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Certain vs Infinite - What's the difference?

certain | infinite |


As an adjective certain

is certain.

As a noun infinite is

infinity, endlessness.

Undetermined vs Infinite - What's the difference?

undetermined | infinite |


As an adjective undetermined

is not determined; not settled; not decided.

As a noun infinite is

infinity, endlessness.

Indeterminate vs Infinite - What's the difference?

indeterminate | infinite |


As an adjective indeterminate

is not accurately determined or determinable.

As a noun infinite is

infinity, endlessness.

Constantly vs Infinite - What's the difference?

constantly | infinite |


As an adverb constantly

is (archaic) with steadfastness; with resolve; in loyalty, faithfully.

As a noun infinite is

infinity, endlessness.

Infinite vs Intensive - What's the difference?

infinite | intensive |


As nouns the difference between infinite and intensive

is that infinite is infinity, endlessness while intensive is (linguistics) form of a word with a stronger or more forceful sense than the root on which the intensive is built.

As an adjective intensive is

thorough, to a great degree, with intensity.

Bottomless vs Infinite - What's the difference?

bottomless | infinite |


As an adjective bottomless

is having no bottom.

As a noun infinite is

infinity, endlessness.

Googolplex vs Infinite - What's the difference?

googolplex | infinite |


As a numeral googolplex

is (cardinal) the number 10^{10^{100}}, ten to the power of a googol.

As a noun infinite is

infinity, endlessness.

Undefined vs Infinite - What's the difference?

undefined | infinite |


As an adjective undefined

is lacking a definition or value.

As a noun infinite is

infinity, endlessness.

Arbitrary vs Infinite - What's the difference?

arbitrary | infinite |


As nouns the difference between arbitrary and infinite

is that arbitrary is anything arbitrary, such as an arithmetical value or a fee while infinite is infinity, endlessness.

As an adjective arbitrary

is (usually|of a decision) based on individual discretion or judgment; not based on any objective distinction, perhaps even made at random.

Infinite vs Enduring - What's the difference?

infinite | enduring |


As nouns the difference between infinite and enduring

is that infinite is infinity, endlessness while enduring is endurance.

As an adjective enduring is

long-lasting.

As a verb enduring is

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