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Penetrate vs Filter - What's the difference?

penetrate | filter |


As a verb penetrate

is to enter into; to make way into the interior of; to pierce.

As a noun filter is

filter.

Filter vs Filtering - What's the difference?

filter | filtering |


As nouns the difference between filter and filtering

is that filter is filter while filtering is something that passes through a filter.

As a verb filtering is

.

Filter vs Purifier - What's the difference?

filter | purifier |


As nouns the difference between filter and purifier

is that filter is filter while purifier is a person or device that purifies]] (by removing [[impurity|impurities).

Decantation vs Filter - What's the difference?

decantation | filter |


As nouns the difference between decantation and filter

is that decantation is decantation while filter is filter.

Fill vs Filter - What's the difference?

fill | filter |


As a proper noun fill

is .

As a noun filter is

filter.

Filter vs Winnow - What's the difference?

filter | winnow |


As nouns the difference between filter and winnow

is that filter is filter while winnow is that which winnows or which is used in winnowing; a contrivance for fanning or winnowing grain.

As a verb winnow is

(agriculture) to subject (granular material, especially food grain) to a current of air separating heavier and lighter components, as grain from chaff.

Filter vs Null - What's the difference?

filter | null |


As nouns the difference between filter and null

is that filter is filter while null is zero, nil; the cardinal number before einn.

Selection vs Filter - What's the difference?

selection | filter |


As nouns the difference between selection and filter

is that selection is selection while filter is filter.

Filter vs Filter - What's the difference?

filter | filter |


As nouns the difference between filter and filter

is that filter is filter while filter is filter.

Permeate vs Filter - What's the difference?

permeate | filter |


As nouns the difference between permeate and filter

is that permeate is a watery by-product of milk production while filter is filter.

As a verb permeate

is to pass through the pores or interstices of; to penetrate and pass through without causing rupture or displacement; -- applied especially to fluids which pass through substances of loose texture; as, water permeates sand.

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