injuries

Incident vs Injuries - What's the difference?

incident | injuries |


As a noun incident

is an event or occurrence.

As an adjective incident

is arising as the result of an event, inherent.

As a verb injuries is

.

Injuries vs Handicap - What's the difference?

injuries | handicap |


As verbs the difference between injuries and handicap

is that injuries is while handicap is to encumber with a handicap in any contest.

As a noun handicap is

something that prevents, hampers, or hinders.

Accident vs Injuries - What's the difference?

accident | injuries |


As a noun accident

is an unexpected event with negative consequences occurring without the intention of the one suffering the consequences.

As a verb injuries is

.

Injuries vs Diseases - What's the difference?

injuries | diseases |


As a verb injuries

is .

As a noun diseases is

.

Incidents vs Injuries - What's the difference?

incidents | injuries |


As a noun incidents

is .

As a verb injuries is

.

Injuries vs Injured - What's the difference?

injuries | injured |


As verbs the difference between injuries and injured

is that injuries is while injured is (injure).

Injuries vs Unjured - What's the difference?

injuries | unjured |

Injuries vs Hurt - What's the difference?

injuries | hurt |


As verbs the difference between injuries and hurt

is that injuries is while hurt is to be painful.

As an adjective hurt is

wounded, physically injured.

As a noun hurt is

an emotional or psychological hurt (humiliation or bad experience).

Injures vs Injuries - What's the difference?

injures | injuries |


As verbs the difference between injures and injuries

is that injures is (injure) while injuries is .

Injuries vs Illness - What's the difference?

injuries | illness |


As a verb injuries

is .

As a noun illness is

(countable) an instance of a disease or poor health.

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