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First vs Preliminary - What's the difference?

first | preliminary |


As nouns the difference between first and preliminary

is that first is ridge (of roof) while preliminary is a preparation for a main matter; an introduction.

As an adjective preliminary is

in preparation for the main matter; initial, introductory, preparatory.

First vs Primer - What's the difference?

first | primer |


As nouns the difference between first and primer

is that first is ridge (of roof) while primer is an elementary textbook introducing a topic, or teaching basic concepts.

As an adjective primer is

(obsolete) first; original; primary.

First vs St - What's the difference?

first | st |


As nouns the difference between first and st

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

Previously vs First - What's the difference?

previously | first |


As an adverb previously

is at an earlier time.

As a noun first is

ridge (of roof).

First vs Official - What's the difference?

first | official |


As nouns the difference between first and official

is that first is ridge (of roof) while official is an office holder invested with powers and authorities.

As an adjective official is

of or pertaining to an office or public trust.

Founding vs First - What's the difference?

founding | first |


As nouns the difference between founding and first

is that founding is the action of the verb to found ; the establishment of something while first is ridge (of roof).

As a verb founding

is .

As an adjective founding

is who or that founds or found.

First vs Then - What's the difference?

first | then |


As nouns the difference between first and then

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

As an adverb then is

(label) at that time.

As an adjective then is

being so at that time.

As a conjunction then is

.

Single vs First - What's the difference?

single | first |


As nouns the difference between single and first

is that single is single (45rpm vinyl record) while first is ridge (of roof).

Debut vs First - What's the difference?

debut | first |


As nouns the difference between debut and first

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

First vs Beforehand - What's the difference?

first | beforehand |


As a noun first

is ridge (of roof).

As an adverb beforehand is

at an earlier or preceding time.

As an adjective beforehand is

(obsolete) in comfortable circumstances as regards property; forehanded.

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