discourse

Discourse vs Meaning - What's the difference?

discourse | meaning |


As nouns the difference between discourse and meaning

is that discourse is (uncountable|archaic) verbal exchange, conversation while meaning is the symbolic value of something.

As verbs the difference between discourse and meaning

is that discourse is to engage in discussion or conversation; to converse while meaning is .

As an adjective meaning is

having a (specified) intention.

Discourse vs Likely - What's the difference?

discourse | likely |


In obsolete|lang=en terms the difference between discourse and likely

is that discourse is (obsolete) dealing; transaction while likely is (obsolete) similarly.

As nouns the difference between discourse and likely

is that discourse is (uncountable|archaic) verbal exchange, conversation while likely is something or somebody considered likely.

As a verb discourse

is to engage in discussion or conversation; to converse.

As an adjective likely is

probable; having a greater-than-even chance of occurring.

As an adverb likely is

(obsolete) similarly.

Discourse vs Field - What's the difference?

discourse | field |


As a noun discourse

is (uncountable|archaic) verbal exchange, conversation.

As a verb discourse

is to engage in discussion or conversation; to converse.

As a proper noun field is

.

Discourse vs Reasoning - What's the difference?

discourse | reasoning |


As nouns the difference between discourse and reasoning

is that discourse is (uncountable|archaic) verbal exchange, conversation while reasoning is action of the verb to reason .

As verbs the difference between discourse and reasoning

is that discourse is to engage in discussion or conversation; to converse while reasoning is .

Discourse vs Interlocution - What's the difference?

discourse | interlocution |


As nouns the difference between discourse and interlocution

is that discourse is (uncountable|archaic) verbal exchange, conversation while interlocution is discussion or conversation.

As a verb discourse

is to engage in discussion or conversation; to converse.

Discourse vs Paper - What's the difference?

discourse | paper |


In lang=en terms the difference between discourse and paper

is that discourse is to write or speak formally and at length while paper is to fill a theatre or other paid event with complimentary seats.

As nouns the difference between discourse and paper

is that discourse is (uncountable|archaic) verbal exchange, conversation while paper is a sheet material used for writing on or printing on (or as a non-waterproof container), usually made by draining cellulose fibres from a suspension in water.

As verbs the difference between discourse and paper

is that discourse is to engage in discussion or conversation; to converse while paper is to apply paper to.

As an adjective paper is

made of paper.

Discourse vs Argue - What's the difference?

discourse | argue |


As verbs the difference between discourse and argue

is that discourse is to engage in discussion or conversation; to converse while argue is .

As a noun discourse

is (uncountable|archaic) verbal exchange, conversation.

Remark vs Discourse - What's the difference?

remark | discourse |


In lang=en terms the difference between remark and discourse

is that remark is to mark again (a piece of work) while discourse is to write or speak formally and at length.

As nouns the difference between remark and discourse

is that remark is act of pointing out or attentively noticing; notice or observation or remark can be a mark that replaces another mark while discourse is (uncountable|archaic) verbal exchange, conversation.

As verbs the difference between remark and discourse

is that remark is to make a remark or remarks; to comment or remark can be to mark again (a piece of work) while discourse is to engage in discussion or conversation; to converse.

Discourse vs Monologue - What's the difference?

discourse | monologue |


As verbs the difference between discourse and monologue

is that discourse is to engage in discussion or conversation; to converse while monologue is .

As a noun discourse

is (uncountable|archaic) verbal exchange, conversation.

Multilogue vs Discourse - What's the difference?

multilogue | discourse |


As nouns the difference between multilogue and discourse

is that multilogue is a conversation described as many-to-many the term is commonly used to describe the nature of conversations and interactions using social media and collaborative tools, such as social networking, online video, widgets for syndication, wikis, message boards, forums, etc while discourse is (uncountable|archaic) verbal exchange, conversation.

As a verb discourse is

to engage in discussion or conversation; to converse.

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