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During vs On - What's the difference?

during | on |


As prepositions the difference between during and on

is that during is for all of a given time interval while on is positioned at the upper surface of, touching from above or on can be without.

As verbs the difference between during and on

is that during is while on is (singapore) to switch on.

As an adjective on is

in the state of being active, functioning or operating.

As an adverb on is

to an operating state.

Last vs On - What's the difference?

last | on |


In context|obsolete|lang=en terms the difference between last and on

is that last is (obsolete) an old english (and dutch) measure of the carrying capacity of a ship, equal to two tons while on is (obsolete) at the peril of, or for the safety of.

As adjectives the difference between last and on

is that last is final, ultimate, coming after all others of its kind while on is in the state of being active, functioning or operating.

As adverbs the difference between last and on

is that last is most recently while on is to an operating state.

As verbs the difference between last and on

is that last is to perform, carry out or last can be to shape with a last; to fasten or fit to a last; to place smoothly on a last while on is (singapore) to switch on.

As a determiner last

is the (one) immediately before the present.

As a noun last

is a tool for shaping or preserving the shape of shoes or last can be (obsolete) a burden; load; a cargo; freight.

As a preposition on is

positioned at the upper surface of, touching from above or on can be without.

On vs Unto - What's the difference?

on | unto |


In context|obsolete|lang=en terms the difference between on and unto

is that on is (obsolete) at the peril of, or for the safety of while unto is (obsolete) (poetic) up to the time or degree that; until; till.

As prepositions the difference between on and unto

is that on is positioned at the upper surface of, touching from above or on can be without while unto is (archaic|or|poetic) up to, indicating a motion towards a thing and then stopping at it.

As an adjective on

is in the state of being active, functioning or operating.

As an adverb on

is to an operating state.

As a verb on

is (singapore) to switch on.

As a conjunction unto is

(obsolete) (poetic) up to the time or degree that; until; till.

On vs Locution - What's the difference?

on | locution |


As an adjective on

is in the state of being active, functioning or operating.

As an adverb on

is to an operating state.

As a preposition on

is positioned at the upper surface of, touching from above or on can be without.

As a verb on

is (singapore) to switch on.

As a noun locution is

a phrase or expression connected to an individual or a group of individuals through repeated usage.

On vs Phrasing - What's the difference?

on | phrasing |


As verbs the difference between on and phrasing

is that on is (singapore) to switch on while phrasing is .

As an adjective on

is in the state of being active, functioning or operating.

As an adverb on

is to an operating state.

As a preposition on

is positioned at the upper surface of, touching from above or on can be without.

As a noun phrasing is

the way a statement is put together, particularly in matters of style and word choice.

On vs Onward - What's the difference?

on | onward |


As adjectives the difference between on and onward

is that on is in the state of being active, functioning or operating while onward is moving forward.

As adverbs the difference between on and onward

is that on is to an operating state while onward is in a forward direction.

As a preposition on

is positioned at the upper surface of, touching from above or on can be without.

As a verb on

is (singapore) to switch on.

On vs From - What's the difference?

on | from |


As prepositions the difference between on and from

is that on is positioned at the upper surface of, touching from above or on can be without while from is with the source or provenance of or at.

As an adjective on

is in the state of being active, functioning or operating.

As an adverb on

is to an operating state.

As a verb on

is (singapore) to switch on.

On vs Qwn - What's the difference?

on | qwn |

On vs Between - What's the difference?

on | between |


As prepositions the difference between on and between

is that on is positioned at the upper surface of, touching from above or on can be without while between is in the position or interval that separates (two things), or intermediate in quantity or degree (see the usage notes below).

As an adjective on

is in the state of being active, functioning or operating.

As an adverb on

is to an operating state.

As a verb on

is (singapore) to switch on.

As a noun between is

a kind of needle, shorter than a sharp, with a small rounded eye, used for making fine stitches on heavy fabrics.

On vs Upto - What's the difference?

on | upto |


As prepositions the difference between on and upto

is that on is positioned at the upper surface of, touching from above or on can be without while upto is .

As an adjective on

is in the state of being active, functioning or operating.

As an adverb on

is to an operating state.

As a verb on

is (singapore) to switch on.

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