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Limit vs Reduction - What's the difference?

limit | reduction |


As nouns the difference between limit and reduction

is that limit is limit (restriction) while reduction is reduction.

Limit vs Capping - What's the difference?

limit | capping |


As nouns the difference between limit and capping

is that limit is limit (restriction) while capping is the act of removing one's hat as a token of respect.

As a verb capping is

.

Abandon vs Limit - What's the difference?

abandon | limit |


As nouns the difference between abandon and limit

is that abandon is a yielding to natural impulses or inhibitions; freedom from artificial constraint, with loss of appreciation of consequences while limit is limit (restriction).

As a verb abandon

is (obsolete) to subdue; to take control of .

As an adverb abandon

is (obsolete|not comparable) freely; entirely.

Limit vs Fix - What's the difference?

limit | fix |


As a noun limit

is limit (restriction).

As an abbreviation fix is

(clotting factor ix).

Reserve vs Limit - What's the difference?

reserve | limit |


As an adjective reserve

is reserved.

As a noun limit is

limit (restriction).

Limit vs Infimum - What's the difference?

limit | infimum |


As nouns the difference between limit and infimum

is that limit is limit (restriction) while infimum is (mathematics) (of a subset ) the greatest element of the containing set that is smaller than or equal to all elements of the subset the infimum may or may not be a member of the subset.

Scarce vs Limit - What's the difference?

scarce | limit |


As an adjective scarce

is uncommon, rare; difficult to find; insufficient to meet a demand.

As an adverb scarce

is scarcely, only just.

As a noun limit is

limit (restriction).

Limit vs Arrow - What's the difference?

limit | arrow |


As nouns the difference between limit and arrow

is that limit is limit (restriction) while arrow is a projectile consisting of a shaft, a point and a tail with stabilizing fins that is shot from a bow.

As a verb arrow is

to move swiftly and directly (like an arrow).

As a contraction arrow is

(obsolete).

Limit vs Circumstance - What's the difference?

limit | circumstance |


As nouns the difference between limit and circumstance

is that limit is limit (restriction) while circumstance is that which attends, or relates to, or in some way affects, a fact or event; an attendant thing or state of things.

As a verb circumstance is

to place in a particular situation, especially with regard to money or other resources.

Mitigate vs Limit - What's the difference?

mitigate | limit |


As a verb mitigate

is to reduce, lessen, or decrease.

As a noun limit is

limit (restriction).

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