preference

Favourite vs Preference - What's the difference?

favourite | preference |


As nouns the difference between favourite and preference

is that favourite is a person who enjoys special regard or favour while preference is preference.

As an adjective favourite

is preferred or liked above all others (unless qualified).

As a verb favourite

is .

Dispassionate vs Preference - What's the difference?

dispassionate | preference |


As an adjective dispassionate

is not showing, and not affected by emotion, bias, or prejudice.

As a noun preference is

preference.

Substitution vs Preference - What's the difference?

substitution | preference |


As nouns the difference between substitution and preference

is that substitution is substitution, replacement while preference is preference.

Preferentially vs Preference - What's the difference?

preferentially | preference |


As an adverb preferentially

is in a preferential manner.

As a noun preference is

preference.

Resolution vs Preference - What's the difference?

resolution | preference |


As nouns the difference between resolution and preference

is that resolution is resolution while preference is preference.

Feria vs Preference - What's the difference?

feria | preference |


As a verb feria

is .

As a noun preference is

preference.

Favouritism vs Preference - What's the difference?

favouritism | preference |


As nouns the difference between favouritism and preference

is that favouritism is (british) the unfair favouring of one person or group at the expense of another while preference is preference.

Preference vs Evaluation - What's the difference?

preference | evaluation |


As nouns the difference between preference and evaluation

is that preference is preference while evaluation is assessment.

Tend vs Preference - What's the difference?

tend | preference |


As a verb tend

is to kindle; ignite; set on fire; light; inflame; burn or tend can be (legal|old english law) to make a tender of; to offer or tender or tend can be (with to) to look after (eg an ill person).

As a noun preference is

preference.

Default vs Preference - What's the difference?

default | preference |


As nouns the difference between default and preference

is that default is (finance) the condition of failing to meet an obligation while preference is preference.

As a verb default

is to fail to meet an obligation.

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