reanalyze

Reanalyse vs Reanalyze - What's the difference?

reanalyse | reanalyze |


As verbs the difference between reanalyse and reanalyze

is that reanalyse is while reanalyze is analyze again.

Reanalyze vs Reanalyzed - What's the difference?

reanalyze | reanalyzed |


As verbs the difference between reanalyze and reanalyzed

is that reanalyze is analyze again while reanalyzed is (reanalyze).

Reanalysis vs Reanalyze - What's the difference?

reanalysis | reanalyze | Related terms |

Reanalyze is a related term of reanalysis.

Reanalysis is a derived term of reanalyze.


In context|linguistics|lang=en terms the difference between reanalysis and reanalyze

is that reanalysis is (linguistics) analyzing a lexeme with a different structure from its original, often by misunderstanding for example, hamburger'', which is originally ''hamburg'' + ''-er'', was reanalyzed as ''ham'' + ''-burger'', which produced words like ''cheeseburger while reanalyze is (linguistics) analyze a lexeme with a different structure from its original, often by misunderstanding for example, hamburger'', which is originally ''hamburg'' + ''-er'', was reanalyzed as ''ham'' + ''-burger'', which produced words like ''cheeseburger .

As a noun reanalysis

is a second or subsequent analysis.

As a verb reanalyze is

analyze again.

Cheeseburger vs Reanalyze - What's the difference?

cheeseburger | reanalyze |


As a noun cheeseburger

is a hamburger sandwich containing cheese (usually one or more slices of processed cheese).

As a verb reanalyze is

analyze again.

Ham vs Reanalyze - What's the difference?

ham | reanalyze |


As verbs the difference between ham and reanalyze

is that ham is to overact; to act with exaggerated emotions while reanalyze is analyze again.

As a noun ham

is (anatomy) the region back of the knee joint; the popliteal space; the hock or ham can be or ham can be an overacting or amateurish performer; an actor with an especially showy or exaggerated style.

Hamburg vs Reanalyze - What's the difference?

hamburg | reanalyze |

Hamburger vs Reanalyze - What's the difference?

hamburger | reanalyze |


As a noun hamburger

is a hot sandwich consisting of a patty of cooked ground beef, in a sliced bun, sometimes also containing salad vegetables, condiments, or both.

As a verb reanalyze is

analyze again.

Lexeme vs Reanalyze - What's the difference?

lexeme | reanalyze |


In context|linguistics|lang=en terms the difference between lexeme and reanalyze

is that lexeme is (linguistics) roughly, the set of inflected forms taken by a single word, such as the lexeme run including as members "run" (lemma), "running" (inflected form), or "ran", and excluding "runner" (derived term) while reanalyze is (linguistics) analyze a lexeme with a different structure from its original, often by misunderstanding for example, hamburger'', which is originally ''hamburg'' + ''-er'', was reanalyzed as ''ham'' + ''-burger'', which produced words like ''cheeseburger .

As a noun lexeme

is (linguistics) roughly, the set of inflected forms taken by a single word, such as the lexeme run including as members "run" (lemma), "running" (inflected form), or "ran", and excluding "runner" (derived term).

As a verb reanalyze is

analyze again.

Analyze vs Reanalyze - What's the difference?

analyze | reanalyze |


As verbs the difference between analyze and reanalyze

is that analyze is to subject to analysis while reanalyze is analyze again.