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Divide vs Partake - What's the difference?

divide | partake |


In lang=en terms the difference between divide and partake

is that divide is to separate into two or more parts while partake is to take a share or portion (of).

In obsolete|lang=en terms the difference between divide and partake

is that divide is (obsolete) to have a share; to partake while partake is (obsolete) to have something of the properties, character, or office (of).

As verbs the difference between divide and partake

is that divide is to split or separate (something) into two or more parts while partake is (formal) to take part in an activity; to participate.

As a noun divide

is a thing that divides.

Indulge vs Partake - What's the difference?

indulge | partake |


In lang=en terms the difference between indulge and partake

is that indulge is to satisfy the wishes or whims of while partake is to take a share or portion (of).

As verbs the difference between indulge and partake

is that indulge is : to yield to a temptation or desire while partake is (formal) to take part in an activity; to participate.

Partake vs Involve - What's the difference?

partake | involve |


As verbs the difference between partake and involve

is that partake is (formal) to take part in an activity; to participate while involve is to roll or fold up; to wind round; to entwine.

Accompany vs Partake - What's the difference?

accompany | partake |


In lang=en terms the difference between accompany and partake

is that accompany is to supplement with; add to while partake is to take a share or portion (of).

In obsolete|lang=en terms the difference between accompany and partake

is that accompany is (obsolete) to cohabit with; to coexist with; occur with while partake is (obsolete) to have something of the properties, character, or office (of).

As verbs the difference between accompany and partake

is that accompany is to go with or attend as a companion or associate; to keep company with; to go along with while partake is (formal) to take part in an activity; to participate.

Partake - What does it mean?

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Partake vs Eat - What's the difference?

partake | eat |


As verbs the difference between partake and eat

is that partake is (formal) to take part in an activity; to participate while eat is to ingest; to be ingested.

Partake vs Ingest - What's the difference?

partake | ingest |


As verbs the difference between partake and ingest

is that partake is (formal) to take part in an activity; to participate while ingest is to take into the body, as for digestion.

Enjoy vs Partake - What's the difference?

enjoy | partake |


As verbs the difference between enjoy and partake

is that enjoy is to receive pleasure or satisfaction from something while partake is (formal) to take part in an activity; to participate.

Partake vs Parbake - What's the difference?

partake | parbake |


As verbs the difference between partake and parbake

is that partake is (formal) to take part in an activity; to participate while parbake is (transitive|rare|cookery) to bake (bread or dough) partially so it can be rapidly frozen for storage.

Partake vs Partage - What's the difference?

partake | partage |


In obsolete|lang=en terms the difference between partake and partage

is that partake is (obsolete) to have something of the properties, character, or office (of) while partage is (obsolete) a part, portion or share.

As a verb partake

is (formal) to take part in an activity; to participate.

As a noun partage is

(obsolete) a part, portion or share.

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