pretty

Pretty vs So - What's the difference?

pretty | so |


As an adjective pretty

is cunning; clever, skilful.

As an adverb pretty

is somewhat, fairly, quite; sometimes also (by meiosis) very.

As a noun pretty

is something that is pretty.

As a verb pretty

is to make pretty; to beautify.

As a pronoun so is

this;.

Hideous vs Pretty - What's the difference?

hideous | pretty |


As adjectives the difference between hideous and pretty

is that hideous is frightful; shocking; extremely ugly while pretty is cunning; clever, skilful.

As an adverb pretty is

somewhat, fairly, quite; sometimes also (by meiosis) very.

As a noun pretty is

something that is pretty.

As a verb pretty is

to make pretty; to beautify.

Pretty vs Almost - What's the difference?

pretty | almost |


As adverbs the difference between pretty and almost

is that pretty is somewhat, fairly, quite; sometimes also (by meiosis) very while almost is very close to, but not quite.

As nouns the difference between pretty and almost

is that pretty is something that is pretty while almost is (informal) something or someone that doesn't quite make it.

As an adjective pretty

is cunning; clever, skilful.

As a verb pretty

is to make pretty; to beautify.

Pretty vs Beautyful - What's the difference?

pretty | beautyful |


As adjectives the difference between pretty and beautyful

is that pretty is cunning; clever, skilful while beautyful is .

As an adverb pretty

is somewhat, fairly, quite; sometimes also (by meiosis) very.

As a noun pretty

is something that is pretty.

As a verb pretty

is to make pretty; to beautify.

Abit vs Pretty - What's the difference?

abit | pretty |


As adverbs the difference between abit and pretty

is that abit is while pretty is somewhat, fairly, quite; sometimes also (by meiosis) very.

As an adjective pretty is

cunning; clever, skilful.

As a noun pretty is

something that is pretty.

As a verb pretty is

to make pretty; to beautify.

Speak vs Pretty - What's the difference?

speak | pretty |


In dated|lang=en terms the difference between speak and pretty

is that speak is (dated) a low class bar, a speakeasy while pretty is (dated) excellent, commendable, pleasing; fitting or proper (of actions, thoughts etc).

As verbs the difference between speak and pretty

is that speak is to communicate with one's voice, to say words out loud while pretty is to make pretty; to beautify.

As nouns the difference between speak and pretty

is that speak is language, jargon, or terminology used uniquely in a particular environment or group or speak can be (dated) a low class bar, a speakeasy while pretty is something that is pretty.

As an adjective pretty is

cunning; clever, skilful.

As an adverb pretty is

somewhat, fairly, quite; sometimes also (by meiosis) very.

Pretty vs Cheap - What's the difference?

pretty | cheap |


As adjectives the difference between pretty and cheap

is that pretty is cunning; clever, skilful while cheap is low and/or reduced in price.

As adverbs the difference between pretty and cheap

is that pretty is somewhat, fairly, quite; sometimes also (by meiosis) very while cheap is cheaply.

As nouns the difference between pretty and cheap

is that pretty is something that is pretty while cheap is trade; traffic; chaffer; chaffering.

As verbs the difference between pretty and cheap

is that pretty is to make pretty; to beautify while cheap is (obsolete) to trade; traffic; bargain; chaffer; ask the price of goods; cheapen goods.

Pretty vs Splendid - What's the difference?

pretty | splendid |


As adjectives the difference between pretty and splendid

is that pretty is cunning; clever, skilful while splendid is possessing or displaying splendor; shining; very bright; as, a splendid sun.

As an adverb pretty

is somewhat, fairly, quite; sometimes also (by meiosis) very.

As a noun pretty

is something that is pretty.

As a verb pretty

is to make pretty; to beautify.

Great vs Pretty - What's the difference?

great | pretty |


As verbs the difference between great and pretty

is that great is while pretty is to make pretty; to beautify.

As an adjective pretty is

cunning; clever, skilful.

As an adverb pretty is

somewhat, fairly, quite; sometimes also (by meiosis) very.

As a noun pretty is

something that is pretty.

Pretty vs Kinda - What's the difference?

pretty | kinda |


As adverbs the difference between pretty and kinda

is that pretty is somewhat, fairly, quite; sometimes also (by meiosis) very while kinda is (colloquial) kind of; somewhat.

As nouns the difference between pretty and kinda

is that pretty is something that is pretty while kinda is a subspecies of baboon, , primarily found in angola, the democratic republic of the congo, zambia, and possibly western tanzania.

As an adjective pretty

is cunning; clever, skilful.

As a verb pretty

is to make pretty; to beautify.

As a contraction kinda is

(colloquial) kind of.

As an interjection kinda is

yes in some respects but no in other respects.

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