discard

Disarrange vs Discard - What's the difference?

disarrange | discard | Related terms |

Disarrange is a related term of discard.


As verbs the difference between disarrange and discard

is that disarrange is to undo the arrangement of; to disorder; to derange while discard is to throw away, to reject.

As a noun discard is

anything discarded.

Eject vs Discard - What's the difference?

eject | discard |


In lang=en terms the difference between eject and discard

is that eject is to come out of a machine while discard is to throw away, to reject.

As verbs the difference between eject and discard

is that eject is to compel (a person or persons) to leave while discard is to throw away, to reject.

As nouns the difference between eject and discard

is that eject is a button on a machine that causes something to be ejected from the machine or eject can be (psychology) (by analogy with subject and object ) an inferred object of someone else's consciousness while discard is anything discarded.

Removal vs Discard - What's the difference?

removal | discard |


As nouns the difference between removal and discard

is that removal is the process of moving, or the fact of being removed while discard is anything discarded.

As a verb discard is

to throw away, to reject.

Discard vs Tray - What's the difference?

discard | tray |


In lang=en terms the difference between discard and tray

is that discard is to throw away, to reject while tray is to slide down a snow-covered hill on a tray from a cafeteria.

As verbs the difference between discard and tray

is that discard is to throw away, to reject while tray is (obsolete) to grieve; annoy or tray can be to place items on a tray or tray can be (obsolete) to betray.

As nouns the difference between discard and tray

is that discard is anything discarded while tray is (obsolete) trouble; annoyance; anger or tray can be a small, typically rectangular or round, flat, rigid object upon which things are carried.

Discard vs Stray - What's the difference?

discard | stray |


In lang=en terms the difference between discard and stray

is that discard is to throw away, to reject while stray is to cause to stray.

As verbs the difference between discard and stray

is that discard is to throw away, to reject while stray is to wander, as from a direct course; to deviate, or go out of the way.

As nouns the difference between discard and stray

is that discard is anything discarded while stray is any domestic animal that has an enclosure, or its proper place and company, and wanders at large, or is lost; an estray.

As an adjective stray is

having gone astray; strayed; wandering; as, a stray horse or sheep.

Void vs Discard - What's the difference?

void | discard |


As nouns the difference between void and discard

is that void is an empty space; a vacuum or void can be while discard is anything discarded.

As verbs the difference between void and discard

is that void is (label) to make invalid or worthless while discard is to throw away, to reject.

As an adjective void

is containing nothing; empty; vacant; not occupied; not filled.

Exclude vs Discard - What's the difference?

exclude | discard |


As verbs the difference between exclude and discard

is that exclude is to bar (someone) from entering; to keep out while discard is to throw away, to reject.

As a noun discard is

anything discarded.

Discard vs Abort - What's the difference?

discard | abort |


As nouns the difference between discard and abort

is that discard is anything discarded while abort is restroom, loo, toilet.

As a verb discard

is to throw away, to reject.

Discard vs Disuse - What's the difference?

discard | disuse |


In lang=en terms the difference between discard and disuse

is that discard is to throw away, to reject while disuse is to cease the use of.

As verbs the difference between discard and disuse

is that discard is to throw away, to reject while disuse is to cease the use of.

As nouns the difference between discard and disuse

is that discard is anything discarded while disuse is the state of not being used; neglect.

Disposit vs Discard - What's the difference?

disposit | discard |


In lang=en terms the difference between disposit and discard

is that disposit is to deposit while discard is to throw away, to reject.

As verbs the difference between disposit and discard

is that disposit is to deposit while discard is to throw away, to reject.

As a noun discard is

anything discarded.

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