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Elect vs Identify - What's the difference?

elect | identify |


In lang=en terms the difference between elect and identify

is that elect is to choose (a candidate) in an election while identify is to claim an identity; to describe oneself as a member of a group; to assert the use of a particular term to describe oneself.

As verbs the difference between elect and identify

is that elect is to choose or make a decision (to do something) while identify is to establish the identity of someone or something.

As a noun elect

is one chosen or set apart.

As an adjective elect

is (used only after the noun) who has been elected in a specified post, but has not yet entered office.

Elect vs Delegate - What's the difference?

elect | delegate |


As nouns the difference between elect and delegate

is that elect is one chosen or set apart while delegate is a person authorized to act as representative for another; a deputy.

As verbs the difference between elect and delegate

is that elect is to choose or make a decision (to do something) while delegate is to authorize someone to be a delegate.

As an adjective elect

is (used only after the noun) who has been elected in a specified post, but has not yet entered office.

Return vs Elect - What's the difference?

return | elect |


As verbs the difference between return and elect

is that return is to come or go back (to a place or person) while elect is to choose or make a decision (to do something).

As nouns the difference between return and elect

is that return is the act of returning while elect is one chosen or set apart.

As an adjective elect is

(used only after the noun) who has been elected in a specified post, but has not yet entered office.

Elect vs Appoint - What's the difference?

elect | appoint |


In lang=en terms the difference between elect and appoint

is that elect is to choose (a candidate) in an election while appoint is to furnish completely; to provide with all the equipment necessary; to equip or fit out.

As verbs the difference between elect and appoint

is that elect is to choose or make a decision (to do something) while appoint is (obsolete|transitive) to fix with power or firmness; to establish; to mark out.

As a noun elect

is one chosen or set apart.

As an adjective elect

is (used only after the noun) who has been elected in a specified post, but has not yet entered office.

Elect vs Follow - What's the difference?

elect | follow | Related terms |

Elect is a related term of follow.


In lang=en terms the difference between elect and follow

is that elect is to choose (a candidate) in an election while follow is to walk in, as a road or course; to attend upon closely, as a profession or calling.

As verbs the difference between elect and follow

is that elect is to choose or make a decision (to do something) while follow is to go after; to pursue; to move behind in the same path or direction.

As a noun elect

is one chosen or set apart.

As an adjective elect

is (used only after the noun) who has been elected in a specified post, but has not yet entered office.

Prefer vs Elect - What's the difference?

prefer | elect | Synonyms |

Prefer is a synonym of elect.


As verbs the difference between prefer and elect

is that prefer is while elect is to choose or make a decision (to do something).

As a noun elect is

one chosen or set apart.

As an adjective elect is

(used only after the noun) who has been elected in a specified post, but has not yet entered office.

Elect vs Adopt - What's the difference?

elect | adopt | Related terms |

Elect is a related term of adopt.


In lang=en terms the difference between elect and adopt

is that elect is to choose (a candidate) in an election while adopt is to select and take or approve.

As verbs the difference between elect and adopt

is that elect is to choose or make a decision (to do something) while adopt is (with relationship specified) to take by choice into relationship, child, heir, friend, citizen, etc.

As a noun elect

is one chosen or set apart.

As an adjective elect

is (used only after the noun) who has been elected in a specified post, but has not yet entered office.

Elect vs Cliquish - What's the difference?

elect | cliquish | Related terms |

Elect is a related term of cliquish.


As adjectives the difference between elect and cliquish

is that elect is (used only after the noun) who has been elected in a specified post, but has not yet entered office while cliquish is of or pertaining to a clique.

As a noun elect

is one chosen or set apart.

As a verb elect

is to choose or make a decision (to do something).

Eclectic vs Elect - What's the difference?

eclectic | elect |


As adjectives the difference between eclectic and elect

is that eclectic is selecting a mixture of what appears to be best of various doctrines, methods or styles while elect is (used only after the noun) who has been elected in a specified post, but has not yet entered office.

As nouns the difference between eclectic and elect

is that eclectic is someone who selects according to the eclectic method while elect is one chosen or set apart.

As a verb elect is

to choose or make a decision (to do something).

Exclusive vs Elect - What's the difference?

exclusive | elect | Synonyms |

Exclusive is a synonym of elect.


As adjectives the difference between exclusive and elect

is that exclusive is (literally) excluding items or members that do not meet certain conditions while elect is (used only after the noun) who has been elected in a specified post, but has not yet entered office.

As nouns the difference between exclusive and elect

is that exclusive is information (or an artefact) that is granted or obtained exclusively while elect is one chosen or set apart.

As a verb elect is

to choose or make a decision (to do something).

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