recite

Recite vs Count - What's the difference?

recite | count | Synonyms |

Recite is a synonym of count.


As verbs the difference between recite and count

is that recite is while count is to recite numbers in sequence.

As a noun count is

the act of or tallying a quantity or count can be the male ruler of a county.

Acquaint vs Recite - What's the difference?

acquaint | recite | Related terms |

Acquaint is a related term of recite.


As verbs the difference between acquaint and recite

is that acquaint is to furnish or give experimental knowledge of; to make (one) to know; to make familiar while recite is .

As an adjective acquaint

is (obsolete) acquainted.

Iterate vs Recite - What's the difference?

iterate | recite | Related terms |

Iterate is a related term of recite.


As verbs the difference between iterate and recite

is that iterate is (computing|mathematics) to perform or repeat an action on each item in a set while recite is .

As a noun iterate

is (mathematics) a function that iterates.

As an adjective iterate

is (obsolete) said or done again; repeated.

Memorise vs Recite - What's the difference?

memorise | recite |


As verbs the difference between memorise and recite

is that memorise is while recite is .

Address vs Recite - What's the difference?

address | recite |


As verbs the difference between address and recite

is that address is (obsolete) to prepare oneself while recite is .

As a noun address

is direction or superscription of a letter, or the name, title, and place of residence of the person addressed.

Recite vs Recapitulate - What's the difference?

recite | recapitulate | Synonyms |

Recite is a synonym of recapitulate.


As verbs the difference between recite and recapitulate

is that recite is while recapitulate is to summarize or repeat in concise form.

Recite vs Reiterate - What's the difference?

recite | reiterate | Related terms |

Recite is a related term of reiterate.


As verbs the difference between recite and reiterate

is that recite is while reiterate is to say or do (something) for a second time, such as for emphasis.

As an adjective reiterate is

reiterated; repeated.

Recite vs Tell - What's the difference?

recite | tell |


As verbs the difference between recite and tell

is that recite is while tell is (lb) to count, reckon, or enumerate.

As a noun tell is

a reflexive, often habitual behavior, (especially) one occurring in a context that often features attempts at deception by persons under psychological stress (such as a poker game or police interrogation), that reveals information that the person exhibiting the behavior is attempting to withhold or tell can be (archaeology) a mound, originally in the middle east, over or consisting of the ruins of ancient settlements.

Impart vs Recite - What's the difference?

impart | recite | Related terms |

Impart is a related term of recite.


As verbs the difference between impart and recite

is that impart is to give a (l) or (l) while recite is .

Recite vs Number - What's the difference?

recite | number | Synonyms |

Recite is a synonym of number.


As verbs the difference between recite and number

is that recite is while number is to label (items) with numbers; to assign numbers to (items).

As a noun number is

(countable) an abstract entity used to describe quantity.

As an adjective number is

(numb).

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