occluse

Occlude vs Occluse - What's the difference?

occlude | occluse |


As a verb occlude

is to obstruct, cover, or otherwise block an opening.

As an adjective occluse is

(obsolete) shut; closed.

Closed vs Occluse - What's the difference?

closed | occluse |


As adjectives the difference between closed and occluse

is that closed is sealed, made inaccessible or impassable; not open while occluse is (obsolete) shut; closed.

As a verb closed

is (close).

Shut vs Occluse - What's the difference?

shut | occluse |


As adjectives the difference between shut and occluse

is that shut is closed while occluse is (obsolete) shut; closed.

As a verb shut

is to close, to stop from being open.

As a noun shut

is the act or time of shutting; close or shut can be a narrow alley]] or [[passageway|passage acting as a short cut through the buildings between two streets.