fewer

Lower vs Fewer - What's the difference?

lower | fewer |


As an adjective lower

is (low).

As an adverb lower

is .

As a verb lower

is to let descend by its own weight, as something suspended; to let down or lower can be .

As a determiner fewer is

the comparative of few ; a smaller number.

Fewer vs Lessthan - What's the difference?

fewer | lessthan |

Fewer vs Snark - What's the difference?

fewer | snark |


As a determiner fewer

is the comparative of few ; a smaller number.

As a noun snark is

snide remarks or snark can be (mathematics) a graph in which every node has three branches, and the edges cannot be coloured in fewer than four colours without two edges of the same colour meeting at a point.

As a verb snark is

to express oneself in a snarky fashion.

Fewer vs Lesser - What's the difference?

fewer | lesser | Related terms |

Fewer is a related term of lesser.


As a determiner fewer

is the comparative of few ; a smaller number.

As a adjective lesser is

(little).

As a noun lesser is

a thing that is of smaller size, value, importance etc.

Fewer vs Fewest - What's the difference?

fewer | fewest | Related terms |

Fewer is a related term of fewest.


As determiners the difference between fewer and fewest

is that fewer is the comparative of few ; a smaller number while fewest is ; the smallest number.

Few vs Fewer - What's the difference?

few | fewer |


As determiners the difference between few and fewer

is that few is (preceded by another determiner) an indefinite, but usually small, number of while fewer is the comparative of few ; a smaller number.

As a pronoun few

is few people, few things.

Comparative vs Fewer - What's the difference?

comparative | fewer |


As a adjective comparative

is of or relating to comparison.

As a noun comparative

is (grammar) a construction showing a relative quality, in english usually formed by adding more'' or appending ''-er'' for example, the comparative of ''green'' is ''greener''; of ''evil'', ''more evil .

As a determiner fewer is

the comparative of few ; a smaller number.

What is the difference between fewer and than?

fewer | than |


As a determiner fewer

is the comparative of few ; a smaller number.

As a conjunction than is

(obsolete|archaic|or|dialectal) (usually used with for) because; for.

As a preposition than is

introduces a comparison, and is associated with comparatives, and with words such as more'', ''less'', and ''fewer typically, it seeks to measure the force of an adjective or similar description between two predicates.

As a adverb than is

at that time; then.

What is the difference between fewer and less?

fewer | less |

Less is a see also of fewer.


As a determiner fewer

is the comparative of few ; a smaller number.

As a adverb less is

to smaller extent.

As a adjective less is

.

As a preposition less is

minus; not including.

As a verb less is

(obsolete) to make less; to lessen.

As a conjunction less is

(obsolete) unless.

What is the difference between fewer and abridge?

fewer | abridge |


As a determiner fewer

is the comparative of few ; a smaller number.

As a verb abridge is

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