facultative

Facultative vs Provisional - What's the difference?

facultative | provisional |


As an adjective facultative

is of or relating to faculty, especially to mental faculty.

As a noun provisional is

a member of the.

Facultative - What does it mean?

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Facultative vs Obligatenorthernborealtreespecies - What's the difference?

facultative | obligatenorthernborealtreespecies |

Facultative vs Obligativeterms - What's the difference?

facultative | obligativeterms |

Taxonomy vs Facultative - What's the difference?

taxonomy | facultative |


As a noun taxonomy

is the science or the technique used to make a classification.

As an adjective facultative is

of or relating to faculty, especially to mental faculty.

Facultative vs Nonfacultative - What's the difference?

facultative | nonfacultative |


As adjectives the difference between facultative and nonfacultative

is that facultative is of or relating to faculty, especially to mental faculty while nonfacultative is not facultative.

Facultatively vs Facultative - What's the difference?

facultatively | facultative | Derived terms |

Facultatively is a derived term of facultative.


As an adverb facultatively

is in a facultative manner.

As an adjective facultative is

of or relating to faculty, especially to mental faculty.

Host vs Facultative - What's the difference?

host | facultative |


In context|biology|lang=en terms the difference between host and facultative

is that host is (biology) a cell or organism which harbors another organism or biological entity, usually a parasite while facultative is (biology) able to perform a particular life function, or to live generally, in more than one way.

As a noun host

is one which receives or entertains a guest, socially, commercially, or officially or host can be a multitude of people arrayed as an army; used also in religious senses, as: heavenly host (of angels) or host can be (catholicism) the consecrated bread or wafer of the eucharist.

As a verb host

is to perform the role of a host.

As an adjective facultative is

of or relating to faculty, especially to mental faculty.

Power vs Facultative - What's the difference?

power | facultative |


As a noun power

is (social) effectiveness.

As a verb power

is to provide power for (a mechanical or electronic device).

As an adjective facultative is

of or relating to faculty, especially to mental faculty.

Permission vs Facultative - What's the difference?

permission | facultative |


As a noun permission

is authorisation; consent (especially formal consent from someone in authority).

As an adjective facultative is

of or relating to faculty, especially to mental faculty.

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