levy

Levy vs Ransom - What's the difference?

levy | ransom |


As a proper noun levy

is : levy.

As a noun ransom is

money paid for the freeing of a hostage.

As a verb ransom is

to deliver, especially in context of sin or relevant penalties.

Recruited vs Levy - What's the difference?

recruited | levy |


As a verb recruited

is (recruit).

As a proper noun levy is

: levy.

Revenue vs Levy - What's the difference?

revenue | levy |


As a noun revenue

is the income returned by an investment.

As a proper noun levy is

: levy.

Levy vs Raise - What's the difference?

levy | raise |


As a proper noun levy

is : levy.

As a verb raise is

(label) to cause to rise; to lift or elevate.

As a noun raise is

(us) an increase in wages or salary; a rise (uk).

Levy vs Require - What's the difference?

levy | require |


As a proper noun levy

is : levy.

As a verb require is

(label) to ask (someone) for something; to request.

Levy vs Donate - What's the difference?

levy | donate |


As a proper noun levy

is : levy.

As a verb donate is

to make a donation; to give away something of value to support or contribute towards a cause or for the benefit of another.

Levy vs Give - What's the difference?

levy | give |


As a proper noun levy

is : levy.

As a verb give is

(may take two objects) to move, shift, provide something abstract or concrete to someone or something or somewhere.

As a noun give is

(uncountable) the amount of bending that something undergoes when a force is applied to it.

Charges vs Levy - What's the difference?

charges | levy |


As a verb charges

is .

As a proper noun levy is

: levy.

Levy vs Decree - What's the difference?

levy | decree |


As a proper noun levy

is : levy.

As a noun decree is

an edict or law.

As a verb decree is

to command by a decree.

Levy vs Customs - What's the difference?

levy | customs |


As a proper noun levy

is : levy.

As a noun customs is

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