prior

Foreground vs Prior - What's the difference?

foreground | prior |


As nouns the difference between foreground and prior

is that foreground is the elements of an image which lie closest to the picture plane while prior is prior (high-ranking member of a monastery).

As a verb foreground

is to place in the foreground (physically or metaphorically).

Minutes vs Prior - What's the difference?

minutes | prior |


As a verb minutes

is .

As a noun prior is

prior (high-ranking member of a monastery).

Next vs Prior - What's the difference?

next | prior |


As nouns the difference between next and prior

is that next is the one that follows after this one while prior is prior (high-ranking member of a monastery).

As an adjective next

is following in a sequence.

As a determiner next

is the one immediately following the current or most recent one.

As an adverb next

is in a time, place or sequence closest or following.

As a preposition next

is on the side of; next to.

Prior vs Upon - What's the difference?

prior | upon |


As a noun prior

is prior (high-ranking member of a monastery).

As a preposition upon is

being above and in contact with another.

As an adverb upon is

being the target of an action.

Antecede vs Prior - What's the difference?

antecede | prior |


As a verb antecede

is .

As a noun prior is

prior (high-ranking member of a monastery).

Prior vs Primary - What's the difference?

prior | primary |


As nouns the difference between prior and primary

is that prior is prior (high-ranking member of a monastery) while primary is a primary election; a preliminary election to select a political candidate of a political party.

As an adjective primary is

the first in a group or series.

As a verb primary is

(us|intransitive) to take part in a primary election.

Prior vs Poast - What's the difference?

prior | poast |


As nouns the difference between prior and poast

is that prior is prior (high-ranking member of a monastery) while poast is .

As a verb poast is

.

Prioritise vs Prior - What's the difference?

prioritise | prior |


As a verb prioritise

is .

As a noun prior is

prior (high-ranking member of a monastery).

Preparatory vs Prior - What's the difference?

preparatory | prior | Related terms |

Preparatory is a related term of prior.


As an adjective preparatory

is of or pertaining to preparation, having the purpose of making something or someone ready, preparative.

As a noun prior is

prior (high-ranking member of a monastery).

First vs Prior - What's the difference?

first | prior |


As nouns the difference between first and prior

is that first is ridge (of roof) while prior is prior (high-ranking member of a monastery).

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