heterarchy

Heterarchical vs Heterarchy - What's the difference?

heterarchical | heterarchy | Related terms |

Heterarchical is a related term of heterarchy.


As an adjective heterarchical

is of or pertaining to heterarchy.

As a noun heterarchy is

(uncountable) the of an alien; rule from without; government by an extraterritorial power.

Heterarch vs Heterarchy - What's the difference?

heterarch | heterarchy | Related terms |

Heterarch is a related term of heterarchy.


As a noun heterarchy is

(uncountable) the of an alien; rule from without; government by an extraterritorial power.

Heterarchic vs Heterarchy - What's the difference?

heterarchic | heterarchy | Derived terms |

Heterarchic is a derived term of heterarchy.


As a noun heterarchy is

(uncountable) the of an alien; rule from without; government by an extraterritorial power.

Example vs Heterarchy - What's the difference?

example | heterarchy |


As nouns the difference between example and heterarchy

is that example is something that is representative of all such things in a group while heterarchy is (uncountable) the of an alien; rule from without; government by an extraterritorial power.

As a verb example

is to be illustrated or exemplified (by).

Power vs Heterarchy - What's the difference?

power | heterarchy |


As nouns the difference between power and heterarchy

is that power is a button of a computer, a video game console, or similar device, that when pressed, causes the device to be either shut down or powered up while heterarchy is (uncountable) the of an alien; rule from without; government by an extraterritorial power.

Extraterritorial vs Heterarchy - What's the difference?

extraterritorial | heterarchy |


As an adjective extraterritorial

is of a section of territory, not being subject to the laws of the local country; of or pertaining to extraterritoriality.

As a noun heterarchy is

(uncountable) the of an alien; rule from without; government by an extraterritorial power.

Government vs Heterarchy - What's the difference?

government | heterarchy |


As nouns the difference between government and heterarchy

is that government is the body with the power to make and/or enforce laws to control a country, land area, people or organization while heterarchy is (uncountable) the of an alien; rule from without; government by an extraterritorial power.

Without vs Heterarchy - What's the difference?

without | heterarchy |


As an adverb without

is (archaic|or|literary) outside, externally.

As a preposition without

is outside of, beyond.

As a conjunction without

is unless, except (introducing a clause).

As a noun heterarchy is

(uncountable) the of an alien; rule from without; government by an extraterritorial power.

Alien vs Heterarchy - What's the difference?

alien | heterarchy |


As a verb alien

is .

As a noun heterarchy is

(uncountable) the of an alien; rule from without; government by an extraterritorial power.

Heterarchy vs Network - What's the difference?

heterarchy | network |


As nouns the difference between heterarchy and network

is that heterarchy is (uncountable) the of an alien; rule from without; government by an extraterritorial power while network is a fabric or structure of fibrous elements attached to each other at regular intervals.

As a verb network is

to interact socially for the purpose of getting connections or personal advancement.