predominant

Predominant vs Staple - What's the difference?

predominant | staple |


As adjectives the difference between predominant and staple

is that predominant is predominant while staple is relating to, or being market of staple for, commodities.

As verbs the difference between predominant and staple

is that predominant is while staple is to sort according to its staple or staple can be to secure with a staple.

As a noun staple is

a town containing merchants who have exclusive right, under royal authority, to purchase or produce certain goods for export; also, the body of such merchants seen as a group or staple can be a wire fastener used to secure stacks of paper by penetrating all the sheets and curling around.

Dominate vs Predominant - What's the difference?

dominate | predominant |


As verbs the difference between dominate and predominant

is that dominate is to govern, rule or control by superior authority or power while predominant is .

As an adjective predominant is

predominant.

Predominant vs Preponderance - What's the difference?

predominant | preponderance |


As an adjective predominant

is predominant.

As a verb predominant

is .

As a noun preponderance is

preponderance.

Monopolistic vs Predominant - What's the difference?

monopolistic | predominant |


As adjectives the difference between monopolistic and predominant

is that monopolistic is acting in the manner of a monopoly while predominant is predominant.

As a verb predominant is

.

Predominant vs Substantial - What's the difference?

predominant | substantial |


As adjectives the difference between predominant and substantial

is that predominant is predominant while substantial is having to substance; actually existing; real; as, substantial life.

As a verb predominant

is .

As a noun substantial is

anything having substance; an essential part.

Pertinent vs Predominant - What's the difference?

pertinent | predominant |


As adjectives the difference between pertinent and predominant

is that pertinent is important with regard to (a subject or matter); relevant while predominant is predominant.

As a verb predominant is

.

General vs Predominant - What's the difference?

general | predominant |


As a noun general

is general.

As an adjective predominant is

predominant.

As a verb predominant is

.

Predominant vs Surpassing - What's the difference?

predominant | surpassing |


As verbs the difference between predominant and surpassing

is that predominant is while surpassing is .

As an adjective predominant

is predominant.

Predominant vs Efficacious - What's the difference?

predominant | efficacious | Related terms |

Predominant is a related term of efficacious.


As adjectives the difference between predominant and efficacious

is that predominant is predominant while efficacious is effective; possessing efficacy.

As a verb predominant

is .

Predominant vs Necessary - What's the difference?

predominant | necessary | Related terms |

Predominant is a related term of necessary.


As adjectives the difference between predominant and necessary

is that predominant is predominant while necessary is needed, required.

As a verb predominant

is .

As a noun necessary is

(archaic|british) bathroom, toilet, loo.

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