resist

Sustain vs Resist - What's the difference?

sustain | resist |


In lang=en terms the difference between sustain and resist

is that sustain is to confirm, prove, or corroborate while resist is to oppose.

As nouns the difference between sustain and resist

is that sustain is (music) a mechanism which can be used to hold a note, as the right pedal on a piano while resist is a protective coating or covering oxford english dictionary , 2nd ed, 1989.

As verbs the difference between sustain and resist

is that sustain is to maintain, or keep in existence while resist is to attempt to counter the actions or effects of.

Resist vs Tempt - What's the difference?

resist | tempt |


In lang=en terms the difference between resist and tempt

is that resist is to oppose while tempt is to provoke something; to court.

As verbs the difference between resist and tempt

is that resist is to attempt to counter the actions or effects of while tempt is to provoke someone to do wrong, especially by promising a reward; to entice.

As a noun resist

is a protective coating or covering oxford english dictionary , 2nd ed, 1989.

Resist vs Disappoint - What's the difference?

resist | disappoint | Synonyms |

Resist is a synonym of disappoint.


As verbs the difference between resist and disappoint

is that resist is to attempt to counter the actions or effects of while disappoint is to displease by eg underperforming or disappoint can be (internet slang).

As a noun resist

is a protective coating or covering oxford english dictionary , 2nd ed, 1989.

Tu_repulse vs Resist - What's the difference?

tu_repulse | resist | Related terms |

Tu_repulse is a related term of resist.


As a verb resist is

to attempt to counter the actions or effects of.

As a noun resist is

a protective coating or covering oxford english dictionary , 2nd ed, 1989.

Immune vs Resist - What's the difference?

immune | resist |


As nouns the difference between immune and resist

is that immune is (epidemiology) a person who is not susceptible to infection by a particular disease while resist is a protective coating or covering oxford english dictionary , 2nd ed, 1989.

As verbs the difference between immune and resist

is that immune is to make immune while resist is to attempt to counter the actions or effects of.

As an adjective immune

is exempt; not subject to.

Impede vs Resist - What's the difference?

impede | resist |


As verbs the difference between impede and resist

is that impede is to get in the way of; to hinder while resist is to attempt to counter the actions or effects of.

As a noun resist is

a protective coating or covering oxford english dictionary , 2nd ed, 1989.

Resist vs Defiant - What's the difference?

resist | defiant |


As verbs the difference between resist and defiant

is that resist is to attempt to counter the actions or effects of while defiant is .

As a noun resist

is a protective coating or covering oxford english dictionary , 2nd ed, 1989.

As an adjective defiant is

mistrustful.

Baulk vs Resist - What's the difference?

baulk | resist |


As nouns the difference between baulk and resist

is that baulk is (british) while resist is a protective coating or covering oxford english dictionary , 2nd ed, 1989.

As verbs the difference between baulk and resist

is that baulk is (british) while resist is to attempt to counter the actions or effects of.

Resist vs Withdraw - What's the difference?

resist | withdraw |


In lang=en terms the difference between resist and withdraw

is that resist is to oppose while withdraw is to be in withdrawal from an addictive drug etc.

As verbs the difference between resist and withdraw

is that resist is to attempt to counter the actions or effects of while withdraw is to pull (something) back, aside, or away.

As a noun resist

is a protective coating or covering oxford english dictionary , 2nd ed, 1989.

Resist vs Retain - What's the difference?

resist | retain |


In lang=en terms the difference between resist and retain

is that resist is to oppose while retain is to hold secure.

In obsolete|lang=en terms the difference between resist and retain

is that resist is (obsolete) to be distasteful to while retain is (obsolete) to belong; to pertain.

As verbs the difference between resist and retain

is that resist is to attempt to counter the actions or effects of while retain is to keep in possession or use.

As a noun resist

is a protective coating or covering oxford english dictionary , 2nd ed, 1989.

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