inhibitor

Inhibitor vs Inhibitive - What's the difference?

inhibitor | inhibitive |


As a noun inhibitor

is inhibitor (all senses).

As an adjective inhibitive is

that inhibits.

Inhibitor vs Inhibiting - What's the difference?

inhibitor | inhibiting |


As a noun inhibitor

is inhibitor (all senses).

As a verb inhibiting is

.

Reluctant vs Inhibitor - What's the difference?

reluctant | inhibitor |


As an adjective reluctant

is opposing; offering resistance (to).

As a noun inhibitor is

inhibitor (all senses).

Preservative vs Inhibitor - What's the difference?

preservative | inhibitor |


As an adjective preservative

is .

As a noun inhibitor is

inhibitor (all senses).

Inhibitor vs Poison - What's the difference?

inhibitor | poison |


As nouns the difference between inhibitor and poison

is that inhibitor is inhibitor (all senses) while poison is a substance that is harmful or lethal to a living organism.

As a verb poison is

to use poison to kill or paralyse somebody.

Initiator vs Inhibitor - What's the difference?

initiator | inhibitor |


As nouns the difference between initiator and inhibitor

is that initiator is initiator while inhibitor is inhibitor (all senses).

Suppressant vs Inhibitor - What's the difference?

suppressant | inhibitor |


As nouns the difference between suppressant and inhibitor

is that suppressant is a substance that suppresses while inhibitor is inhibitor (all senses).

Inhibitor vs Restrictor - What's the difference?

inhibitor | restrictor |


As nouns the difference between inhibitor and restrictor

is that inhibitor is inhibitor (all senses) while restrictor is anything that restricts.

Antagonist vs Inhibitor - What's the difference?

antagonist | inhibitor |


As nouns the difference between antagonist and inhibitor

is that antagonist is antagonist (all senses) while inhibitor is inhibitor (all senses).

Inducer vs Inhibitor - What's the difference?

inducer | inhibitor |


As nouns the difference between inducer and inhibitor

is that inducer is one who induces while inhibitor is inhibitor (all senses).

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