parasite

Parasite vs Bum - What's the difference?

parasite | bum | Related terms |

Parasite is a related term of bum.


As nouns the difference between parasite and bum

is that parasite is (pejorative) a person who lives on other people's efforts or expense and gives little or nothing back while bum is the buttocks or bum can be (north america|colloquial) a hobo; a homeless person, usually a man or bum can be (dated) a humming noise or bum can be (obsolete) a bumbailiff.

As a verb bum is

(uk|transitive|colloquial) to sodomize; to engage in anal sex or bum can be (colloquial) to ask someone to give one (something) for free; to beg for something or bum can be to depress; to make unhappy or bum can be to make a murmuring or humming sound.

As an interjection bum is

(label) an expression of annoyance.

As an adjective bum is

of poor quality or highly undesirable .

Parasite vs Hosta - What's the difference?

parasite | hosta |


As a noun parasite

is (pejorative) a person who lives on other people's efforts or expense and gives little or nothing back.

As a proper noun hosta is

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Parasite vs Ameba - What's the difference?

parasite | ameba |


As nouns the difference between parasite and ameba

is that parasite is (pejorative) a person who lives on other people's efforts or expense and gives little or nothing back while ameba is amoeba (a genus of unicellular protozoa).

Parasite vs Sponger - What's the difference?

parasite | sponger | Related terms |

Parasite is a related term of sponger.


As nouns the difference between parasite and sponger

is that parasite is (pejorative) a person who lives on other people's efforts or expense and gives little or nothing back while sponger is one who uses a sponge.

Parasite vs Parasitoid - What's the difference?

parasite | parasitoid |


As nouns the difference between parasite and parasitoid

is that parasite is (pejorative) a person who lives on other people's efforts or expense and gives little or nothing back while parasitoid is any organism that is parasitic during part of its life cycle, especially one that eventually kills its host.

Preditor vs Parasite - What's the difference?

preditor | parasite |


As nouns the difference between preditor and parasite

is that preditor is in the entertainment industry, a job title that combines both the duties of a producer and an editor, and depending on the skills of the individual, the duties of a producer, a writer and an editor or preditor can be while parasite is (pejorative) a person who lives on other people's efforts or expense and gives little or nothing back.

Parasite vs Bludger - What's the difference?

parasite | bludger | Related terms |

Parasite is a related term of bludger.


As nouns the difference between parasite and bludger

is that parasite is (pejorative) a person who lives on other people's efforts or expense and gives little or nothing back while bludger is (australia|slang|obsolete) a pimp, a man living off the earnings of a harlot 1966 , sidney j baker, the australian language'', second edition, chapter vi, section 3, page 129—''mentions an 1882 record of the "pimp" usage .

Parasite vs Symbiotic - What's the difference?

parasite | symbiotic |


In biology|lang=en terms the difference between parasite and symbiotic

is that parasite is (biology) an organism that lives on or in another organism, deriving benefit from living on or in that other organism, while not contributing towards that other organism sufficiently to cover the cost to that other organism while symbiotic is (biology) of, or relating to symbiosis; living together.

As nouns the difference between parasite and symbiotic

is that parasite is (pejorative) a person who lives on other people's efforts or expense and gives little or nothing back while symbiotic is (astronomy) symbiotic star.

As an adjective symbiotic is

(biology) of, or relating to symbiosis; living together.

Garm vs Parasite - What's the difference?

garm | parasite |


As a noun parasite is

(pejorative) a person who lives on other people's efforts or expense and gives little or nothing back.

Parasite vs Scrounger - What's the difference?

parasite | scrounger | Related terms |

Parasite is a related term of scrounger.


As nouns the difference between parasite and scrounger

is that parasite is (pejorative) a person who lives on other people's efforts or expense and gives little or nothing back while scrounger is one who scrounges.

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