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Divide vs Bisector - What's the difference?

divide | bisector |


As nouns the difference between divide and bisector

is that divide is a thing that divides while bisector is (geometry) a line or curve that bisects or divides a line segment, angle, or other figure into two equal parts.

As a verb divide

is to split or separate (something) into two or more parts.

Divide vs Gather - What's the difference?

divide | gather |


As verbs the difference between divide and gather

is that divide is to split or separate (something) into two or more parts while gather is to collect; normally separate things.

As nouns the difference between divide and gather

is that divide is a thing that divides while gather is a plait or fold in cloth, made by drawing a thread through it; a pucker.

Divide vs Separately - What's the difference?

divide | separately |


As a verb divide

is to split or separate (something) into two or more parts.

As a noun divide

is a thing that divides.

As an adverb separately is

in a separate manner; sunderling.

Rending vs Divide - What's the difference?

rending | divide |


As verbs the difference between rending and divide

is that rending is while divide is to split or separate (something) into two or more parts.

As nouns the difference between rending and divide

is that rending is the act by which something is rent, or torn while divide is a thing that divides.

Rupture vs Divide - What's the difference?

rupture | divide |


As nouns the difference between rupture and divide

is that rupture is a burst, split, or break while divide is a thing that divides.

As verbs the difference between rupture and divide

is that rupture is (intransitive) to burst, break through, or split, as under pressure while divide is to split or separate (something) into two or more parts.

Divide vs Compare - What's the difference?

divide | compare |


As verbs the difference between divide and compare

is that divide is to split or separate (something) into two or more parts while compare is .

As a noun divide

is a thing that divides.

Divide vs Distinct - What's the difference?

divide | distinct |


In obsolete|lang=en terms the difference between divide and distinct

is that divide is (obsolete) to have a share; to partake while distinct is (obsolete) marked; variegated.

As a verb divide

is to split or separate (something) into two or more parts.

As a noun divide

is a thing that divides.

As an adjective distinct is

capable of being perceived very clearly.

Divide vs Intersect - What's the difference?

divide | intersect |


As verbs the difference between divide and intersect

is that divide is to split or separate (something) into two or more parts while intersect is to cut into or between; to cut or cross mutually; to divide into parts.

As a noun divide

is a thing that divides.

Spread vs Divide - What's the difference?

spread | divide |


In lang=en terms the difference between spread and divide

is that spread is to cover (something) with a thin layer of some substance, as of butter while divide is to separate into two or more parts.

As verbs the difference between spread and divide

is that spread is to stretch out, open out (a material etc) so that it more fully covers a given area of space while divide is to split or separate (something) into two or more parts.

As nouns the difference between spread and divide

is that spread is the act of spreading or something that has been spread while divide is a thing that divides.

Fractionate vs Divide - What's the difference?

fractionate | divide |


As verbs the difference between fractionate and divide

is that fractionate is (chemistry) to separate (a mixture) into its individual constituents by exploiting differences in some chemical or physical property, such as boiling point, particle size, solubility etc while divide is to split or separate (something) into two or more parts.

As a noun divide is

a thing that divides.

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