informally

Informally - What does it mean?

informally | |

Taxonomy vs Informally - What's the difference?

taxonomy | informally |


As a noun taxonomy

is the science or the technique used to make a classification.

As an adverb informally is

in an irregular or informal manner; without the usual forms.

Informally vs Folklife - What's the difference?

informally | folklife |


As an adverb informally

is in an irregular or informal manner; without the usual forms.

As a noun folklife is

folklore; those cultural traditions passed down orally or informally.

Informal vs Informally - What's the difference?

informal | informally |


As an adjective informal

is not formal or ceremonious.

As an adverb informally is

in an irregular or informal manner; without the usual forms.

Irregular vs Informally - What's the difference?

irregular | informally |


As an adjective irregular

is nonstandard; not conforming to rules or expectations.

As a noun irregular

is a soldier who is not a member of an official military force and, often, does not follow regular army tactics.

As an adverb informally is

in an irregular or informal manner; without the usual forms.

Informally vs Formally - What's the difference?

informally | formally | Antonyms |

Informally is an antonym of formally.


As adverbs the difference between informally and formally

is that informally is in an irregular or informal manner; without the usual forms while formally is in a formal manner.

Informally vs Walkabout - What's the difference?

informally | walkabout |


As a adverb informally

is in an irregular or informal manner; without the usual forms.

As a noun walkabout is

(australian aboriginal) a nomadic excursion into the bush, especially one taken by young teenage boys in certain ancient-custom honoring tribes.

What is the difference between informally and education?

informally | education |


As a adverb informally

is in an irregular or informal manner; without the usual forms.

As a noun education is

(uncountable) the process or art of imparting knowledge, skill and judgment.