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Shot vs Hint - What's the difference?

shot | hint |


In lang=en terms the difference between shot and hint

is that shot is to load (a gun) with shot while hint is to develop and add hints to a font.

As nouns the difference between shot and hint

is that shot is the result of launching a projectile or bullet or shot can be a charge to be paid, a scot or shout while hint is a clue.

As verbs the difference between shot and hint

is that shot is (shoot) or shot can be to load (a gun) with shot while hint is to suggest tacitly without a direct statement; to provide a clue.

As an adjective shot

is (colloquial) worn out or broken.

As an interjection shot

is (colloquial|south africa) thank you.

Hint vs Concern - What's the difference?

hint | concern |


As nouns the difference between hint and concern

is that hint is a clue while concern is that which affects one's welfare or happiness.

As verbs the difference between hint and concern

is that hint is to suggest tacitly without a direct statement; to provide a clue while concern is (label) to relate or belong to; to have reference to or connection with; to affect the interest of; to be of importance to.

Implicate vs Hint - What's the difference?

implicate | hint |


As verbs the difference between implicate and hint

is that implicate is to connect or involve in an unfavorable or criminal way with something while hint is to suggest tacitly without a direct statement; to provide a clue.

As a noun hint is

a clue.

Hint vs Undercurrent - What's the difference?

hint | undercurrent |


As nouns the difference between hint and undercurrent

is that hint is a clue while undercurrent is a current which flows under the surface.

As a verb hint

is to suggest tacitly without a direct statement; to provide a clue.

Hint vs Underground - What's the difference?

hint | underground |


As a noun hint

is a clue.

As a verb hint

is to suggest tacitly without a direct statement; to provide a clue.

As a proper noun underground is

(uk|rail transport) the london underground.

Hinted vs Hint - What's the difference?

hinted | hint |


As verbs the difference between hinted and hint

is that hinted is (hint) while hint is to suggest tacitly without a direct statement; to provide a clue.

As a noun hint is

a clue.

Hint vs Hinting - What's the difference?

hint | hinting |


As nouns the difference between hint and hinting

is that hint is a clue while hinting is the act of giving a hint or suggestion.

As verbs the difference between hint and hinting

is that hint is to suggest tacitly without a direct statement; to provide a clue while hinting is .

Refer vs Hint - What's the difference?

refer | hint |


In lang=en terms the difference between refer and hint

is that refer is to place in or under by a mental or rational process; to assign to, as a class, a cause, source, a motive, reason, or ground of explanation while hint is to develop and add hints to a font.

As verbs the difference between refer and hint

is that refer is to direct the attention of while hint is to suggest tacitly without a direct statement; to provide a clue.

As a noun hint is

a clue.

Hint vs Lapse - What's the difference?

hint | lapse |


As nouns the difference between hint and lapse

is that hint is a clue while lapse is .

As a verb hint

is to suggest tacitly without a direct statement; to provide a clue.

Tips vs Hint - What's the difference?

tips | hint |


As nouns the difference between tips and hint

is that tips is while hint is a clue.

As a verb hint is

to suggest tacitly without a direct statement; to provide a clue.

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