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Allowance vs Eligible - What's the difference?

allowance | eligible |


As a noun allowance

is the act of allowing, granting, conceding, or admitting; authorization; permission; sanction; tolerance.

As a verb allowance

is to put upon a fixed allowance (especially of provisions and drink); to supply in a fixed and limited quantity.

As an adjective eligible is

eligible.

Eligible vs Required - What's the difference?

eligible | required |


As an adjective eligible

is eligible.

As a verb required is

(require).

Warranted vs Eligible - What's the difference?

warranted | eligible |


As adjectives the difference between warranted and eligible

is that warranted is authorized with a warrant while eligible is eligible.

As a verb warranted

is (warrant).

Ripe vs Eligible - What's the difference?

ripe | eligible | Related terms |

Ripe is a related term of eligible.


As a verb ripe

is .

As an adjective eligible is

eligible.

Eligible vs Lawful - What's the difference?

eligible | lawful |


As adjectives the difference between eligible and lawful

is that eligible is eligible while lawful is conforming to, or recognised by law or rules.

Authorised vs Eligible - What's the difference?

authorised | eligible | Related terms |

Authorised is a related term of eligible.


As adjectives the difference between authorised and eligible

is that authorised is while eligible is eligible.

As a verb authorised

is (authorise).

Eligible vs Available - What's the difference?

eligible | available |


As adjectives the difference between eligible and available

is that eligible is eligible while available is such as one may avail one’s self of; capable of being used for the accomplishment of a purpose.

Eligible vs Vali - What's the difference?

eligible | vali |


As an adjective eligible

is eligible.

As a proper noun vali is

king of kishkindha, a son of indra and the elder brother of sugriva in ramayana.

Eligible vs Abundant - What's the difference?

eligible | abundant |


As adjectives the difference between eligible and abundant

is that eligible is eligible while abundant is fully sufficient; found in copious supply; in great quantity; overflowing .

Applicable vs Eligible - What's the difference?

applicable | eligible |


As adjectives the difference between applicable and eligible

is that applicable is suitable for application, relevant while eligible is eligible.

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