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Fib vs Ie - What's the difference?

fib | ie |


As verbs the difference between fib and ie

is that fib is to lie, especially more or less inconsequentially while ie is .

As a noun fib

is (informal) a , especially one that is more or less inconsequential or fib can be (medicine|informal) short form of fibula.

Ie vs Ed - What's the difference?

ie | ed |


As a verb ie

is .

As a noun ed is

help.

Ie vs Therefore - What's the difference?

ie | therefore |


As a verb ie

is .

As an adverb therefore is

(conjunctive) for that or this purpose, referring to something previously stated.

Aka vs Ie - What's the difference?

aka | ie |


As proper nouns the difference between aka and ie

is that aka is any of two lakes in Alaska while IE is indo-European.

As a preposition AKA

is abbreviation of lang=en.

As an abbreviation ie is

See i.e.

As an adjective IE is

indo-European.

Ie vs Ey - What's the difference?

ie | ey |


As an abbreviation ie

is See i.e.

As a proper noun IE

is indo-European.

As an adjective IE

is indo-European.

As a noun ey is

an egg.

As a pronoun ey is

they singular. Gender-neutral third-person singular subject pronoun, coordinate with gendered pronouns {{term|he and {{term|she}}.}.

Or vs Ie - What's the difference?

or | ie |


As a noun or

is gold.

As a verb ie is

.

Ie vs Pe - What's the difference?

ie | pe |


As a verb ie

is .

As an adjective pe is

extremely tired or listless.

Ie vs Applicable - What's the difference?

ie | applicable |


As a verb ie

is .

As an adjective applicable is

suitable for application, relevant.

Ie vs Aswell - What's the difference?

ie | aswell |


As a verb ie

is .

As an adverb aswell is

archaic spelling of as well.

Gag vs Ie - What's the difference?

gag | ie |


As abbreviations the difference between gag and ie

is that gag is group specific antigens while ie is See i.e.

As a noun gag

is a device to restrain speech, such as a rag in the mouth secured with tape or a rubber ball threaded onto a cord or strap.

As a verb gag

is to experience the vomiting reflex.

As a proper noun IE is

indo-European.

As an adjective IE is

indo-European.

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