need

Longer vs Need - What's the difference?

longer | need |


As nouns the difference between longer and need

is that longer is one who longs or yearns for something while need is a requirement for something.

As an adjective longer

is (long).

As an adverb longer

is (long).

As a verb need is

to be necessary (to someone).

Need vs Priority - What's the difference?

need | priority |


As nouns the difference between need and priority

is that need is a requirement for something while priority is an item's relative importance.

As a verb need

is to be necessary (to someone).

Need vs Deserve - What's the difference?

need | deserve |


As verbs the difference between need and deserve

is that need is to be necessary (to someone) while deserve is to be entitled to, as a result of past actions; to be worthy to have.

As a noun need

is a requirement for something.

Go vs Need - What's the difference?

go | need |


As nouns the difference between go and need

is that go is water while need is a requirement for something.

As a verb need is

to be necessary (to someone).

Expectation vs Need - What's the difference?

expectation | need |


As nouns the difference between expectation and need

is that expectation is the act or state of expecting or looking forward to an event as about to happen while need is a requirement for something.

As a verb need is

to be necessary (to someone).

Need vs Tendency - What's the difference?

need | tendency |


As nouns the difference between need and tendency

is that need is a requirement for something while tendency is a likelihood of behaving in a particular way or going in a particular direction; a tending toward.

As a verb need

is to be necessary (to someone).

Need vs Meaning - What's the difference?

need | meaning |


As nouns the difference between need and meaning

is that need is a requirement for something while meaning is the symbolic value of something.

As verbs the difference between need and meaning

is that need is to be necessary (to someone) while meaning is .

As an adjective meaning is

having a (specified) intention.

Wanted vs Need - What's the difference?

wanted | need |


As verbs the difference between wanted and need

is that wanted is (want) while need is to be necessary (to someone).

As an adjective wanted

is wished for; desired; sought.

As a noun need is

a requirement for something.

Need vs Desires - What's the difference?

need | desires |


As verbs the difference between need and desires

is that need is to be necessary (to someone) while desires is .

As a noun need

is a requirement for something.

Accommodate vs Need - What's the difference?

accommodate | need |


As verbs the difference between accommodate and need

is that accommodate is (transitive|often|reflexive) to render fit, suitable, or correspondent; to adapt; to conform; as, to accommodate ourselves to circumstances while need is to be necessary (to someone).

As an adjective accommodate

is (label) suitable; fit; adapted; as, means accommodate to end.

As a noun need is

a requirement for something.

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