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Wikidiffcom vs Gates - What's the difference?

wikidiffcom | gates |


As a proper noun gates is

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Gates vs Fence - What's the difference?

gates | fence |


As a proper noun gates

is .

As a noun fence is

a thin, human-constructed barrier which separates two pieces of land or a house perimeter.

As a verb fence is

(lb) to enclose, contain or separate by building fence.

Gates vs Hates - What's the difference?

gates | hates |


As a proper noun gates

is .

As a verb hates is

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Gales vs Gates - What's the difference?

gales | gates |


As an adjective gales

is welsh (from wales).

As a noun gales

is welshman (man who is a native or inhabitant of wales).

As a proper noun gates is

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Gates vs Nates - What's the difference?

gates | nates |


As a proper noun gates

is .

As a noun nates is

(anatomy|medicine) the two anterior of the four lobes on the dorsal side of the midbrain of most mammals; the anterior optic lobes.

Gates vs Dates - What's the difference?

gates | dates |


As a proper noun gates

is .

As a noun dates is

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Pates vs Gates - What's the difference?

pates | gates |


As a noun pates

is .

As a proper noun gates is

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Vates vs Gates - What's the difference?

vates | gates |


As a noun vates

is .

As a proper noun gates is

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Lates vs Gates - What's the difference?

lates | gates |


As a verb lates

is .

As a proper noun gates is

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Grates vs Gates - What's the difference?

grates | gates |


As a noun grates

is .

As a proper noun gates is

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