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Incur vs Recoup - What's the difference?

incur | recoup |


In lang=en terms the difference between incur and recoup

is that incur is to render liable or subject to; to occasion while recoup is to reimburse; to indemnify; often used reflexively and in the passive.

As verbs the difference between incur and recoup

is that incur is to bring upon oneself or expose oneself to, especially something inconvenient, harmful, or onerous; to become liable or subject to while recoup is to make back, as an investment.

Incur vs Undergo - What's the difference?

incur | undergo |


In lang=en terms the difference between incur and undergo

is that incur is to render liable or subject to; to occasion while undergo is to suffer or endure; bear with.

As verbs the difference between incur and undergo

is that incur is to bring upon oneself or expose oneself to, especially something inconvenient, harmful, or onerous; to become liable or subject to while undergo is (obsolete) to go or move under or beneath.

Incur vs Irritate - What's the difference?

incur | irritate |


As verbs the difference between incur and irritate

is that incur is to bring upon oneself or expose oneself to, especially something inconvenient, harmful, or onerous; to become liable or subject to while irritate is (lb) to provoke impatience, anger, or displeasure.

Incur vs Trigger - What's the difference?

incur | trigger |


In lang=en terms the difference between incur and trigger

is that incur is to render liable or subject to; to occasion while trigger is to spark a response, especially a negative emotional response, in (someone).

As verbs the difference between incur and trigger

is that incur is to bring upon oneself or expose oneself to, especially something inconvenient, harmful, or onerous; to become liable or subject to while trigger is to fire a weapon.

As a noun trigger is

a finger-operated lever used to fire a gun.

Incur vs Incursion - What's the difference?

incur | incursion |


As a verb incur

is to bring upon oneself or expose oneself to, especially something inconvenient, harmful, or onerous; to become liable or subject to.

As a noun incursion is

raid; incursion.

Incur vs Take - What's the difference?

incur | take |


As a verb incur

is to bring upon oneself or expose oneself to, especially something inconvenient, harmful, or onerous; to become liable or subject to.

As a noun take is

a fog or mist.

Incur vs Withstand - What's the difference?

incur | withstand |


As verbs the difference between incur and withstand

is that incur is to bring upon oneself or expose oneself to, especially something inconvenient, harmful, or onerous; to become liable or subject to while withstand is to resist or endure (something) successfully.

Incur vs Infect - What's the difference?

incur | infect |


In lang=en terms the difference between incur and infect

is that incur is to render liable or subject to; to occasion while infect is to make somebody enthusiastic about one's own passion.

As verbs the difference between incur and infect

is that incur is to bring upon oneself or expose oneself to, especially something inconvenient, harmful, or onerous; to become liable or subject to while infect is to bring into contact with a substance that causes illness (a pathogen).

As an adjective infect is

(obsolete) infected.

Derivative vs Incur - What's the difference?

derivative | incur |


As an adjective derivative

is .

As a verb incur is

to bring upon oneself or expose oneself to, especially something inconvenient, harmful, or onerous; to become liable or subject to.

Bring vs Incur - What's the difference?

bring | incur |


As verbs the difference between bring and incur

is that bring is (lb) to transport toward somebody/somewhere while incur is to bring upon oneself or expose oneself to, especially something inconvenient, harmful, or onerous; to become liable or subject to.

As an interjection bring

is the sound of a telephone ringing.

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