permission

Access vs Permission - What's the difference?

access | permission |


As nouns the difference between access and permission

is that access is (uncountable) a way or means of approaching or entering; an entrance; a passage while permission is authorisation; consent (especially formal consent from someone in authority).

As a verb access

is to gain or obtain access to.

Right vs Permission - What's the difference?

right | permission |


As nouns the difference between right and permission

is that right is that which complies with justice, law or reason while permission is authorisation; consent (especially formal consent from someone in authority).

As an adjective right

is (archaic) straight, not bent.

As an adverb right

is on the right side or right can be exactly, precisely.

As an interjection right

is yes, that is correct; i agree.

As a verb right

is to correct.

Permission vs Consist - What's the difference?

permission | consist |


As nouns the difference between permission and consist

is that permission is authorisation; consent (especially formal consent from someone in authority) while consist is (rail transport) a lineup or sequence of railroad carriages or cars, with or without a locomotive, that form a unit.

As a verb consist is

(obsolete|intransitive) to exist, to be.

Concurrence vs Permission - What's the difference?

concurrence | permission |


As nouns the difference between concurrence and permission

is that concurrence is agreement; concurring while permission is authorisation; consent (especially formal consent from someone in authority).

Permission vs Leave - What's the difference?

permission | leave |


As nouns the difference between permission and leave

is that permission is authorisation; consent (especially formal consent from someone in authority) while leave is (cricket) the action of the batsman not attempting to play at the ball or leave can be permission to be absent; time away from one's work.

As a verb leave is

to have a consequence or remnant or leave can be to give leave to; allow; permit; let; grant or leave can be (rare) to produce leaves or foliageoxford english dictionary , 2nd ed or leave can be (obsolete) to raise; to levy.

Permission vs Authorise - What's the difference?

permission | authorise |


As a noun permission

is authorisation; consent (especially formal consent from someone in authority).

As a verb authorise is

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Mungkin vs Permission - What's the difference?

mungkin | permission |


As an adverb mungkin

is maybe, perhaps, possibly.

As a noun permission is

authorisation; consent (especially formal consent from someone in authority).

Permission vs Allow - What's the difference?

permission | allow |


As a noun permission

is authorisation; consent (especially formal consent from someone in authority).

As a verb allow is

to grant, give, admit, accord, afford, or yield; to let one have.

Equal vs Permission - What's the difference?

equal | permission |


As nouns the difference between equal and permission

is that equal is a person or thing of equal status to others while permission is authorisation; consent (especially formal consent from someone in authority).

As an adjective equal

is (label) the same in all respects.

As a verb equal

is (mathematics) to be equal to, to have the same value as; to correspond to.

Permission vs Privilege - What's the difference?

permission | privilege |


In context|computing|lang=en terms the difference between permission and privilege

is that permission is (computing) flags or access control lists pertaining to a file that dictate who can access it, and how while privilege is (computing) an ability to perform an action on the system that can be selectively granted or denied to users; permission.

As nouns the difference between permission and privilege

is that permission is authorisation; consent (especially formal consent from someone in authority) while privilege is a peculiar benefit, advantage, or favor; a right or immunity not enjoyed by others or by all; special enjoyment of a good, or exemption from an evil or burden; a prerogative; advantage; franchise; preferential treatment.

As a verb privilege is

(archaic) to grant some particular right or exemption to; to invest with a peculiar right or immunity; to authorize; as, to privilege representatives from arrest.

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