indirect

Quote vs Indirect - What's the difference?

quote | indirect |


As a noun quote

is a quota.

As an adjective indirect is

not direct; roundabout; deceiving; setting a trap; confusing.

Detour vs Indirect - What's the difference?

detour | indirect |


As a noun detour

is detour.

As an adjective indirect is

not direct; roundabout; deceiving; setting a trap; confusing.

Consequential vs Indirect - What's the difference?

consequential | indirect |


As adjectives the difference between consequential and indirect

is that consequential is following as a result while indirect is not direct; roundabout; deceiving; setting a trap; confusing.

Indirect vs Indirect - What's the difference?

indirect | indirect |


As adjectives the difference between indirect and indirect

is that indirect is not direct; roundabout; deceiving; setting a trap; confusing while indirect is not direct; roundabout; deceiving; setting a trap; confusing.

Aloof vs Indirect - What's the difference?

aloof | indirect | Related terms |

Aloof is a related term of indirect.


As adjectives the difference between aloof and indirect

is that aloof is reserved and remote; either physically or emotionally distant; standoffish while indirect is not direct; roundabout; deceiving; setting a trap; confusing.

As an adverb aloof

is at or from a distance, but within view, or at a small distance; apart; away.

As a preposition aloof

is (obsolete) away from; clear of.

Undirected vs Indirect - What's the difference?

undirected | indirect |


As adjectives the difference between undirected and indirect

is that undirected is not directed while indirect is not direct; roundabout; deceiving; setting a trap; confusing.

Misdirect vs Indirect - What's the difference?

misdirect | indirect |


As a verb misdirect

is to direct something wrongly.

As an adjective indirect is

not direct; roundabout; deceiving; setting a trap; confusing.

Asunder vs Indirect - What's the difference?

asunder | indirect | Related terms |

Asunder is a related term of indirect.


As an adverb asunder

is into separate parts or pieces; apart.

As an adjective indirect is

not direct; roundabout; deceiving; setting a trap; confusing.

Separate vs Indirect - What's the difference?

separate | indirect | Related terms |

Separate is a related term of indirect.


As adjectives the difference between separate and indirect

is that separate is apart from (the rest); not connected to or attached to (anything else) while indirect is not direct; roundabout; deceiving; setting a trap; confusing.

As a verb separate

is to divide (a thing) into separate parts.

As a noun separate

is (usually|in the plural) anything that is sold by itself, especially an article of clothing.

Indirect vs Parameter - What's the difference?

indirect | parameter |


As an adjective indirect

is not direct; roundabout; deceiving; setting a trap; confusing.

As a noun parameter is

parameter.

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