momentary

Casual vs Momentary - What's the difference?

casual | momentary |


As adjectives the difference between casual and momentary

is that casual is happening by chance while momentary is for only a moment.

As a noun casual

is (british|nz) a worker who is only working for a company occasionally, not as its permanent employee.

Temporal vs Momentary - What's the difference?

temporal | momentary |


As adjectives the difference between temporal and momentary

is that temporal is of or relating to time or temporal can be of the temples of the head while momentary is for only a moment.

As a noun temporal

is (chiefly|in the plural) anything temporal or secular; a temporality or temporal can be (skeleton) either of the bones on the side of the skull, near the ears.

Momentary vs Momentary - What's the difference?

momentary | momentary |


As adjectives the difference between momentary and momentary

is that momentary is for only a moment while momentary is for only a moment.

Momentary vs Current - What's the difference?

momentary | current |


As adjectives the difference between momentary and current

is that momentary is for only a moment while current is existing or occurring at the moment.

As a noun current is

the part of a fluid that moves continuously in a certain direction.

Momentary vs Fading - What's the difference?

momentary | fading | Related terms |

Momentary is a related term of fading.


As an adjective momentary

is for only a moment.

As a verb fading is

.

As a noun fading is

the act of something that fades; gradual diminishment.

Momentary vs Momentum - What's the difference?

momentary | momentum |


As an adjective momentary

is for only a moment.

As a noun momentum is

(physics) (of a body in motion) the tendency of a body to maintain its inertial motion; the product of its mass and velocity.

Momentary vs Temporarily - What's the difference?

momentary | temporarily |


As an adjective momentary

is for only a moment.

As an adverb temporarily is

for a relatively brief period of time.

Momentary vs Semiautomatic - What's the difference?

momentary | semiautomatic |


As adjectives the difference between momentary and semiautomatic

is that momentary is for only a moment while semiautomatic is .

As a noun semiautomatic is

.

Momentary vs Always - What's the difference?

momentary | always |


As an adjective momentary

is for only a moment.

As an adverb always is

at all times; ever; perpetually; throughout all time; continually.

Little vs Momentary - What's the difference?

little | momentary | Synonyms |

Little is a synonym of momentary.


As a proper noun little

is .

As an adjective momentary is

for only a moment.

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