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Moderately vs Tolerable - What's the difference?

moderately | tolerable |


As adverbs the difference between moderately and tolerable

is that moderately is in a moderate manner while tolerable is (dialect) tolerably; passably; moderately.

As a adjective tolerable is

capable of being borne, tolerated or endured; bearable or endurable.

Moderately vs Moderate - What's the difference?

moderately | moderate |

Moderately is a derived term of moderate.


As a adverb moderately

is in a moderate manner.

As a adjective moderate is

not excessive; acting in moderation.

As a noun moderate is

one who holds an intermediate position between extremes, as in politics.

As a verb moderate is

to reduce the excessiveness of (something).

Moderately vs Mod - What's the difference?

moderately | mod |


As a adverb moderately

is in a moderate manner.

As a noun mod is

(uncountable) an unconventionally modern style of fashionable dress originating in england in the 1960s, characterized by ankle-length black trenchcoats and sunglasses.

As a verb mod is

(slang) to modify an object from its original condition, typically for the purposes of individualizing and/or enhancing the performance of the object.

Moderately vs Indifferent - What's the difference?

moderately | indifferent |


As adverbs the difference between moderately and indifferent

is that moderately is in a moderate manner while indifferent is (obsolete) to some extent, in some degree (intermediate between very'' and ''not at all ); moderately, tolerably, fairly.

As a adjective indifferent is

not caring or concerned; uninterested, apathetic.

What is the difference between moderately and gain?

moderately | gain |


As adverbs the difference between moderately and gain

is that moderately is in a moderate manner while gain is (obsolete) straightly; quickly; by the nearest way or means.

As a preposition gain is

(obsolete) against.

As a adjective gain is

(obsolete) straight, direct; near; short.

As a noun gain is

the act of gaining or gain can be (architecture) a square or bevelled notch cut out of a girder, binding joist, or other timber which supports a floor beam, so as to receive the end of the floor beam.

As a verb gain is

to acquire possession of what one did not have before.

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