generation

Contemporary vs Generation - What's the difference?

contemporary | generation |


As nouns the difference between contemporary and generation

is that contemporary is someone or something living at the same time, or of roughly the same age as another while generation is generation (act of generating).

As an adjective contemporary

is from the same time period, coexistent in time.

Combined vs Generation - What's the difference?

combined | generation |


As an adjective combined

is resulting from the addition of several sources, parts, elements, aspects, etc able to be united together, to converge.

As a verb combined

is (combine).

As a noun generation is

generation (act of generating).

Emerge vs Generation - What's the difference?

emerge | generation |


As a verb emerge

is .

As a noun generation is

generation (act of generating).

Generous vs Generation - What's the difference?

generous | generation |


As an adjective generous

is (obsolete) of noble birth.

As a noun generation is

generation (act of generating).

Generation vs Seed - What's the difference?

generation | seed |


As nouns the difference between generation and seed

is that generation is generation (act of generating) while seed is (senseid)(countable) a fertilized grain, initially encased in a fruit, which may grow into a mature plant.

As a verb seed is

to plant or sow an area with seeds.

Derivation vs Generation - What's the difference?

derivation | generation |


As nouns the difference between derivation and generation

is that derivation is diversion while generation is generation (act of generating).

Devise vs Generation - What's the difference?

devise | generation |


As a verb devise

is .

As a noun generation is

generation (act of generating).

Generation vs Line - What's the difference?

generation | line | Synonyms |

Generation is a synonym of line.


As nouns the difference between generation and line

is that generation is generation (act of generating) while line is line.

Generation vs Epoch - What's the difference?

generation | epoch | Related terms |

Generation is a related term of epoch.


As nouns the difference between generation and epoch

is that generation is generation (act of generating) while epoch is a particular period of history, especially one considered remarkable or noteworthy.

Generation vs Gap - What's the difference?

generation | gap |


As nouns the difference between generation and gap

is that generation is generation (act of generating) while gap is gap.

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