junior

Undergraduate vs Junior - What's the difference?

undergraduate | junior |


As nouns the difference between undergraduate and junior

is that undergraduate is a student at a university who has not yet received a degree while junior is junior (especially a junior sportsman).

As an adjective undergraduate

is of, relating to, or being an undergraduate.

Junior vs Adept - What's the difference?

junior | adept |


As nouns the difference between junior and adept

is that junior is junior (especially a junior sportsman) while adept is one fully skilled or well versed in anything; a proficient; as, adepts in philosophy.

As an adjective adept is

well skilled; completely versed; thoroughly proficient.

Junior vs Novice - What's the difference?

junior | novice |


As nouns the difference between junior and novice

is that junior is junior (especially a junior sportsman) while novice is a beginner; one who is not very familiar or experienced in a particular subject.

Junior vs Executive - What's the difference?

junior | executive |


As a noun junior

is junior (especially a junior sportsman).

As an adjective executive is

.

Junior vs Seniority - What's the difference?

junior | seniority |


As nouns the difference between junior and seniority

is that junior is junior (especially a junior sportsman) while seniority is a measure of the amount of time a person has been a member of an organization, as compared to other members, and with an eye towards awarding privileges to those who have been members longer.

Junior vs Intermediate - What's the difference?

junior | intermediate |


As nouns the difference between junior and intermediate

is that junior is junior (especially a junior sportsman) while intermediate is anything in an intermediate position.

As an adjective intermediate is

being between two extremes, or in the middle of a range.

As a verb intermediate is

to mediate, to be an intermediate.

Baby vs Junior - What's the difference?

baby | junior |


As nouns the difference between baby and junior

is that baby is baby (infant) while junior is junior (especially a junior sportsman).

Freshman vs Junior - What's the difference?

freshman | junior |


As nouns the difference between freshman and junior

is that freshman is (obsolete) a novice; one in the rudiments of knowledge while junior is junior (especially a junior sportsman).

Misses vs Junior - What's the difference?

misses | junior |


As nouns the difference between misses and junior

is that misses is or misses can be (mrs) while junior is junior (especially a junior sportsman).

As a verb misses

is (miss).

Teen vs Junior - What's the difference?

teen | junior |


As nouns the difference between teen and junior

is that teen is a teenager, a person between 13 and 19 years old or teen can be (label) grief, sorrow; suffering while junior is junior (especially a junior sportsman).

As a verb teen

is (obsolete) to excite; to provoke; to vex; to afflict; to injure or teen can be (transitive|obsolete|provincial) to hedge or fence in; to enclose.

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