focus

Reconnaissance vs Focus - What's the difference?

reconnaissance | focus |


As nouns the difference between reconnaissance and focus

is that reconnaissance is the act of scouting or exploring (especially military or medical) to gain information while focus is (countable|optics) a point at which reflected or refracted rays of light converge.

As a verb focus is

to cause (rays of light, etc) to converge at a single point.

Focus vs Recce - What's the difference?

focus | recce |


As nouns the difference between focus and recce

is that focus is (countable|optics) a point at which reflected or refracted rays of light converge while recce is (british|canada|military slang) reconnaissance.

As verbs the difference between focus and recce

is that focus is to cause (rays of light, etc) to converge at a single point while recce is (british|canada|military slang) reconnoitre.

As an adjective recce is

(british|canada|military slang) relating to reconnaissance.

Focus vs Drive - What's the difference?

focus | drive |


As verbs the difference between focus and drive

is that focus is to cause (rays of light, etc) to converge at a single point while drive is .

As a noun focus

is (countable|optics) a point at which reflected or refracted rays of light converge.

Focus vs Dedication - What's the difference?

focus | dedication |


In uncountable|lang=en terms the difference between focus and dedication

is that focus is (uncountable) concentration of attention while dedication is (uncountable) the act of dedicating or the state of being dedicated.

As nouns the difference between focus and dedication

is that focus is (countable|optics) a point at which reflected or refracted rays of light converge while dedication is (uncountable) the act of dedicating or the state of being dedicated.

As a verb focus

is to cause (rays of light, etc) to converge at a single point.

Focus vs Feature - What's the difference?

focus | feature |


As nouns the difference between focus and feature

is that focus is (countable|optics) a point at which reflected or refracted rays of light converge while feature is (label) one's structure or make-up; form, shape, bodily proportions.

As verbs the difference between focus and feature

is that focus is to cause (rays of light, etc) to converge at a single point while feature is to ascribe the greatest importance to something within a certain context.

Focus vs Devoted - What's the difference?

focus | devoted |


As verbs the difference between focus and devoted

is that focus is to cause (rays of light, etc) to converge at a single point while devoted is (devote).

As a noun focus

is (countable|optics) a point at which reflected or refracted rays of light converge.

As an adjective devoted is

vowed; dedicated; consecrated.

Focus vs Different - What's the difference?

focus | different |


As verbs the difference between focus and different

is that focus is to cause (rays of light, etc) to converge at a single point while different is .

As a noun focus

is (countable|optics) a point at which reflected or refracted rays of light converge.

Focus vs Core - What's the difference?

focus | core |


As nouns the difference between focus and core

is that focus is (countable|optics) a point at which reflected or refracted rays of light converge while core is crow.

As a verb focus

is to cause (rays of light, etc) to converge at a single point.

Focus vs Rationale - What's the difference?

focus | rationale |


As nouns the difference between focus and rationale

is that focus is (countable|optics) a point at which reflected or refracted rays of light converge while rationale is an explanation of the basis or fundamental reasons for something.

As a verb focus

is to cause (rays of light, etc) to converge at a single point.

Focus vs Purposeful - What's the difference?

focus | purposeful |


As a noun focus

is (countable|optics) a point at which reflected or refracted rays of light converge.

As a verb focus

is to cause (rays of light, etc) to converge at a single point.

As an adjective purposeful is

having purpose; intentional.

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