melted

Melted vs Melter - What's the difference?

melted | melter |


As a verb melted

is (melt).

As an adjective melted

is being in a liquid state as a result of melting.

As a noun melter is

a person or thing that melts.

Melted vs Smelted - What's the difference?

melted | smelted |


As verbs the difference between melted and smelted

is that melted is past tense of melt while smelted is past tense of smelt.

As an adjective melted

is being in a liquid state as a result of melting.

Melted vs Melded - What's the difference?

melted | melded |


As verbs the difference between melted and melded

is that melted is past tense of melt while melded is past tense of meld.

As an adjective melted

is being in a liquid state as a result of melting.

Meted vs Melted - What's the difference?

meted | melted |


As verbs the difference between meted and melted

is that meted is past tense of mete while melted is past tense of melt.

As an adjective melted is

being in a liquid state as a result of melting.

Taxonomy vs Melted - What's the difference?

taxonomy | melted |


As a noun taxonomy

is the science or the technique used to make a classification.

As a verb melted is

(melt).

As an adjective melted is

being in a liquid state as a result of melting.

Melted vs Premelted - What's the difference?

melted | premelted |


As verbs the difference between melted and premelted

is that melted is past tense of melt while premelted is past tense of premelt.

As adjectives the difference between melted and premelted

is that melted is being in a liquid state as a result of melting while premelted is melted in advance of another process.

Melted vs Semisoft - What's the difference?

melted | semisoft |


As adjectives the difference between melted and semisoft

is that melted is being in a liquid state as a result of melting while semisoft is (especially of food) partially soft; partially melted.

As a verb melted

is (melt).

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