informant

Informant vs Beefer - What's the difference?

informant | beefer |


As nouns the difference between informant and beefer

is that informant is informant while beefer is (slang) a police informer.

Informant vs Confident - What's the difference?

informant | confident |


As nouns the difference between informant and confident

is that informant is informant while confident is .

As an adjective confident is

very sure of something; positive.

Deponent vs Informant - What's the difference?

deponent | informant |


As nouns the difference between deponent and informant

is that deponent is (legal) a witness; especially one who gives information under oath, in a deposition concerning facts known to him or her while informant is informant.

As an adjective deponent

is having passive form (that is, conjugating like the passive voice), but an active meaning (such verbs, originally reflexive, are considered to have laid aside their passive meanings).

Tipster vs Informant - What's the difference?

tipster | informant |


As nouns the difference between tipster and informant

is that tipster is someone who makes a living by studying the form of racehorses and selling advice on wagers to other punters while informant is informant.

Communicated vs Informant - What's the difference?

communicated | informant |


As a verb communicated

is (communicate).

As a noun informant is

informant.

Informant vs Bringing - What's the difference?

informant | bringing |


As nouns the difference between informant and bringing

is that informant is informant while bringing is the act by which something is brought.

As a verb bringing is

.

Informant vs Respondent - What's the difference?

informant | respondent |


As nouns the difference between informant and respondent

is that informant is informant while respondent is (legal) person who answers for the defendant in a case before a court in some legal systems, when one appeals a criminal case, one names the original court as defendant, but the state is the respondent.

As an adjective respondent is

disposed or expected to respond; answering; according; corresponding.

Informant vs Mole - What's the difference?

informant | mole |


As nouns the difference between informant and mole

is that informant is informant while mole is .

Intel vs Informant - What's the difference?

intel | informant |


As a proper noun intel

is intel corporation, a us-based multinational corporation that is best known for designing and manufacturing microprocessors and specialized integrated circuits.

As a noun informant is

informant.

Reporter vs Informant - What's the difference?

reporter | informant |


As nouns the difference between reporter and informant

is that reporter is reporter (journalist) while informant is informant.

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