inquire

Inquire vs Assist - What's the difference?

inquire | assist |


As verbs the difference between inquire and assist

is that inquire is (lb) to ask (about something) while assist is (label) to stand (at a place) or to (an opinion).

As a noun assist is

a helpful action or an act of giving.

Inquire vs Hazard - What's the difference?

inquire | hazard |


As verbs the difference between inquire and hazard

is that inquire is (lb) to ask (about something) while hazard is to expose to chance; to take a risk.

As a noun hazard is

(historical) a type of game played with dice.

Inquire vs Respond - What's the difference?

inquire | respond |


As verbs the difference between inquire and respond

is that inquire is (lb) to ask (about something) while respond is (intransitive) to say something in return; to answer; to reply.

As a noun respond is

a response.

Annex vs Inquire - What's the difference?

annex | inquire |


As verbs the difference between annex and inquire

is that annex is to add something to another thing; to incorporate while inquire is (lb) to ask (about something).

As a noun annex

is an addition, an extension.

Inquire vs Discover - What's the difference?

inquire | discover |


As a verb inquire

is (lb) to ask (about something).

As a proper noun discover is

(us) , a brand of credit card.

Insinuate vs Inquire - What's the difference?

insinuate | inquire |


As verbs the difference between insinuate and inquire

is that insinuate is (rare) to creep, wind, or flow into; to enter gently, slowly, or imperceptibly, as into crevices while inquire is (lb) to ask (about something).

Guess vs Inquire - What's the difference?

guess | inquire |


As verbs the difference between guess and inquire

is that guess is to reach a partly (or totally) unqualified conclusion while inquire is (lb) to ask (about something).

As a noun guess

is a prediction about the outcome of something, typically made without factual evidence or support.

Monitor vs Inquire - What's the difference?

monitor | inquire |


As a proper noun monitor

is any of several publications eg the "christian science monitor".

As a verb inquire is

(lb) to ask (about something).

Inquire vs Confer - What's the difference?

inquire | confer |


As verbs the difference between inquire and confer

is that inquire is (lb) to ask (about something) while confer is (obsolete|intransitive) to compare.

Inquire vs Quote - What's the difference?

inquire | quote |


As a verb inquire

is (lb) to ask (about something).

As a noun quote is

a quota.

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