mates

Companion vs Mates - What's the difference?

companion | mates |


As verbs the difference between companion and mates

is that companion is (obsolete) to be a companion to; to attend on; to accompany while mates is .

As a noun companion

is a friend, acquaintance, or partner; someone with whom one spends time or keeps company.

Mates vs Companions - What's the difference?

mates | companions |


As a verb mates

is .

As a noun companions is

.

Mates vs Friend - What's the difference?

mates | friend |


As a verb mates

is .

As a noun friend is

a quaker; a member of the.

As a proper noun friend is

.

Spouses vs Mates - What's the difference?

spouses | mates |


As verbs the difference between spouses and mates

is that spouses is (spouse) while mates is .

As a noun spouses

is .

Mates vs Maths - What's the difference?

mates | maths |


As a verb mates

is .

As a noun maths is

(informal|uk|except canada).

Mates vs Mateys - What's the difference?

mates | mateys |


As a verb mates

is .

As a noun mateys is

.

Mates vs Maters - What's the difference?

mates | maters |


As a verb mates

is .

As a noun maters is

.

Mates vs Yates - What's the difference?

mates | yates |


As a verb mates

is .

As a proper noun yates is

.

Mates vs Dates - What's the difference?

mates | dates |


As a verb mates

is .

As a noun dates is

.

Mates vs Mutes - What's the difference?

mates | mutes |


As a verb mates

is .

As a noun mutes is

.

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