pasteurised

Pasteurise vs Pasteurised - What's the difference?

pasteurise | pasteurised |


As verbs the difference between pasteurise and pasteurised

is that pasteurise is while pasteurised is (pasteurise).

Row vs Pasteurised - What's the difference?

row | pasteurised |


As verbs the difference between row and pasteurised

is that row is (transitive|or|intransitive|nautical) to propel (a boat or other craft) over water using oars or row can be to argue noisily while pasteurised is (pasteurise).

As a noun row

is a line of objects, often regularly spaced, such as seats in a theatre, vegetable plants in a garden etc or row can be (weightlifting) an exercise performed with a pulling motion of the arms towards the back or row can be a noisy argument.

Pasteurized vs Pasteurised - What's the difference?

pasteurized | pasteurised | Alternative forms |

Pasteurized is an alternative form of pasteurised.


As verbs the difference between pasteurized and pasteurised

is that pasteurized is (pasteurize) while pasteurised is (pasteurise).

Pasteurised vs Aseptic - What's the difference?

pasteurised | aseptic |


As a verb pasteurised

is (pasteurise).

As an adjective aseptic is

free of disease-causing microbes.