oblate

Equidimensional vs Oblate - What's the difference?

equidimensional | oblate |

Equidimensional is a see also of oblate.


As adjectives the difference between equidimensional and oblate

is that equidimensional is having (approximately) the same dimensions while oblate is flattened or depressed at the poles.

As a noun oblate is

(roman catholic church) a person dedicated to a life of religion or monasticism, especially a member of an order without religious vows or a lay member of a religious community.

Oblatum vs Oblate - What's the difference?

oblatum | oblate |

Oblatum is a related term of oblate.


As nouns the difference between oblatum and oblate

is that oblatum is (geometry) an oblate spheroid; a figure described by the revolution of an ellipse about its minor axis while oblate is (roman catholic church) a person dedicated to a life of religion or monasticism, especially a member of an order without religious vows or a lay member of a religious community.

As adjectives the difference between oblatum and oblate

is that oblatum is submitted for publication; especially, of academic articles, submitted for peer review before publication while oblate is flattened or depressed at the poles.

Prolate vs Oblate - What's the difference?

prolate | oblate | Antonyms |

Oblate is an antonym of prolate.

Prolate is an antonym of oblate.


As adjectives the difference between prolate and oblate

is that prolate is elongated at the poles while oblate is flattened or depressed at the poles.

As a verb prolate

is (obsolete|transitive) to utter; to pronounce.

As a noun oblate is

(roman catholic church) a person dedicated to a life of religion or monasticism, especially a member of an order without religious vows or a lay member of a religious community.

Pole vs Oblate - What's the difference?

pole | oblate |


As nouns the difference between pole and oblate

is that pole is originally, a stick; now specifically, a long and slender piece of metal or (especially) wood, used for various construction or support purposes or pole can be either of the two points on the earth's surface around which it rotates; also, similar points on any other rotating object while oblate is (roman catholic church) a person dedicated to a life of religion or monasticism, especially a member of an order without religious vows or a lay member of a religious community.

As a verb pole

is to propel by pushing with poles, to push with a pole or pole can be to induce piezoelectricity in (a substance) by aligning the dipoles.

As a adjective oblate is

flattened or depressed at the poles.

Depressed vs Oblate - What's the difference?

depressed | oblate |


As adjectives the difference between depressed and oblate

is that depressed is unhappy, and blaming oneself rather than others; despondent while oblate is flattened or depressed at the poles.

As a verb depressed

is (depress).

As a noun oblate is

(roman catholic church) a person dedicated to a life of religion or monasticism, especially a member of an order without religious vows or a lay member of a religious community.

Oblation vs Oblate - What's the difference?

oblation | oblate | Related terms |

Oblate is a related term of oblation.

Oblation is a related term of oblate.


As nouns the difference between oblation and oblate

is that oblation is the offering of worship, thanks etc to a deity while oblate is (roman catholic church) a person dedicated to a life of religion or monasticism, especially a member of an order without religious vows or a lay member of a religious community.

As a adjective oblate is

flattened or depressed at the poles.

Lay vs Oblate - What's the difference?

lay | oblate |


As nouns the difference between lay and oblate

is that lay is arrangement or relationship; layout or lay can be a lake or lay can be a ballad or sung poem; a short poem or narrative, usually intended to be sung or lay can be (obsolete) a meadow; a lea while oblate is (roman catholic church) a person dedicated to a life of religion or monasticism, especially a member of an order without religious vows or a lay member of a religious community.

As adjectives the difference between lay and oblate

is that lay is non-professional; not being a member of an organized institution while oblate is flattened or depressed at the poles.

As a verb lay

is to place down in a position of rest, or in a horizontal position or lay can be (lie) when pertaining to position.

Monasticism vs Oblate - What's the difference?

monasticism | oblate |


As nouns the difference between monasticism and oblate

is that monasticism is the religious practice of renouncing all worldly pursuits in order to fully devote one's life to spiritual work while oblate is (roman catholic church) a person dedicated to a life of religion or monasticism, especially a member of an order without religious vows or a lay member of a religious community.

As a adjective oblate is

flattened or depressed at the poles.

Vows vs Oblate - What's the difference?

vows | oblate |


As nouns the difference between vows and oblate

is that vows is (vow) while oblate is (roman catholic church) a person dedicated to a life of religion or monasticism, especially a member of an order without religious vows or a lay member of a religious community.

As a verb vows

is (vow).

As a adjective oblate is

flattened or depressed at the poles.

Religion vs Oblate - What's the difference?

religion | oblate |


As nouns the difference between religion and oblate

is that religion is the belief in and worship of a supernatural controlling power, especially a personal god or gods while oblate is (roman catholic church) a person dedicated to a life of religion or monasticism, especially a member of an order without religious vows or a lay member of a religious community.

As a adjective oblate is

flattened or depressed at the poles.

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