endash

Encash vs Endash - What's the difference?

encash | endash |


As a verb encash

is to convert a financial instrument or funding source into cash.

As a noun endash is

.

Endash vs Fix - What's the difference?

endash | fix |


As a noun endash

is .

As an abbreviation fix is

(clotting factor ix).

Endash vs War - What's the difference?

endash | war |


As a noun endash

is .

As a proper noun war is

the personification of war, often depicted in armor, and riding a red horse.

Endash vs Hyphen - What's the difference?

endash | hyphen |


As nouns the difference between endash and hyphen

is that endash is while hyphen is symbol "", typically used to join two or more words to form a compound term, or to indicate that a word has been split at the end of a line.

As a verb hyphen is

(dated) to separate or punctuate with a hyphen; to hyphenate.

As a proper noun hyphen is

(colloquial) (used to refer to a person with a hyphenated name).

As a conjunction hyphen is

(used to emphasize the coordinating function usually indicated by the punctuation "-").

Setlan vs Endash - What's the difference?

setlan | endash |

Endash vs Emdash - What's the difference?

endash | emdash |


As nouns the difference between endash and emdash

is that endash is while emdash is .

Endash vs Boss - What's the difference?

endash | boss |


As nouns the difference between endash and boss

is that endash is while boss is a swelling, lump or protuberance in an animal, person or object or boss can be (obsolete) a hassock or small seat, especially made from a bundle of straw or boss can be a person who oversees and directs the work of others; a supervisor.

As a verb boss is

to decorate with bosses; to emboss or boss can be to exercise authoritative control over; to lord over; to boss around; to tell (someone) what to do, often repeatedly.

As a adjective boss is

(slang|american|liverpool) of excellent quality, first-rate.