pullulate

Pullulate vs Proliferate - What's the difference?

pullulate | proliferate |


As verbs the difference between pullulate and proliferate

is that pullulate is to rapidly multiply while proliferate is to increase in number or spread rapidly.

Pullulate vs Reproduce - What's the difference?

pullulate | reproduce |


As verbs the difference between pullulate and reproduce

is that pullulate is to rapidly multiply while reproduce is to produce an image or copy of something.

Pullulate vs Burgeon - What's the difference?

pullulate | burgeon |


As verbs the difference between pullulate and burgeon

is that pullulate is to rapidly multiply while burgeon is to grow or expand.

As a noun burgeon is

(obsolete) bud, sprout, shoot.

Pullulate vs Spring - What's the difference?

pullulate | spring |


As a verb pullulate

is to rapidly multiply.

As a proper noun spring is

spring, the season of warmth and new vegetation following winter.

Breed vs Pullulate - What's the difference?

breed | pullulate |


As verbs the difference between breed and pullulate

is that breed is to produce offspring sexually; to bear young while pullulate is to rapidly multiply.

As a noun breed

is all animals or plants of the same species or subspecies.

Pullulate vs Pullulated - What's the difference?

pullulate | pullulated |


As verbs the difference between pullulate and pullulated

is that pullulate is to rapidly multiply while pullulated is (pullulate).

Pullulation vs Pullulate - What's the difference?

pullulation | pullulate | Derived terms |

Pullulation is a derived term of pullulate.


As a noun pullulation

is a teeming, swarming, or multiplying.

As a verb pullulate is

to rapidly multiply.

Germinate vs Pullulate - What's the difference?

germinate | pullulate |


As verbs the difference between germinate and pullulate

is that germinate is to sprout or produce buds while pullulate is to rapidly multiply.

Teem vs Pullulate - What's the difference?

teem | pullulate |


As verbs the difference between teem and pullulate

is that teem is to be stocked to overflowing or teem can be (archaic) to empty or teem can be (obsolete|rare) to think fit while pullulate is to rapidly multiply.

Multiply vs Pullulate - What's the difference?

multiply | pullulate |


As verbs the difference between multiply and pullulate

is that multiply is to increase the amount, degree or number of (something) while pullulate is to rapidly multiply.

As a noun multiply

is (computer science) an act or instance of multiplying.

As a adverb multiply

is in many or multiple ways.

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