field

Shortage vs Field - What's the difference?

shortage | field |


As a noun shortage

is a lack or deficiency; an insufficient amount.

As a proper noun field is

.

Team vs Field - What's the difference?

team | field |


As a noun team

is team.

As a proper noun field is

.

Field vs Circuit - What's the difference?

field | circuit | Related terms |

Field is a related term of circuit.


As a proper noun field

is .

As a noun circuit is

the act of moving or revolving around, or as in a circle or orbit; a revolution; as, the periodical circuit of the earth around the sun.

As a verb circuit is

(obsolete) to move in a circle; to go round; to circulate.

Field vs Beyond - What's the difference?

field | beyond |


As a proper noun field

is .

As a preposition beyond is

further away than.

As an adverb beyond is

farther along or away.

As a noun beyond is

the unknown.

Harvest vs Field - What's the difference?

harvest | field |


As a noun harvest

is the third season of the year; autumn; fall.

As a verb harvest

is to bring in a harvest; reap; glean.

As a proper noun field is

.

Field vs Parameter - What's the difference?

field | parameter |


As a proper noun field

is .

As a noun parameter is

parameter.

Field vs Programme - What's the difference?

field | programme |


As a proper noun field

is .

As a verb programme is

.

Cell vs Field - What's the difference?

cell | field |


As a noun cell

is a single-room dwelling for a hermit or cell can be (us|informal) a cellular phone.

As a verb cell

is to place or enclose in a cell.

As a proper noun field is

.

Paddock vs Field - What's the difference?

paddock | field |


As a noun paddock

is (archaic except in dialects) a frog or toad or paddock can be a small enclosure or field of grassland, especially for horses.

As a verb paddock

is to provide with a paddock to keep in, or place in, a paddock.

As a proper noun field is

.

Field vs Parcel - What's the difference?

field | parcel |


As a proper noun field

is .

As a noun parcel is

a package wrapped for shipment.

As a verb parcel is

to wrap something up into the form of a package.

As an adverb parcel is

(obsolete) part or half; in part; partially.

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