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Going vs Passed - What's the difference?

going | passed |


As verbs the difference between going and passed

is that going is while passed is (pass).

As adjectives the difference between going and passed

is that going is likely to continue; viable while passed is that has passed beyond a certain point (chiefly in set collocations).

As a noun going

is a departure.

Happen vs Going - What's the difference?

happen | going |


As nouns the difference between happen and going

is that happen is morsel while going is a departure.

As a verb going is

.

As an adjective going is

likely to continue; viable.

Going vs Well - What's the difference?

going | well |


As adjectives the difference between going and well

is that going is likely to continue; viable while well is wild.

As a verb going

is .

As a noun going

is a departure.

Going vs Taking - What's the difference?

going | taking |


In obsolete|lang=en terms the difference between going and taking

is that going is (obsolete) pregnancy; gestation; childbearing while taking is (obsolete) infectious; contagious.

As verbs the difference between going and taking

is that going is while taking is .

As nouns the difference between going and taking

is that going is a departure while taking is the act by which something is taken.

As adjectives the difference between going and taking

is that going is likely to continue; viable while taking is alluring; attractive.

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