episode

Episode vs Explode - What's the difference?

episode | explode |


As a noun episode

is episode (all meanings).

As a verb explode is

to destroy with an explosion.

Episode vs Narrative - What's the difference?

episode | narrative |


As nouns the difference between episode and narrative

is that episode is episode (all meanings) while narrative is the systematic recitation of an event or series of events.

As an adjective narrative is

telling a story.

Episode vs Scenario - What's the difference?

episode | scenario |


As nouns the difference between episode and scenario

is that episode is episode (all meanings) while scenario is .

Episode vs Occurence - What's the difference?

episode | occurence |


As nouns the difference between episode and occurence

is that episode is episode (all meanings) while occurence is .

Cycle vs Episode - What's the difference?

cycle | episode |


As nouns the difference between cycle and episode

is that cycle is an interval of space or time in which one set of events or phenomena is completed while episode is episode (all meanings).

As a verb cycle

is to ride a bicycle or other.

Episode vs Parts - What's the difference?

episode | parts |


As nouns the difference between episode and parts

is that episode is episode (all meanings) while parts is .

As a verb parts is

(part).

Spoof vs Episode - What's the difference?

spoof | episode |


As nouns the difference between spoof and episode

is that spoof is a hoax or spoof can be (australian|new zealand|slang) semen while episode is episode (all meanings).

As an adjective spoof

is fake.

As a verb spoof

is to gently satirize or spoof can be (australian|new zealand|slang) to ejaculate, to come.

Period vs Episode - What's the difference?

period | episode |


As nouns the difference between period and episode

is that period is (obsolete|medicine) the length of time for a disease to run its course while episode is episode (all meanings).

As an adjective period

is appropriate for a given historical era.

As an interjection period

is (chiefly|north america) and nothing else; and nothing less; used for emphasis.

As a verb period

is (obsolete|intransitive) to come to a period; to conclude.

Episode vs Topic - What's the difference?

episode | topic |


As nouns the difference between episode and topic

is that episode is episode (all meanings) while topic is subject; theme; a category or general area of interest.

As an adjective topic is

(l).

Episode vs Encounter - What's the difference?

episode | encounter |


As nouns the difference between episode and encounter

is that episode is episode (all meanings) while encounter is an unplanned or unexpected meeting.

As a verb encounter is

to meet (someone) or find (something) unexpectedly.

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