repel

Fight vs Repel - What's the difference?

fight | repel | Related terms |

Fight is a related term of repel.


In sports|lang=en terms the difference between fight and repel

is that fight is (sports) a boxing or martial arts match while repel is (sports) to save (a shot).

As verbs the difference between fight and repel

is that fight is (label) to contend in physical conflict, either singly or in war, battle etc while repel is .

As a noun fight

is an occasion of fighting.

Chide vs Repel - What's the difference?

chide | repel |


As verbs the difference between chide and repel

is that chide is to admonish in blame; to reproach angrily while repel is .

Allay vs Repel - What's the difference?

allay | repel |


As verbs the difference between allay and repel

is that allay is to make quiet or put at rest; to pacify or appease; to quell; to calm while repel is .

As a noun allay

is alleviation; abatement; check.

Alienate vs Repel - What's the difference?

alienate | repel | Related terms |

Alienate is a related term of repel.


As verbs the difference between alienate and repel

is that alienate is to convey or transfer to another, as title, property, or right; to part voluntarily with ownership of while repel is .

As an adjective alienate

is estranged; withdrawn in affection; foreign; with from .

As a noun alienate

is (obsolete) a stranger; an alien.

Repel vs Reflect - What's the difference?

repel | reflect |


As verbs the difference between repel and reflect

is that repel is while reflect is to bend back (light, etc) from a surface.

Repel vs Driveaway - What's the difference?

repel | driveaway |


As a verb repel

is .

As a noun driveaway is

(australia|vehicle sales) sale price including all dealer fees, and all legally required fees such as registration and insurance.

Repel vs Appall - What's the difference?

repel | appall |


As verbs the difference between repel and appall

is that repel is while appall is to depress or discourage with fear; to impress with fear in such a manner that the mind shrinks, or loses its firmness; to inundate with sudden terror or horror; to dismay.

Repel vs Resent - What's the difference?

repel | resent | Related terms |

Repel is a related term of resent.


As verbs the difference between repel and resent

is that repel is while resent is to express or exhibit displeasure or indignation at (words or acts) or resent can be (resend).

Repel vs Project - What's the difference?

repel | project |


As verbs the difference between repel and project

is that repel is while project is to extend beyond a surface.

As a noun project is

a planned endeavor, usually with a specific goal and accomplished in several steps or stages or project can be (usually|plural|us) an urban low-income housing building.

Repel vs Tu_repulse - What's the difference?

repel | tu_repulse | Synonyms |

Repel is a synonym of tu_repulse.

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