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Wreak vs Impart - What's the difference?

wreak | impart |


As verbs the difference between wreak and impart

is that wreak is to cause, inflict or let out, especially if causing harm or injury while impart is to give a (l) or (l).

As a noun wreak

is (archaic|literary) revenge; vengeance; furious passion; resentment.

Impart vs Assess - What's the difference?

impart | assess |


As verbs the difference between impart and assess

is that impart is to give a (l) or (l) while assess is to determine, estimate or judge the value of; to evaluate.

Impart vs Withhold - What's the difference?

impart | withhold |


As verbs the difference between impart and withhold

is that impart is to give a (l) or (l) while withhold is to keep (a physical object that one has obtained) to oneself rather than giving it back to its owner.

Impart vs Mutter - What's the difference?

impart | mutter | Related terms |

Impart is a related term of mutter.


As a verb impart

is to give a (l) or (l).

As a noun mutter is

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Impart vs Impart - What's the difference?

impart | impart |


As verbs the difference between impart and impart

is that impart is to give a (l) or (l) while impart is to give a (l) or (l).

Impart vs Vouchsafe - What's the difference?

impart | vouchsafe | Related terms |

Impart is a related term of vouchsafe.


As verbs the difference between impart and vouchsafe

is that impart is to give a (l) or (l) while vouchsafe is to graciously give, to condescendingly grant a right, benefit, outcome, etc; to deign to acknowledge.

Converse vs Impart - What's the difference?

converse | impart | Related terms |

Converse is a related term of impart.


As verbs the difference between converse and impart

is that converse is while impart is to give a (l) or (l).

Impart vs Invest - What's the difference?

impart | invest | Related terms |

Impart is a related term of invest.


As verbs the difference between impart and invest

is that impart is to give a (l) or (l) while invest is (dated) to clothe or wrap (with garments).

As a noun invest is

(meteorology) an unnamed tropical weather pattern "to investigate" for development into a significant (named) system