illustration

Pictograph vs Illustration - What's the difference?

pictograph | illustration |


As nouns the difference between pictograph and illustration

is that pictograph is a picture that represents a word or an idea; a hieroglyph while illustration is illustration.

Cartoon vs Illustration - What's the difference?

cartoon | illustration |


As nouns the difference between cartoon and illustration

is that cartoon is cartoon (comic strip) while illustration is illustration.

Study vs Illustration - What's the difference?

study | illustration | Related terms |

Study is a related term of illustration.


As nouns the difference between study and illustration

is that study is (label) a state of mental perplexity or worried thought while illustration is illustration.

As a verb study

is (usually|academic) to revise materials already learned in order to make sure one does not forget them, usually in preparation for an examination.

Illustration vs Circumstance - What's the difference?

illustration | circumstance | Related terms |

Illustration is a related term of circumstance.


As nouns the difference between illustration and circumstance

is that illustration is illustration while circumstance is that which attends, or relates to, or in some way affects, a fact or event; an attendant thing or state of things.

As a verb circumstance is

to place in a particular situation, especially with regard to money or other resources.

Illustration vs Pictogramampflash - What's the difference?

illustration | pictogramampflash |

Illustration vs Graphic - What's the difference?

illustration | graphic |


As nouns the difference between illustration and graphic

is that illustration is illustration while graphic is a drawing or picture.

As an adjective graphic is

drawn, pictorial.

Depiction vs Illustration - What's the difference?

depiction | illustration |


As nouns the difference between depiction and illustration

is that depiction is a lifelike image of something, either verbal or visual while illustration is illustration.

Illustration vs Illustrated - What's the difference?

illustration | illustrated |


As a noun illustration

is illustration.

As a verb illustrated is

(illustrate).

Spectacle vs Illustration - What's the difference?

spectacle | illustration |


As nouns the difference between spectacle and illustration

is that spectacle is something exhibited to view; usually, something presented to view as extraordinary, or as unusual and worthy of special notice; a remarkable or noteworthy sight; a show; a pageant while illustration is illustration.

Specification vs Illustration - What's the difference?

specification | illustration |


As nouns the difference between specification and illustration

is that specification is specification while illustration is illustration.

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