earnt

Earnt - What does it mean?

earnt | |

Earnt vs Eared - What's the difference?

earnt | eared |


As verbs the difference between earnt and eared

is that earnt is (chiefly british) (earn) while eared is (ear).

As an adjective eared is

(mostly|in combination) having ears (of a specific type).

Earnt vs Earn - What's the difference?

earnt | earn |


As verbs the difference between earnt and earn

is that earnt is (chiefly british) (earn) while earn is (lb) to gain (success, reward, recognition) through applied effort or work or earn can be (uk|dialect|dated) to curdle, as milk or earn can be (obsolete) to long; to yearn.

As a noun earn is

.

Earnt vs Earst - What's the difference?

earnt | earst |


As a verb earnt

is (chiefly british) (earn).

As an adverb earst is

.

Earns vs Earnt - What's the difference?

earns | earnt |


As verbs the difference between earns and earnt

is that earns is (earn) while earnt is (chiefly british) (earn).

Larnt vs Earnt - What's the difference?

larnt | earnt |


As verbs the difference between larnt and earnt

is that larnt is (larn) while earnt is (chiefly british) (earn).

Earnt vs Harnt - What's the difference?

earnt | harnt |


As a verb earnt

is (chiefly british) (earn).

As a noun harnt is

(us|dialect).

Learnt vs Earnt - What's the difference?

learnt | earnt |


As verbs the difference between learnt and earnt

is that learnt is (learn) while earnt is (chiefly british) (earn).

Taxonomy vs Earnt - What's the difference?

taxonomy | earnt |


As a noun taxonomy

is the science or the technique used to make a classification.

As a verb earnt is

(chiefly british) (earn).

Earnt or Earned - What's the difference?

earnt | earned | Alternative forms |

Earned is an alternative form of earnt.

Earnt is an alternative form of earned.


As verbs the difference between earnt and earned

is that earnt is (chiefly british) (earn) while earned is (earn).