governed

Governed vs Government - What's the difference?

governed | government |


As a verb governed

is (govern).

As a noun government is

the body with the power to make and/or enforce laws to control a country, land area, people or organization.

Governed vs Governer - What's the difference?

governed | governer |


As a verb governed

is (govern).

As a noun governer is

.

Governee vs Governed - What's the difference?

governee | governed |


As a noun governee

is (grammar) a constituent of a phrase that is governed by another.

As a verb governed is

(govern).

Taxonomy vs Governed - What's the difference?

taxonomy | governed |


As a noun taxonomy

is the science or the technique used to make a classification.

As a verb governed is

(govern).

Govern vs Governed - What's the difference?

govern | governed |


As verbs the difference between govern and governed

is that govern is to make and administer the public policy and affairs of; to exercise sovereign authority in while governed is (govern).

Regulated vs Governed - What's the difference?

regulated | governed |


As verbs the difference between regulated and governed

is that regulated is (regulate) while governed is (govern).

Governed vs Governance - What's the difference?

governed | governance |


As a verb governed

is (govern).

As a noun governance is

the process, or the power, of governing; government or administration.

Governed vs Construed - What's the difference?

governed | construed |


As verbs the difference between governed and construed

is that governed is (govern) while construed is (construe).

Governed vs Lawless - What's the difference?

governed | lawless |


As a verb governed

is (govern).

As a adjective lawless is

not governed by any law.

Governed vs Interrogatory - What's the difference?

governed | interrogatory |


As a verb governed

is (govern).

As a noun interrogatory is

(legal) a formal question submitted to opposing party to answer, generally governed by court rule.

As a adjective interrogatory is

serving to interrogate; questioning.

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