invade

Conquest vs Invade - What's the difference?

conquest | invade |


As a proper noun conquest

is the personification of conquest, (also known as pestilence), often depicted riding a white horse.

As a verb invade is

to move into.

Invade vs Storm - What's the difference?

invade | storm | Related terms |

Invade is a related term of storm.


As a verb invade

is to move into.

As a proper noun storm is

.

Subjugate vs Invade - What's the difference?

subjugate | invade |


As verbs the difference between subjugate and invade

is that subjugate is to forcibly impose obedience or servitude while invade is to move into.

Invade vs Interrupt - What's the difference?

invade | interrupt |


As verbs the difference between invade and interrupt

is that invade is to move into while interrupt is to disturb or halt an ongoing process or action by interfering suddenly.

As a noun interrupt is

(computing) an event that causes a computer to temporarily cease what it was doing and attend to a condition.

Invade vs Atta - What's the difference?

invade | atta |


As verbs the difference between invade and atta

is that invade is to move into while atta is to be.

Invade vs Att - What's the difference?

invade | att |


As verbs the difference between invade and att

is that invade is to move into while att is .

Invade vs At - What's the difference?

invade | at |


As a verb invade

is to move into.

As a symbol at is

.

Invade vs Excursion - What's the difference?

invade | excursion |


As a verb invade

is to move into.

As a noun excursion is

excursion, trip.

Infect vs Invade - What's the difference?

infect | invade |


In lang=en terms the difference between infect and invade

is that infect is to make somebody enthusiastic about one's own passion while invade is to infest or overrun.

As verbs the difference between infect and invade

is that infect is to bring into contact with a substance that causes illness (a pathogen) while invade is to move into.

As an adjective infect

is (obsolete) infected.

Immerse vs Invade - What's the difference?

immerse | invade |


In lang=en terms the difference between immerse and invade

is that immerse is to involve deeply while invade is to infest or overrun.

As verbs the difference between immerse and invade

is that immerse is to put under the surface of a liquid; to dunk while invade is to move into.

As an adjective immerse

is (obsolete) immersed; buried; sunk.

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