provisory

Proviso vs Provisory - What's the difference?

proviso | provisory |


As a noun proviso

is a conditional provision to an agreement.

As an adjective provisory is

containing (a) proviso(es).

Temporary vs Provisory - What's the difference?

temporary | provisory | Synonyms |

Temporary is a synonym of provisory.


As adjectives the difference between temporary and provisory

is that temporary is not permanent; existing only for a period or periods of time while provisory is containing (a) proviso(es).

As a noun temporary

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

Conditional vs Provisory - What's the difference?

conditional | provisory | Synonyms |

Conditional is a synonym of provisory.


As adjectives the difference between conditional and provisory

is that conditional is limited by a condition while provisory is containing (a) proviso(es).

As a noun conditional

is (grammar) a conditional sentence; a statement that depends on a condition being true or false.

Condition vs Provisory - What's the difference?

condition | provisory |


As a noun condition

is a logical clause or phrase that a conditional statement uses the phrase can either be true or false.

As a verb condition

is to subject to the process of acclimation.

As an adjective provisory is

containing (a) proviso(es).

Provisional vs Provisory - What's the difference?

provisional | provisory |


As adjectives the difference between provisional and provisory

is that provisional is temporary while provisory is containing (a) proviso(es).

As a noun provisional

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

Provisory vs Transitional - What's the difference?

provisory | transitional |

Provisory is a synonym of transitional.


As adjectives the difference between provisory and transitional

is that provisory is containing (a) proviso(es) while transitional is of, or relating to a transition.

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