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marted

Marled vs Marted - What's the difference?

marled | marted |


As verbs the difference between marled and marted

is that marled is past tense of marl while marted is past tense of mart.

As an adjective marled

is mottled, streaked, multicoloured.

Marted vs Darted - What's the difference?

marted | darted |


As verbs the difference between marted and darted

is that marted is (mart) while darted is (dart).

Marted vs Marred - What's the difference?

marted | marred |


As verbs the difference between marted and marred

is that marted is (mart) while marred is (mar).

As an adjective marred is

(obsolete) of a person, to be perplexed or troubled.

Marted vs Martel - What's the difference?

marted | martel |


As a verb marted

is (mart).

As a noun martel is

hammer.

Malted vs Marted - What's the difference?

malted | marted |


As verbs the difference between malted and marted

is that malted is (malt) while marted is (mart).

As an adjective malted

is processed into malt.

As a noun malted

is (informal) a malted milk a milkshake.

Marted vs Carted - What's the difference?

marted | carted |


As verbs the difference between marted and carted

is that marted is (mart) while carted is (cart).

Marted vs Matted - What's the difference?

marted | matted |


As verbs the difference between marted and matted

is that marted is past tense of mart while matted is past tense of mat.

As an adjective matted is

forming a thick tangled mess.

Parted vs Marted - What's the difference?

parted | marted |


As verbs the difference between parted and marted

is that parted is (part) while marted is (mart).

Marted vs Warted - What's the difference?

marted | warted |


As a verb marted

is past tense of mart.

As an adjective warted is

having warts.

Marted vs Karted - What's the difference?

marted | karted |


As verbs the difference between marted and karted

is that marted is (mart) while karted is (kart).

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