patented

Patented vs Patenting - What's the difference?

patented | patenting |


As verbs the difference between patented and patenting

is that patented is (patent) while patenting is .

As an adjective patented

is for which a patent has been granted.

Unique vs Patented - What's the difference?

unique | patented |


As adjectives the difference between unique and patented

is that unique is (not comparable) being the only one of its kind; unequaled, unparalleled or unmatched while patented is for which a patent has been granted.

As a noun unique

is a thing without a like; something unequalled or unparallelled.

As a verb patented is

(patent).

Patented vs Parented - What's the difference?

patented | parented |


As verbs the difference between patented and parented

is that patented is (patent) while parented is (parent).

As an adjective patented

is for which a patent has been granted.

Patentee vs Patented - What's the difference?

patentee | patented |


As adjectives the difference between patentee and patented

is that patentee is while patented is for which a patent has been granted.

As a verb patented is

(patent).

Patented vs Patent - What's the difference?

patented | patent |


As a verb patented

is (patent).

As an adjective patented

is for which a patent has been granted.

As a noun patent is

.

Granted vs Patented - What's the difference?

granted | patented |


As verbs the difference between granted and patented

is that granted is (grant) while patented is (patent).

As an adverb granted

is .

As a preposition granted

is (used to mark the premise of a syllogistic argument).

As an adjective patented is

for which a patent has been granted.