entire

Entire vs Genera - What's the difference?

entire | genera |


As an adjective entire

is (sometimes|postpositive) whole; complete.

As a noun entire

is an uncastrated horse; a stallion.

As a verb genera is

.

Corporate vs Entire - What's the difference?

corporate | entire |


As adjectives the difference between corporate and entire

is that corporate is of or relating to a corporation while entire is (sometimes|postpositive) whole; complete.

As nouns the difference between corporate and entire

is that corporate is (finance) a bond issued by a corporation while entire is an uncastrated horse; a stallion.

As a verb corporate

is (obsolete|transitive) to incorporate.

Entire vs Hold - What's the difference?

entire | hold |


As an adjective entire

is (sometimes|postpositive) whole; complete.

As a noun entire

is an uncastrated horse; a stallion.

As a proper noun hold is

moon.

Macro vs Entire - What's the difference?

macro | entire |


As adjectives the difference between macro and entire

is that macro is very large in scope or scale while entire is (sometimes|postpositive) whole; complete.

As nouns the difference between macro and entire

is that macro is (programming|computing) a comparatively human-friendly abbreviation of complicated input to a computer program or macro can be (photography) macro lens while entire is an uncastrated horse; a stallion.

Plain vs Entire - What's the difference?

plain | entire |


As adjectives the difference between plain and entire

is that plain is while entire is (sometimes|postpositive) whole; complete.

As nouns the difference between plain and entire

is that plain is (rare|poetic) a lamentation or plain can be an expanse of land with relatively low relief while entire is an uncastrated horse; a stallion.

As an adverb plain

is (colloquial) simply.

As a verb plain

is to lament, bewail or plain can be (obsolete|transitive) to plane or level; to make plain or even on the surface.

Entire vs Allover - What's the difference?

entire | allover |


As adjectives the difference between entire and allover

is that entire is (sometimes|postpositive) whole; complete while allover is .

As a noun entire

is an uncastrated horse; a stallion.

Entire vs Shole - What's the difference?

entire | shole |


As nouns the difference between entire and shole

is that entire is an uncastrated horse; a stallion while shole is .

As an adjective entire

is (sometimes|postpositive) whole; complete.

Consummated vs Entire - What's the difference?

consummated | entire | Related terms |

Consummated is a related term of entire.


As a verb consummated

is (consummate).

As an adjective entire is

(sometimes|postpositive) whole; complete.

As a noun entire is

an uncastrated horse; a stallion.

Timeless vs Entire - What's the difference?

timeless | entire |


As adjectives the difference between timeless and entire

is that timeless is eternal while entire is (sometimes|postpositive) whole; complete.

As a noun entire is

an uncastrated horse; a stallion.

Broad vs Entire - What's the difference?

broad | entire |


As adjectives the difference between broad and entire

is that broad is wide in extent or scope while entire is (sometimes|postpositive) whole; complete.

As nouns the difference between broad and entire

is that broad is (dated) a prostitute, a woman of loose morals while entire is an uncastrated horse; a stallion.

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