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Pursue vs Fallow - What's the difference?

pursue | fallow |


In lang=en terms the difference between pursue and fallow

is that pursue is to participate in (an activity, business etc); to practise, follow (a profession) while fallow is to make land fallow for agricultural purposes.

As verbs the difference between pursue and fallow

is that pursue is (obsolete|transitive) to follow with harmful intent; to try to harm, to persecute, torment while fallow is to make land fallow for agricultural purposes.

As a noun fallow is

(agriculture|uncountable) ground ploughed and harrowed but left unseeded for one year.

As an adjective fallow is

(of agricultural land) ploughed but left unseeded for more than one planting season or fallow can be of a pale red or yellow, light brown; dun.

Perform vs Pursue - What's the difference?

perform | pursue |


As verbs the difference between perform and pursue

is that perform is to do something; to execute while pursue is (obsolete|transitive) to follow with harmful intent; to try to harm, to persecute, torment.

Quest vs Pursue - What's the difference?

quest | pursue |


As an abbreviation quest

is quantized electronic structure.

As a verb pursue is

(obsolete|transitive) to follow with harmful intent; to try to harm, to persecute, torment.

Pursue vs Accompany - What's the difference?

pursue | accompany | Related terms |

Pursue is a related term of accompany.


In lang=en terms the difference between pursue and accompany

is that pursue is to participate in (an activity, business etc); to practise, follow (a profession) while accompany is to supplement with; add to.

As verbs the difference between pursue and accompany

is that pursue is (obsolete|transitive) to follow with harmful intent; to try to harm, to persecute, torment while accompany is to go with or attend as a companion or associate; to keep company with; to go along with.

Pursue vs Null - What's the difference?

pursue | null |


As a verb pursue

is (obsolete|transitive) to follow with harmful intent; to try to harm, to persecute, torment.

As a noun null is

zero, nil; the cardinal number before einn.

Pursue vs Go_after - What's the difference?

pursue | go_after | Related terms |

Pursue is a related term of go_after.


As verbs the difference between pursue and go_after

is that pursue is (obsolete|transitive) to follow with harmful intent; to try to harm, to persecute, torment while go_after is to pursue in attempt to catch another.

Pursue vs Pursue - What's the difference?

pursue | pursue |


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

is that pursue is (obsolete|transitive) to follow with harmful intent; to try to harm, to persecute, torment while pursue is (obsolete|transitive) to follow with harmful intent; to try to harm, to persecute, torment.

In lang=en terms the difference between pursue and pursue

is that pursue is to participate in (an activity, business etc); to practise, follow (a profession) while pursue is to participate in (an activity, business etc); to practise, follow (a profession).

As verbs the difference between pursue and pursue

is that pursue is (obsolete|transitive) to follow with harmful intent; to try to harm, to persecute, torment while pursue is (obsolete|transitive) to follow with harmful intent; to try to harm, to persecute, torment.

Pursue vs Impose - What's the difference?

pursue | impose |


As verbs the difference between pursue and impose

is that pursue is (obsolete|transitive) to follow with harmful intent; to try to harm, to persecute, torment while impose is .

Seize vs Pursue - What's the difference?

seize | pursue |


In lang=en terms the difference between seize and pursue

is that seize is to bind or lock in position immovably; see also seize up while pursue is to participate in (an activity, business etc); to practise, follow (a profession).

As verbs the difference between seize and pursue

is that seize is to deliberately take hold of; to grab or capture while pursue is (obsolete|transitive) to follow with harmful intent; to try to harm, to persecute, torment.

Pursue vs Persuade - What's the difference?

pursue | persuade |


As verbs the difference between pursue and persuade

is that pursue is (obsolete|transitive) to follow with harmful intent; to try to harm, to persecute, torment while persuade is .

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