discourse

Norm vs Discourse - What's the difference?

norm | discourse |


As a proper noun norm

is .

As a noun discourse is

(uncountable|archaic) verbal exchange, conversation.

As a verb discourse is

to engage in discussion or conversation; to converse.

Discourse vs Episteme - What's the difference?

discourse | episteme |


As nouns the difference between discourse and episteme

is that discourse is (uncountable|archaic) verbal exchange, conversation while episteme is episteme (foucaultian philosophy).

As a verb discourse

is to engage in discussion or conversation; to converse.

Discourse vs Manifest - What's the difference?

discourse | manifest |


As nouns the difference between discourse and manifest

is that discourse is (uncountable|archaic) verbal exchange, conversation while manifest is manifesto.

As a verb discourse

is to engage in discussion or conversation; to converse.

Superfluous vs Discourse - What's the difference?

superfluous | discourse |


As an adjective superfluous

is in excess of what is required or sufficient.

As a noun discourse is

(uncountable|archaic) verbal exchange, conversation.

As a verb discourse is

to engage in discussion or conversation; to converse.

Discourse vs Utterance - What's the difference?

discourse | utterance |


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

is that discourse is (obsolete) dealing; transaction while utterance is (obsolete) putting in circulation.

As nouns the difference between discourse and utterance

is that discourse is (uncountable|archaic) verbal exchange, conversation while utterance is an act of uttering or utterance can be the utmost extremity (of a fight etc).

As a verb discourse

is to engage in discussion or conversation; to converse.

Idiom vs Discourse - What's the difference?

idiom | discourse | Related terms |

Idiom is a related term of discourse.


As nouns the difference between idiom and discourse

is that idiom is idiom while discourse is (uncountable|archaic) verbal exchange, conversation.

As a verb discourse is

to engage in discussion or conversation; to converse.

Ideology vs Discourse - What's the difference?

ideology | discourse |


As nouns the difference between ideology and discourse

is that ideology is doctrine, philosophy, body of beliefs or principles belonging to an individual or group while discourse is (uncountable|archaic) verbal exchange, conversation.

As a verb discourse is

to engage in discussion or conversation; to converse.

Linguistic vs Discourse - What's the difference?

linguistic | discourse |


As an adjective linguistic

is linguistic.

As a noun discourse is

(uncountable|archaic) verbal exchange, conversation.

As a verb discourse is

to engage in discussion or conversation; to converse.

Concourse vs Discourse - What's the difference?

concourse | discourse |


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

is that concourse is (obsolete) concurrence; cooperation while discourse is (obsolete) dealing; transaction.

As nouns the difference between concourse and discourse

is that concourse is a large open space in or in front of a building where people can gather, particularly one joining various paths, as in a rail station or airport terminal while discourse is (uncountable|archaic) verbal exchange, conversation.

As a verb discourse is

to engage in discussion or conversation; to converse.

Discourse vs Frame - What's the difference?

discourse | frame |


As nouns the difference between discourse and frame

is that discourse is (uncountable|archaic) verbal exchange, conversation while frame is frame, division of time on a multimedia timeline.

As a verb discourse

is to engage in discussion or conversation; to converse.

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