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Enabled vs On - What's the difference?

enabled | on |


As an adjective enabled

is being capable for use or action.

As a verb enabled

is (enable).

As a noun on is

lamb.

On vs Near - What's the difference?

on | near |


As nouns the difference between on and near

is that on is lamb while near is the left side of a horse or of a team of horses pulling a carriage etc.

As an adjective near is

physically close.

As an adverb near is

having a small intervening distance with regard to something.

As a preposition near is

close to, in close proximity to.

As a verb near is

to come closer to; to approach.

On vs Regard - What's the difference?

on | regard |


As nouns the difference between on and regard

is that on is lamb while regard is a steady look, a gaze.

As a verb regard is

(obsolete) to set store by (something), to hold (someone) in esteem; to consider to have value, to respect.

Live vs On - What's the difference?

live | on |


As a proper noun live

is , a variant of liv.

As a noun on is

lamb.

Ni vs On - What's the difference?

ni | on |


As a pronoun ni

is me.

As a noun on is

lamb.

On vs While - What's the difference?

on | while |


As nouns the difference between on and while

is that on is lamb while while is an uncertain duration of time, a period of time.

As a conjunction while is

during the same time that.

As a verb while is

to pass (time) idly.

On vs Below - What's the difference?

on | below |


As a noun on

is lamb.

As a preposition below is

lower in spatial position than.

As an adverb below is

in a lower place.

Slash vs On - What's the difference?

slash | on |


As nouns the difference between slash and on

is that slash is a swift cut with a blade, particularly with fighting weapons as a sword, saber, knife etc while on is lamb.

As a verb slash

is to cut violently across something with a blade such as knife, sword, scythe, etc.

As a conjunction slash

is .

Towards vs On - What's the difference?

towards | on |


As a preposition towards

is variant of toward.

As an adverb towards

is (obsolete) in the direction of something (indicated by context).

As an adjective towards

is (obsolete) near; at hand; in state of preparation; toward.

As a noun on is

lamb.

On vs Beneath - What's the difference?

on | beneath |


As a noun on

is lamb.

As an adverb beneath is

below or underneath.

As a preposition beneath is

below.

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