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Shallow vs Fine - What's the difference?

shallow | fine |


As verbs the difference between shallow and fine

is that shallow is to make or become less deep while fine is .

As an adjective shallow

is having little depth; significantly less deep than wide.

As a noun shallow

is a shallow portion of an otherwise deep body of water.

Fine vs Honorable - What's the difference?

fine | honorable | Related terms |

Fine is a related term of honorable.


As a verb fine

is .

As an adjective honorable is

(us) worthy of respect; respectable.

Fine vs Respectable - What's the difference?

fine | respectable | Related terms |

Fine is a related term of respectable.


As a verb fine

is .

As an adjective respectable is

deserving respect.

Little vs Fine - What's the difference?

little | fine | Related terms |

Little is a related term of fine.


As a proper noun little

is .

As a verb fine is

.

Finner vs Fine - What's the difference?

finner | fine |


As a noun finner

is a finback whale.

As a verb fine is

.

Fine vs Favorable - What's the difference?

fine | favorable | Related terms |

Fine is a related term of favorable.


As a verb fine

is .

As an adjective favorable is

pleasing, encouraging or approving.

Fine vs Handicap - What's the difference?

fine | handicap | Related terms |

Fine is a related term of handicap.


As verbs the difference between fine and handicap

is that fine is while handicap is to encumber with a handicap in any contest.

As a noun handicap is

something that prevents, hampers, or hinders.

Fine vs Expense - What's the difference?

fine | expense |


As verbs the difference between fine and expense

is that fine is while expense is to charge a cost against an expense account; to bill something to the company for which one works.

As a noun expense is

a spending or consuming often specifically an act of disbursing or spending funds.

Crip vs Fine - What's the difference?

crip | fine |


As a noun crip

is a member of , a violent los angeles criminal gang that has an intense and bitter rivalry with the bloods.

As a verb fine is

.

Copacetic vs Fine - What's the difference?

copacetic | fine |


As an adjective copacetic

is (us) fine, excellent, ok.

As a verb fine is

.

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