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Fire vs First - What's the difference?

fire | first |


As nouns the difference between fire and first

is that fire is the sector of the economy including finance, insurance and real estate businesses while first is ridge (of roof).

First vs First - What's the difference?

first | first |


As nouns the difference between first and first

is that first is ridge (of roof) while first is ridge (of roof).

First vs Primero - What's the difference?

first | primero |


As nouns the difference between first and primero

is that first is ridge (of roof) while primero is an old card game resembling poker.

First vs Paramount - What's the difference?

first | paramount |


As a noun first

is ridge (of roof).

As an adjective paramount is

supreme; highest; chief.

First vs Eldest - What's the difference?

first | eldest | Synonyms |

First is a synonym of eldest.


As a noun first

is ridge (of roof).

As an adjective eldest is

(old); greatest in age or seniority.

Simple vs First - What's the difference?

simple | first | Related terms |

Simple is a related term of first.


As nouns the difference between simple and first

is that simple is (medicine) a preparation made from one plant, as opposed to something made from more than one plant while first is ridge (of roof).

As an adjective simple

is uncomplicated; taken by itself, with nothing added.

As a verb simple

is (transitive|intransitive|archaic) to gather simples, ie, medicinal herbs.

Start vs First - What's the difference?

start | first |


As an acronym start

is (law).

As a noun first is

ridge (of roof).

First vs Occasional - What's the difference?

first | occasional |


As a noun first

is ridge (of roof).

As an adjective occasional is

occurring or appearing irregularly from time to time.

First vs Old-fashioned - What's the difference?

first | old-fashioned | Related terms |

First is a related term of old-fashioned.


As nouns the difference between first and old-fashioned

is that first is ridge (of roof) while old-fashioned is a whiskey-based cocktail.

As an adjective old-fashioned is

of a thing, outdated or no longer in vogue.

Ultimate vs First - What's the difference?

ultimate | first |


As nouns the difference between ultimate and first

is that ultimate is the most basic or fundamental of a set of things while first is ridge (of roof).

As an adjective ultimate

is final; last in a series.

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