disable

Enabler vs Disable - What's the difference?

enabler | disable |


As a noun enabler

is one who helps something to happen.

As a verb disable is

to render unable; to take away an ability of.

As an adjective disable is

(obsolete) lacking ability; unable.

Inactive vs Disable - What's the difference?

inactive | disable |


As verbs the difference between inactive and disable

is that inactive is while disable is to render unable; to take away an ability of.

As adjectives the difference between inactive and disable

is that inactive is inactivated while disable is (obsolete) lacking ability; unable.

Disable vs Disengage - What's the difference?

disable | disengage |


As verbs the difference between disable and disengage

is that disable is to render unable; to take away an ability of while disengage is (ambitransitive) to release or loosen from something that binds, holds, entangles, or interlocks; unfasten; detach; disentangle; free.

As an adjective disable

is (obsolete) lacking ability; unable.

As a noun disengage is

(fencing) a circular movement of the blade that avoids the opponent's parry.

Restrain vs Disable - What's the difference?

restrain | disable |


In lang=en terms the difference between restrain and disable

is that restrain is   to restrict or limit while disable is to render unable; to take away an ability of.

As verbs the difference between restrain and disable

is that restrain is   to control or keep in check while disable is to render unable; to take away an ability of.

As an adjective disable is

(obsolete) lacking ability; unable.

Enabled vs Disable - What's the difference?

enabled | disable |


As adjectives the difference between enabled and disable

is that enabled is being capable for use or action while disable is (obsolete) lacking ability; unable.

As verbs the difference between enabled and disable

is that enabled is (enable) while disable is to render unable; to take away an ability of.

Disable vs Capable - What's the difference?

disable | capable |


In obsolete|lang=en terms the difference between disable and capable

is that disable is (obsolete) lacking ability; unable while capable is (obsolete) of sufficient capacity or size for holding, containing, receiving or taking in construed with of'', ''for or an infinitive.

As adjectives the difference between disable and capable

is that disable is (obsolete) lacking ability; unable while capable is able and efficient; having the ability needed for a specific task; having the disposition to do something; permitting or being susceptible to something.

As a verb disable

is to render unable; to take away an ability of.

Forbid vs Disable - What's the difference?

forbid | disable |


In lang=en terms the difference between forbid and disable

is that forbid is to oppose, hinder, or prevent, as if by an effectual command while disable is to render unable; to take away an ability of.

In obsolete|lang=en terms the difference between forbid and disable

is that forbid is (obsolete) to defy; to challenge while disable is (obsolete) lacking ability; unable.

As verbs the difference between forbid and disable

is that forbid is to disallow; to proscribe while disable is to render unable; to take away an ability of.

As an adjective disable is

(obsolete) lacking ability; unable.

Main vs Disable - What's the difference?

main | disable |


As a noun main

is .

As a verb disable is

to render unable; to take away an ability of.

As an adjective disable is

(obsolete) lacking ability; unable.

Revoke vs Disable - What's the difference?

revoke | disable |


In lang=en terms the difference between revoke and disable

is that revoke is to fail to follow suit in a game of cards when holding a card in that suit while disable is to render unable; to take away an ability of.

In obsolete|lang=en terms the difference between revoke and disable

is that revoke is (obsolete) to call back to mind; to recollect while disable is (obsolete) lacking ability; unable.

As verbs the difference between revoke and disable

is that revoke is to cancel or invalidate by withdrawing or reversing while disable is to render unable; to take away an ability of.

As a noun revoke

is the act of revoking in a game of cards.

As an adjective disable is

(obsolete) lacking ability; unable.

Disable vs Impede - What's the difference?

disable | impede |


As verbs the difference between disable and impede

is that disable is to render unable; to take away an ability of while impede is to get in the way of; to hinder.

As an adjective disable

is (obsolete) lacking ability; unable.

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