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En vs Rss - What's the difference?

en | rss |


As a pronoun en

is he, him.

As an initialism rss is

(internet|deprecated).

En vs Feed - What's the difference?

en | feed |


As a pronoun en

is he, him.

As a verb feed is

(lb) to give (someone or something) food to eat or feed can be (fee).

As a noun feed is

(uncountable) food given to (especially herbivorous) animals.

En vs Wp - What's the difference?

en | wp |


As a pronoun en

is he, him.

As an initialism wp is

(newspaper) (washington post).

Locales vs En - What's the difference?

locales | en |


As a noun locales

is .

As a pronoun en is

he, him.

En vs Swf - What's the difference?

en | swf |


As a pronoun en

is he, him.

As a noun swf is

single (unmarried) white female.

As an initialism swf is

(software).

En vs Js - What's the difference?

en | js |


As a pronoun en

is he, him.

As an abbreviation js is

.

As a noun js is

.

Client vs En - What's the difference?

client | en |


As a noun client

is client, customer.

As a pronoun en is

he, him.

Jianbao vs En - What's the difference?

jianbao | en |


As a pronoun en is

he, him.

Template vs En - What's the difference?

template | en |


As a noun template

is a physical object whose shape is used as a guide to make other objects.

As a verb template

is to set up or mark off using a.

As a pronoun en is

he, him.

En vs Yes - What's the difference?

en | yes |


As a pronoun en

is he, him.

As an interjection yes is

used to express pleasure, joy, or great excitement.

As a noun yes is

an affirmative expression; an answer that shows agreement or acceptance.

As a verb yes is

(colloquial|transitive) to agree with, to affirm, to approve.

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