Strait - What's the difference?

direct | strait |


As adjectives the difference between direct and strait

is that direct is straight, constant, without interruption while strait is (archaic) narrow; restricted as to space or room; close.

As adverbs the difference between direct and strait

is that direct is directly while strait is (obsolete) strictly; rigorously.

As verbs the difference between direct and strait

is that direct is to manage, control, steer while strait is (obsolete) to put to difficulties.

As a noun strait is

(geography) a narrow channel of water connecting two larger bodies of water.

Guided vs Direct - What's the difference?

guided | direct |


As verbs the difference between guided and direct

is that guided is (guide) while direct is to manage, control, steer.

As adjectives the difference between guided and direct

is that guided is subject to guidance while direct is straight, constant, without interruption.

As an adverb direct is

directly.

Direct vs Directions - What's the difference?

direct | directions |


As an adjective direct

is straight, constant, without interruption.

As an adverb direct

is directly.

As a verb direct

is to manage, control, steer.

As a noun directions is

.

Engage vs Direct - What's the difference?

engage | direct |


As verbs the difference between engage and direct

is that engage is while direct is to manage, control, steer.

As an adjective direct is

straight, constant, without interruption.

As an adverb direct is

directly.

Direct vs Linear - What's the difference?

direct | linear |


As adjectives the difference between direct and linear

is that direct is straight, constant, without interruption while linear is linear (in mathematics, of first-degree polynomial).

As an adverb direct

is directly.

As a verb direct

is to manage, control, steer.

Parallel vs Direct - What's the difference?

parallel | direct |


As adjectives the difference between parallel and direct

is that parallel is equally distant from one another at all points while direct is straight, constant, without interruption.

As adverbs the difference between parallel and direct

is that parallel is with a parallel relationship while direct is directly.

As verbs the difference between parallel and direct

is that parallel is to construct or place something parallel to something else while direct is to manage, control, steer.

As a noun parallel

is one of a set of parallel lines.

Direct vs Overt - What's the difference?

direct | overt |


As adjectives the difference between direct and overt

is that direct is straight, constant, without interruption while overt is open and not secret nor concealed.

As an adverb direct

is directly.

As a verb direct

is to manage, control, steer.

Execute vs Direct - What's the difference?

execute | direct |


As verbs the difference between execute and direct

is that execute is while direct is to manage, control, steer.

As an adjective direct is

straight, constant, without interruption.

As an adverb direct is

directly.

Direct vs Protest - What's the difference?

direct | protest | Related terms |

Direct is a related term of protest.


As an adjective direct

is straight, constant, without interruption.

As an adverb direct

is directly.

As a verb direct

is to manage, control, steer.

As a noun protest is

protest.

Direct vs Hold - What's the difference?

direct | hold | Related terms |

Direct is a related term of hold.


As an adjective direct

is straight, constant, without interruption.

As an adverb direct

is directly.

As a verb direct

is to manage, control, steer.

As a proper noun hold is

moon.

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