latent

Lateral vs Latent - What's the difference?

lateral | latent |


As adjectives the difference between lateral and latent

is that lateral is lateral while latent is existing or present but concealed or inactive.

Emergent vs Latent - What's the difference?

emergent | latent |


As adjectives the difference between emergent and latent

is that emergent is emerging (in the process of emerging) while latent is existing or present but concealed or inactive.

As a verb emergent

is .

Latent vs Exposed - What's the difference?

latent | exposed |


As adjectives the difference between latent and exposed

is that latent is existing or present but concealed or inactive while exposed is vulnerable, susceptible.

As a verb exposed is

(expose).

Underlay vs Latent - What's the difference?

underlay | latent |


As a verb underlay

is (underlie) or underlay can be to lay (something) underneath something else; to put under.

As a noun underlay

is a layer (of earth, etc) that lies under another; substratum.

As an adjective latent is

existing or present but concealed or inactive.

Underlaying vs Latent - What's the difference?

underlaying | latent |


As a verb underlaying

is .

As an adjective latent is

existing or present but concealed or inactive.

Abstract vs Latent - What's the difference?

abstract | latent |


As a noun abstract

is abstract.

As an adjective latent is

existing or present but concealed or inactive.

Latent vs Untapped - What's the difference?

latent | untapped |


As adjectives the difference between latent and untapped

is that latent is existing or present but concealed or inactive while untapped is not tapped.

Latent vs Veiled - What's the difference?

latent | veiled |


As adjectives the difference between latent and veiled

is that latent is existing or present but concealed or inactive while veiled is hidden, such as by a veil.

As a verb veiled is

(veil).

Latent vs Inherent - What's the difference?

latent | inherent |


As adjectives the difference between latent and inherent

is that latent is existing or present but concealed or inactive while inherent is inherent.

Latent vs Privy - What's the difference?

latent | privy | Related terms |

Latent is a related term of privy.


As adjectives the difference between latent and privy

is that latent is existing or present but concealed or inactive while privy is private, exclusive; not public; one's own.

As a noun privy is

an outdoor toilet; latrine; earth closet; john; johnny house.

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