increase

Increase vs Improv - What's the difference?

increase | improv |


As nouns the difference between increase and improv

is that increase is an amount by which a quantity is increased while improv is (informal) improvisation.

As a verb increase

is (of a quantity) to become larger.

Increase vs Built - What's the difference?

increase | built |


As verbs the difference between increase and built

is that increase is (of a quantity) to become larger while built is (build).

As nouns the difference between increase and built

is that increase is an amount by which a quantity is increased while built is (obsolete) shape; build; form of structure.

As an adjective built is

(informal) well-built.

Increase vs Soul - What's the difference?

increase | soul |


As a verb increase

is (of a quantity) to become larger.

As a noun increase

is an amount by which a quantity is increased.

As an adjective soul is

.

Increase vs Adjust - What's the difference?

increase | adjust |


In lang=en terms the difference between increase and adjust

is that increase is to make (a quantity) larger while adjust is to change to fit circumstances.

As verbs the difference between increase and adjust

is that increase is (of a quantity) to become larger while adjust is to modify.

As a noun increase

is an amount by which a quantity is increased.

Further vs Increase - What's the difference?

further | increase | Related terms |

Further is a related term of increase.


In lang=en terms the difference between further and increase

is that further is to encourage growth while increase is to make (a quantity) larger.

As verbs the difference between further and increase

is that further is to encourage growth while increase is (of a quantity) to become larger.

As an adjective further

is (far); of or pertaining to being distant, or of greater distance in degree or of extension in time.

As an adverb further

is .

As a noun increase is

an amount by which a quantity is increased.

Buoy vs Increase - What's the difference?

buoy | increase |


In lang=en terms the difference between buoy and increase

is that buoy is to mark with a buoy while increase is to make (a quantity) larger.

As nouns the difference between buoy and increase

is that buoy is (nautical) a float moored in water to mark a location, warn of danger, or indicate a navigational channel while increase is an amount by which a quantity is increased.

As verbs the difference between buoy and increase

is that buoy is to keep afloat or aloft; used with up while increase is (of a quantity) to become larger.

Bulge vs Increase - What's the difference?

bulge | increase |


As nouns the difference between bulge and increase

is that bulge is a type of helmet while increase is an amount by which a quantity is increased.

As a verb increase is

(of a quantity) to become larger.

Spike vs Increase - What's the difference?

spike | increase |


As a proper noun spike

is .

As a verb increase is

(of a quantity) to become larger.

As a noun increase is

an amount by which a quantity is increased.

Increase vs Adjunct - What's the difference?

increase | adjunct | Related terms |

Increase is a related term of adjunct.


As nouns the difference between increase and adjunct

is that increase is an amount by which a quantity is increased while adjunct is an appendage; something attached to something else in a subordinate capacity.

As a verb increase

is (of a quantity) to become larger.

As an adjective adjunct is

connected in a subordinate function.

Increase vs Develope - What's the difference?

increase | develope |


As verbs the difference between increase and develope

is that increase is (of a quantity) to become larger while develope is .

As a noun increase

is an amount by which a quantity is increased.

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