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Eligible vs Prospect - What's the difference?

eligible | prospect |


As an adjective eligible

is eligible.

As a noun prospect is

the region which the eye overlooks at one time; view; scene; outlook.

As a verb prospect is

to search, as for gold.

Eligible vs Meet - What's the difference?

eligible | meet | Related terms |

Eligible is a related term of meet.


As adjectives the difference between eligible and meet

is that eligible is eligible while meet is suitable; right; proper.

As a verb meet is

(lb) of individuals: to make personal contact .

As a noun meet is

a sports competition, especially for athletics or swimming.

Eligible vs Encompass - What's the difference?

eligible | encompass |


As an adjective eligible

is eligible.

As a verb encompass is

to form a circle around; to encircle.

Eligible vs Competence - What's the difference?

eligible | competence |


As an adjective eligible

is eligible.

As a noun competence is

skill.

Eligible vs Qualifying - What's the difference?

eligible | qualifying |


As an adjective eligible

is eligible.

As a verb qualifying is

.

As a noun qualifying is

a qualification or added condition.

Eligible vs Explicit - What's the difference?

eligible | explicit |


As adjectives the difference between eligible and explicit

is that eligible is eligible while explicit is explicit.

Eligible vs Legal - What's the difference?

eligible | legal |


As adjectives the difference between eligible and legal

is that eligible is eligible while legal is legal, lawful.

Eligible vs Unsuitable - What's the difference?

eligible | unsuitable |


As adjectives the difference between eligible and unsuitable

is that eligible is eligible while unsuitable is not suitable; unfit; inappropriate.

Eligible vs Quality - What's the difference?

eligible | quality |


As adjectives the difference between eligible and quality

is that eligible is eligible while quality is being of good worth, well made, fit for purpose.

As a noun quality is

(uncountable) level of excellence.

Eligible vs Authorize - What's the difference?

eligible | authorize |


As an adjective eligible

is eligible.

As a verb authorize is

to grant (someone) the permission or power necessary to do (something).

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