lack

Shortfall vs Lack - What's the difference?

shortfall | lack |


As a noun shortfall

is an instance of not meeting a quota or of having an insufficient amount.

As a verb lack is

.

Lack vs Varnish - What's the difference?

lack | varnish |


As verbs the difference between lack and varnish

is that lack is while varnish is to apply varnish.

As a noun varnish is

a type of paint with a solvent that evaporates to leave a hard, transparent, glossy film.

Lack vs Destitute - What's the difference?

lack | destitute |


As a verb lack

is .

As an adjective destitute is

lacking something; devoid; especially lacking money; poor, impoverished, poverty-stricken.

Talk vs Lack - What's the difference?

talk | lack |


As a noun talk

is talc.

As a verb lack is

.

Lack vs Zero - What's the difference?

lack | zero |


As a verb lack

is .

As a numeral zero is

zero.

As a noun zero is

zero.

Lack vs Lacked - What's the difference?

lack | lacked |


As verbs the difference between lack and lacked

is that lack is while lacked is (lack).

Lack vs Limit - What's the difference?

lack | limit |


As a verb lack

is .

As a noun limit is

limit (restriction).

Lack vs Absences - What's the difference?

lack | absences |


As a verb lack

is .

As a noun absences is

.

Lack vs Few - What's the difference?

lack | few |


As a verb lack

is .

As a proper noun few is

(british) the pilots who fought in the battle of britain.

Lack vs Rare - What's the difference?

lack | rare |


As verbs the difference between lack and rare

is that lack is while rare is (us|intransitive) to rear, rise up, start backwards.

As an adjective rare is

(cooking|particularly meats) cooked very lightly, so the meat is still red (in the case of steak or beef in the general sense) or rare can be very uncommon; scarce or rare can be (obsolete) early.

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