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Absent vs Off - What's the difference?

absent | off |


As adjectives the difference between absent and off

is that absent is (not comparable) being away from a place; withdrawn from a place; not present; missing while off is inoperative, disabled.

As prepositions the difference between absent and off

is that absent is (legal) in the absence of; without while off is (used to indicate movement away from a position on).

As verbs the difference between absent and off

is that absent is (transitive|now|reflexive) keep away; stay away; go away while off is (slang) to kill.

As a noun absent

is (obsolete) absentee; a person who is away on occasion .

As an adverb off is

in a direction away from the speaker or object.

Sham vs Off - What's the difference?

sham | off |


As a proper noun sham

is syria.

As an adverb off is

in a direction away from the speaker or object.

As an adjective off is

inoperative, disabled.

As a preposition off is

(used to indicate movement away from a position on).

As a verb off is

(slang) to kill.

Airs vs Off - What's the difference?

airs | off |


As verbs the difference between airs and off

is that airs is (air) while off is (slang) to kill.

As a noun airs

is .

As an adverb off is

in a direction away from the speaker or object.

As an adjective off is

inoperative, disabled.

As a preposition off is

(used to indicate movement away from a position on).

Present vs Off - What's the difference?

present | off |


As adjectives the difference between present and off

is that present is present (that what''/''which is in the place talked about ) while off is inoperative, disabled.

As a noun present

is present tense.

As an adverb off is

in a direction away from the speaker or object.

As a preposition off is

(used to indicate movement away from a position on).

As a verb off is

(slang) to kill.

Appear vs Off - What's the difference?

appear | off |


As verbs the difference between appear and off

is that appear is (label) to come or be in sight; to be in view; to become visible while off is (slang) to kill.

As an adverb off is

in a direction away from the speaker or object.

As an adjective off is

inoperative, disabled.

As a preposition off is

(used to indicate movement away from a position on).

Affectation vs Off - What's the difference?

affectation | off |


As a noun affectation

is an attempt to assume or exhibit what is not natural or real; false display; artificial show.

As an adverb off is

in a direction away from the speaker or object.

As an adjective off is

inoperative, disabled.

As a preposition off is

(used to indicate movement away from a position on).

As a verb off is

(slang) to kill.

Off vs Through - What's the difference?

off | through |


As adverbs the difference between off and through

is that off is in a direction away from the speaker or object while through is from one side to the other by way of the interior.

As adjectives the difference between off and through

is that off is inoperative, disabled while through is passing from one side of an object to the other.

As prepositions the difference between off and through

is that off is (used to indicate movement away from a position on) while through is from one side of an opening to the other.

As a verb off

is (slang) to kill.

As a noun through is

a large slab of stone laid on a tomb.

Pretension vs Off - What's the difference?

pretension | off |


As a noun pretension

is claim.

As an adverb off is

in a direction away from the speaker or object.

As an adjective off is

inoperative, disabled.

As a preposition off is

(used to indicate movement away from a position on).

As a verb off is

(slang) to kill.

Cut vs Off - What's the difference?

cut | off |


As verbs the difference between cut and off

is that cut is to beat it; to take a hike; to get lost while off is (slang) to kill.

As a noun cut

is vial.

As an interjection cut

is beat it]]!; take a hike!; [[get lost|get lost!.

As an adverb off is

in a direction away from the speaker or object.

As an adjective off is

inoperative, disabled.

As a preposition off is

(used to indicate movement away from a position on).

Air vs Off - What's the difference?

air | off |


As a noun air

is .

As an adverb off is

in a direction away from the speaker or object.

As an adjective off is

inoperative, disabled.

As a preposition off is

(used to indicate movement away from a position on).

As a verb off is

(slang) to kill.

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