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Prevail vs Propagate - What's the difference?

prevail | propagate |


In lang=en terms the difference between prevail and propagate

is that prevail is to succeed in persuading]] or [[induce|inducing while propagate is to have young or issue; to be produced or multiplied by generation, or by new shoots or plants; as, rabbits propagate rapidly.

As verbs the difference between prevail and propagate

is that prevail is to be superior in strength, dominance, influence or frequency; to have or gain the advantage over others; to have the upper hand; to outnumber others while propagate is to cause to continue or multiply by generation, or successive production; -- applied to animals and plants; as, to propagate a breed of horses or sheep; to propagate a species of fruit tree.

Propagate vs Teach - What's the difference?

propagate | teach |


As a verb propagate

is to cause to continue or multiply by generation, or successive production; -- applied to animals and plants; as, to propagate a breed of horses or sheep; to propagate a species of fruit tree.

As a proper noun teach is

(slang) nickname for a teacher.

Propagate vs Exaggerate - What's the difference?

propagate | exaggerate |


As verbs the difference between propagate and exaggerate

is that propagate is to cause to continue or multiply by generation, or successive production; -- applied to animals and plants; as, to propagate a breed of horses or sheep; to propagate a species of fruit tree while exaggerate is to overstate, to describe more than is fact.

Ballyhoo vs Propagate - What's the difference?

ballyhoo | propagate |


As verbs the difference between ballyhoo and propagate

is that ballyhoo is to sensationalise or make grand claims while propagate is to cause to continue or multiply by generation, or successive production; -- applied to animals and plants; as, to propagate a breed of horses or sheep; to propagate a species of fruit tree.

As a noun ballyhoo

is sensational or clamorous advertising or publicity or ballyhoo can be , an inshore, surface-dwelling species of needlefish forming sizeable schools or ballyhoo can be an unseaworthy or slovenly ship.

Travel vs Propagate - What's the difference?

travel | propagate |


In lang=en terms the difference between travel and propagate

is that travel is to force to journey while propagate is to have young or issue; to be produced or multiplied by generation, or by new shoots or plants; as, rabbits propagate rapidly.

As verbs the difference between travel and propagate

is that travel is to be on a journey, often for pleasure or business and with luggage; to go from one place to another while propagate is to cause to continue or multiply by generation, or successive production; -- applied to animals and plants; as, to propagate a breed of horses or sheep; to propagate a species of fruit tree.

As a noun travel

is the act of traveling.

Propagate vs Propagate - What's the difference?

propagate | propagate |


In lang=en terms the difference between propagate and propagate

is that propagate is to have young or issue; to be produced or multiplied by generation, or by new shoots or plants; as, rabbits propagate rapidly while propagate is to have young or issue; to be produced or multiplied by generation, or by new shoots or plants; as, rabbits propagate rapidly.

In obsolete|transitive|lang=en terms the difference between propagate and propagate

is that propagate is (obsolete|transitive) to multiply; to increase while propagate is (obsolete|transitive) to multiply; to increase.

In computing|lang=en terms the difference between propagate and propagate

is that propagate is (computing) to cause to take effect on all relevant devices in a network while propagate is (computing) to cause to take effect on all relevant devices in a network.

As verbs the difference between propagate and propagate

is that propagate is to cause to continue or multiply by generation, or successive production; -- applied to animals and plants; as, to propagate a breed of horses or sheep; to propagate a species of fruit tree while propagate is to cause to continue or multiply by generation, or successive production; -- applied to animals and plants; as, to propagate a breed of horses or sheep; to propagate a species of fruit tree.

Aggregate vs Propagate - What's the difference?

aggregate | propagate |


As a noun aggregate

is .

As a verb propagate is

to cause to continue or multiply by generation, or successive production; -- applied to animals and plants; as, to propagate a breed of horses or sheep; to propagate a species of fruit tree.

Prolific vs Propagate - What's the difference?

prolific | propagate |


As an adjective prolific

is prolific.

As a verb propagate is

to cause to continue or multiply by generation, or successive production; -- applied to animals and plants; as, to propagate a breed of horses or sheep; to propagate a species of fruit tree.

Propagate vs Percolate - What's the difference?

propagate | percolate |


In lang=en terms the difference between propagate and percolate

is that propagate is to have young or issue; to be produced or multiplied by generation, or by new shoots or plants; as, rabbits propagate rapidly while percolate is to make (coffee) in a percolator.

As verbs the difference between propagate and percolate

is that propagate is to cause to continue or multiply by generation, or successive production; -- applied to animals and plants; as, to propagate a breed of horses or sheep; to propagate a species of fruit tree while percolate is to pass a liquid through a porous substance; to filter.

As a noun percolate is

(rare) a liquid that has been percolated.

Burgeon vs Propagate - What's the difference?

burgeon | propagate |


In lang=en terms the difference between burgeon and propagate

is that burgeon is to swell to the point of bursting while propagate is to have young or issue; to be produced or multiplied by generation, or by new shoots or plants; as, rabbits propagate rapidly.

As verbs the difference between burgeon and propagate

is that burgeon is to grow or expand while propagate is to cause to continue or multiply by generation, or successive production; -- applied to animals and plants; as, to propagate a breed of horses or sheep; to propagate a species of fruit tree.

As a noun burgeon

is (obsolete) bud, sprout, shoot.

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