idiom

Idiom vs Parable - What's the difference?

idiom | parable |


As nouns the difference between idiom and parable

is that idiom is idiom while parable is a short narrative illustrating a lesson (usually religious/moral) by comparison or analogy.

As a verb parable is

to represent by parable.

As an adjective parable is

(obsolete) that can easily be prepared or procured; obtainable.

Idiom vs Platitude - What's the difference?

idiom | platitude |


As nouns the difference between idiom and platitude

is that idiom is idiom while platitude is old spelling of.

Pattern vs Idiom - What's the difference?

pattern | idiom |


As nouns the difference between pattern and idiom

is that pattern is model, example while idiom is idiom.

As a verb pattern

is to apply a pattern.

Figurative vs Idiom - What's the difference?

figurative | idiom |


As an adjective figurative

is metaphorical or tropical, as opposed to literal; using figures; as of the use of "cats and dogs" in the phrase "it's raining cats and dogs".

As a noun idiom is

idiom.

Idiom vs Collocations - What's the difference?

idiom | collocations |


As nouns the difference between idiom and collocations

is that idiom is idiom while collocations is .

Idiom vs Discourse - What's the difference?

idiom | discourse | Related terms |

Idiom is a related term of discourse.


As nouns the difference between idiom and discourse

is that idiom is idiom while discourse is (uncountable|archaic) verbal exchange, conversation.

As a verb discourse is

to engage in discussion or conversation; to converse.

Speech vs Idiom - What's the difference?

speech | idiom | Related terms |

Speech is a related term of idiom.


As nouns the difference between speech and idiom

is that speech is spoke (part of a wheel) while idiom is idiom.

Meme vs Idiom - What's the difference?

meme | idiom |


As nouns the difference between meme and idiom

is that meme is mother while idiom is idiom.

Vocabulary vs Idiom - What's the difference?

vocabulary | idiom |


As nouns the difference between vocabulary and idiom

is that vocabulary is a usually alphabetized and explained collection of words eg of a particular field, or prepared for a specific purpose, often for learning while idiom is idiom.

Proverbial vs Idiom - What's the difference?

proverbial | idiom |


As nouns the difference between proverbial and idiom

is that proverbial is (euphemistic) used to replace a word that might be considered unacceptable in a particular situation, when using a well-known phrase while idiom is idiom.

As an adjective proverbial

is of, resembling, or expressed as a proverb, , fable, or fairy tale.

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