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Forward vs Repeat - What's the difference?

forward | repeat |


As nouns the difference between forward and repeat

is that forward is (dialectal|or|obsolete) agreement; covenant or forward can be (rugby) one of the eight players (comprising two props, one hooker, two locks, two flankers and one number eight, collectively known as the pack) whose primary task is to gain and maintain possession of the ball (compare back) while repeat is an iteration; a repetition.

As verbs the difference between forward and repeat

is that forward is to advance, promote while repeat is (intransitive) to do or say again (and again).

As an adjective forward

is toward the front or at the front.

As an adverb forward

is towards the front or from the front.

Countenance vs Forward - What's the difference?

countenance | forward | Related terms |

Countenance is a related term of forward.


In lang=en terms the difference between countenance and forward

is that countenance is to tolerate, support, sanction, patronise or approve of something while forward is to send (a letter, email etc) to a third party.

As nouns the difference between countenance and forward

is that countenance is appearance, especially the features and expression of the face while forward is (dialectal|or|obsolete) agreement; covenant or forward can be (rugby) one of the eight players (comprising two props, one hooker, two locks, two flankers and one number eight, collectively known as the pack) whose primary task is to gain and maintain possession of the ball (compare back).

As verbs the difference between countenance and forward

is that countenance is to tolerate, support, sanction, patronise or approve of something while forward is to advance, promote.

As an adjective forward is

toward the front or at the front.

As an adverb forward is

towards the front or from the front.

Forward vs Timely - What's the difference?

forward | timely | Related terms |

Forward is a related term of timely.


As adjectives the difference between forward and timely

is that forward is toward the front or at the front while timely is done at the proper time.

As adverbs the difference between forward and timely

is that forward is towards the front or from the front while timely is (archaic) in good time; early, quickly.

As a noun forward

is (dialectal|or|obsolete) agreement; covenant or forward can be (rugby) one of the eight players (comprising two props, one hooker, two locks, two flankers and one number eight, collectively known as the pack) whose primary task is to gain and maintain possession of the ball (compare back).

As a verb forward

is to advance, promote.

Hasten vs Forward - What's the difference?

hasten | forward | Related terms |

Hasten is a related term of forward.


As nouns the difference between hasten and forward

is that hasten is while forward is (dialectal|or|obsolete) agreement; covenant or forward can be (rugby) one of the eight players (comprising two props, one hooker, two locks, two flankers and one number eight, collectively known as the pack) whose primary task is to gain and maintain possession of the ball (compare back).

As an adjective forward is

toward the front or at the front.

As an adverb forward is

towards the front or from the front.

As a verb forward is

to advance, promote.

Forward vs Relay - What's the difference?

forward | relay |


In lang=en terms the difference between forward and relay

is that forward is to send (a letter, email etc) to a third party while relay is to pass on or transfer (information).

As nouns the difference between forward and relay

is that forward is (dialectal|or|obsolete) agreement; covenant or forward can be (rugby) one of the eight players (comprising two props, one hooker, two locks, two flankers and one number eight, collectively known as the pack) whose primary task is to gain and maintain possession of the ball (compare back) while relay is .

As verbs the difference between forward and relay

is that forward is to advance, promote while relay is (obsolete|intransitive|hunting) to release a new set of hounds or relay can be .

As an adjective forward

is toward the front or at the front.

As an adverb forward

is towards the front or from the front.

Forward vs Inward - What's the difference?

forward | inward |


As nouns the difference between forward and inward

is that forward is (dialectal|or|obsolete) agreement; covenant or forward can be (rugby) one of the eight players (comprising two props, one hooker, two locks, two flankers and one number eight, collectively known as the pack) whose primary task is to gain and maintain possession of the ball (compare back) while inward is (obsolete|chiefly|in the plural) that which is inward or within; the inner parts or organs of the body; the viscera.

As adjectives the difference between forward and inward

is that forward is toward the front or at the front while inward is situated on the inside; that is within, inner; belonging to the inside.

As adverbs the difference between forward and inward

is that forward is towards the front or from the front while inward is towards the inside.

As a verb forward

is to advance, promote.

Nominate vs Forward - What's the difference?

nominate | forward |


As verbs the difference between nominate and forward

is that nominate is to name someone as a candidate for a particular role or position, including that of an office while forward is to advance, promote.

As adjectives the difference between nominate and forward

is that nominate is (zoology) nominotypical while forward is toward the front or at the front.

As a noun forward is

(dialectal|or|obsolete) agreement; covenant or forward can be (rugby) one of the eight players (comprising two props, one hooker, two locks, two flankers and one number eight, collectively known as the pack) whose primary task is to gain and maintain possession of the ball (compare back).

As an adverb forward is

towards the front or from the front.

Strenuous vs Forward - What's the difference?

strenuous | forward | Related terms |

Strenuous is a related term of forward.


As adjectives the difference between strenuous and forward

is that strenuous is urgent, ardent, zealous while forward is toward the front or at the front.

As a noun forward is

(dialectal|or|obsolete) agreement; covenant or forward can be (rugby) one of the eight players (comprising two props, one hooker, two locks, two flankers and one number eight, collectively known as the pack) whose primary task is to gain and maintain possession of the ball (compare back).

As an adverb forward is

towards the front or from the front.

As a verb forward is

to advance, promote.

Referral vs Forward - What's the difference?

referral | forward |


As nouns the difference between referral and forward

is that referral is the act or process of transferring someone or something to another, of sending by reference, or referring while forward is (dialectal|or|obsolete) agreement; covenant or forward can be (rugby) one of the eight players (comprising two props, one hooker, two locks, two flankers and one number eight, collectively known as the pack) whose primary task is to gain and maintain possession of the ball (compare back).

As an adjective forward is

toward the front or at the front.

As an adverb forward is

towards the front or from the front.

As a verb forward is

to advance, promote.

Eager vs Forward - What's the difference?

eager | forward | Synonyms |

Eager is a synonym of forward.


As adjectives the difference between eager and forward

is that eager is (obsolete) sharp; sour; acid while forward is toward the front or at the front.

As nouns the difference between eager and forward

is that eager is (tidal bore) while forward is (dialectal|or|obsolete) agreement; covenant or forward can be (rugby) one of the eight players (comprising two props, one hooker, two locks, two flankers and one number eight, collectively known as the pack) whose primary task is to gain and maintain possession of the ball (compare back).

As an adverb forward is

towards the front or from the front.

As a verb forward is

to advance, promote.

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