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Front vs On - What's the difference?

front | on |


As nouns the difference between front and on

is that front is the front end or side of something while on is lamb.

Front vs Frontier - What's the difference?

front | frontier |


As a noun front

is the front end or side of something.

As a proper noun frontier is

an unincorporated community in minnesota.

Anteriority vs Front - What's the difference?

anteriority | front |


As nouns the difference between anteriority and front

is that anteriority is the state of being anterior or preceding in time or in situation; priority while front is the front end or side of something.

Supine vs Front - What's the difference?

supine | front |


As nouns the difference between supine and front

is that supine is (grammar) a type of verbal noun while front is the front end or side of something.

As an adjective supine

is lying on its back, reclined.

League vs Front - What's the difference?

league | front |


As nouns the difference between league and front

is that league is a group or association of cooperating members or league can be (measurement) the distance that a person can walk in one hour, commonly taken to be approximately three english miles (about five kilometers) while front is the front end or side of something.

As a verb league

is to form an association; to unite in a league or confederacy; to combine for mutual support.

Head vs Front - What's the difference?

head | front |


As a proper noun head

is , from residence near a hilltop or the head of a river, or a byname for someone with an odd-looking head.

As a noun front is

the front end or side of something.

Front vs Gathering - What's the difference?

front | gathering |


As nouns the difference between front and gathering

is that front is the front end or side of something while gathering is a meeting or get-together; a party or social function.

As a verb gathering is

present continuous of gather; collecting or bringing together.

Unto vs Front - What's the difference?

unto | front |


As a proper noun unto

is .

As a noun front is

the front end or side of something.

Front vs Priority - What's the difference?

front | priority |


As nouns the difference between front and priority

is that front is the front end or side of something while priority is an item's relative importance.

Front vs Src - What's the difference?

front | src |


As a noun front

is the front end or side of something.

As an abbreviation src is

source.

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