requisite

Requisite vs Inevitable - What's the difference?

requisite | inevitable |


As adjectives the difference between requisite and inevitable

is that requisite is essential, required, indispensable while inevitable is inevitable; unavoidable.

As a noun requisite

is an indispensable item; a requirement.

Amenity vs Requisite - What's the difference?

amenity | requisite |


As nouns the difference between amenity and requisite

is that amenity is pleasantness while requisite is an indispensable item; a requirement.

As an adjective requisite is

essential, required, indispensable.

Requisite vs Null - What's the difference?

requisite | null |


As nouns the difference between requisite and null

is that requisite is an indispensable item; a requirement while null is zero, nil; the cardinal number before einn.

As an adjective requisite

is essential, required, indispensable.

Agreement vs Requisite - What's the difference?

agreement | requisite | Related terms |

Agreement is a related term of requisite.


As nouns the difference between agreement and requisite

is that agreement is (countable) an understanding between entities to follow a specific course of conduct while requisite is an indispensable item; a requirement.

As an adjective requisite is

essential, required, indispensable.

Requisite vs Vital - What's the difference?

requisite | vital | Related terms |

Requisite is a related term of vital.


As adjectives the difference between requisite and vital

is that requisite is essential, required, indispensable while vital is relating to, or characteristic of life.

As a noun requisite

is an indispensable item; a requirement.

Basic vs Requisite - What's the difference?

basic | requisite | Related terms |

Basic is a related term of requisite.


As adjectives the difference between basic and requisite

is that basic is basic while requisite is essential, required, indispensable.

As a noun requisite is

an indispensable item; a requirement.

Compulsory vs Requisite - What's the difference?

compulsory | requisite | Related terms |

Compulsory is a related term of requisite.


As adjectives the difference between compulsory and requisite

is that compulsory is required; obligatory; mandatory while requisite is essential, required, indispensable.

As nouns the difference between compulsory and requisite

is that compulsory is something that is compulsory or required while requisite is an indispensable item; a requirement.

Want vs Requisite - What's the difference?

want | requisite | Related terms |

Want is a related term of requisite.


As a proper noun want

is a personification of want.

As an adjective requisite is

essential, required, indispensable.

As a noun requisite is

an indispensable item; a requirement.

Requisite vs Attributes - What's the difference?

requisite | attributes |


As nouns the difference between requisite and attributes

is that requisite is an indispensable item; a requirement while attributes is .

As an adjective requisite

is essential, required, indispensable.

As a verb attributes is

(attribute).

Plight vs Requisite - What's the difference?

plight | requisite | Related terms |

Plight is a related term of requisite.


As nouns the difference between plight and requisite

is that plight is a dire or unfortunate situation or plight can be responsibility for ensuing consequences; risk; danger; peril or plight can be (obsolete) a network; a plait; a fold; rarely a garment while requisite is an indispensable item; a requirement.

As a verb plight

is to expose to risk; to pledge or plight can be (obsolete) to weave; to braid; to fold; to plait.

As an adjective requisite is

essential, required, indispensable.

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