dissipate

Decline vs Dissipate - What's the difference?

decline | dissipate |


As verbs the difference between decline and dissipate

is that decline is while dissipate is to drive away, disperse.

As an adjective decline

is declined.

Dissipate vs Decrease - What's the difference?

dissipate | decrease |


As verbs the difference between dissipate and decrease

is that dissipate is to drive away, disperse while decrease is of a quantity, to become smaller.

As a noun decrease is

an amount by which a quantity is decreased.

Separate vs Dissipate - What's the difference?

separate | dissipate |


As verbs the difference between separate and dissipate

is that separate is to divide (a thing) into separate parts while dissipate is to drive away, disperse.

As an adjective separate

is apart from (the rest); not connected to or attached to (anything else).

As a noun separate

is (usually|in the plural) anything that is sold by itself, especially an article of clothing.

Dissipate vs Depletion - What's the difference?

dissipate | depletion |


As a verb dissipate

is to drive away, disperse.

As a noun depletion is

depletion.

Dissipate vs Perish - What's the difference?

dissipate | perish |


As verbs the difference between dissipate and perish

is that dissipate is to drive away, disperse while perish is to pass away; to come to naught; to waste away; to decay and disappear.

Wast vs Dissipate - What's the difference?

wast | dissipate |


As verbs the difference between wast and dissipate

is that wast is (archaic) while dissipate is to drive away, disperse.

Dissipate vs Alleviate - What's the difference?

dissipate | alleviate |


As verbs the difference between dissipate and alleviate

is that dissipate is to drive away, disperse while alleviate is to make less severe, as a pain or difficulty.

Profligacy vs Dissipate - What's the difference?

profligacy | dissipate |


As a noun profligacy

is (countable) careless wastefulness.

As a verb dissipate is

to drive away, disperse.

Prodigal vs Dissipate - What's the difference?

prodigal | dissipate |


As an adjective prodigal

is wastefully extravagant.

As a noun prodigal

is a prodigal person, a spendthrift.

As a verb dissipate is

to drive away, disperse.

Dissipate vs Deplete - What's the difference?

dissipate | deplete |


As verbs the difference between dissipate and deplete

is that dissipate is to drive away, disperse while deplete is to empty or unload, as the vessels of the human system, by bloodletting or by medicine.

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