provisionally

Provisionally vs Conditionally - What's the difference?

provisionally | conditionally |


As adverbs the difference between provisionally and conditionally

is that provisionally is in a provisional way; temporarily while conditionally is under specified conditions.

Provisionally vs Temporary - What's the difference?

provisionally | temporary |


As an adverb provisionally

is in a provisional way; temporarily.

As an adjective temporary is

not permanent; existing only for a period or periods of time.

As a noun temporary is

one serving for a limited time; short-term employee.

Provisionally - What does it mean?

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Provision vs Provisionally - What's the difference?

provision | provisionally |


As a noun provision

is provision.

As an adverb provisionally is

in a provisional way; temporarily.

Tentative vs Provisionally - What's the difference?

tentative | provisionally |


As a noun tentative

is a trial; an experiment.

As an adjective tentative

is of or pertaining to a trial or trials; essaying; experimental.

As an adverb provisionally is

in a provisional way; temporarily.

Tentatively vs Provisionally - What's the difference?

tentatively | provisionally |


As adverbs the difference between tentatively and provisionally

is that tentatively is of, or having to do with being tentative while provisionally is in a provisional way; temporarily.

Temporarily vs Provisionally - What's the difference?

temporarily | provisionally |


As adverbs the difference between temporarily and provisionally

is that temporarily is for a relatively brief period of time while provisionally is in a provisional way; temporarily.

Provisional vs Provisionally - What's the difference?

provisional | provisionally |


As an adjective provisional

is temporary.

As a noun provisional

is (philately) a postage stamp issued locally before an official issue is released.

As an adverb provisionally is

in a provisional way; temporarily.

Provisionally vs Ansatz - What's the difference?

provisionally | ansatz |


As a adverb provisionally

is in a provisional way; temporarily.

As a noun ansatz is

a mathematical assumption used to describe a certain phenomenon, posited in order to help provisionally solve an equation or other problem.

What is the difference between provisionally and handfast?

provisionally | handfast |


As a adverb provisionally

is in a provisional way; temporarily.

As a noun handfast is

(obsolete) a hold, grasp; custody, power of confining or keeping.

As a verb handfast is

to pledge; to bind.

As a adjective handfast is

(obsolete) fast by contract; betrothed by joining hands or handfast can be (rare) strong; steadfast.