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Runaway vs Leave - What's the difference?

runaway | leave |


As nouns the difference between runaway and leave

is that runaway is a person or animal that runs away or has run away; a person, animal, or organization that escapes limitations while leave is (cricket) the action of the batsman not attempting to play at the ball or leave can be permission to be absent; time away from one's work.

As a verb leave is

to have a consequence or remnant or leave can be to give leave to; allow; permit; let; grant or leave can be (rare) to produce leaves or foliageoxford english dictionary , 2nd ed or leave can be (obsolete) to raise; to levy.

Runaway vs Absolution - What's the difference?

runaway | absolution |


As nouns the difference between runaway and absolution

is that runaway is a person or animal that runs away or has run away; a person, animal, or organization that escapes limitations while absolution is absolution.

Runaway vs Runaway - What's the difference?

runaway | runaway |


In usually attributive|lang=en terms the difference between runaway and runaway

is that runaway is (usually attributive) an object or process that is out of control or out of equilibrium while runaway is (usually attributive) an object or process that is out of control or out of equilibrium.

As nouns the difference between runaway and runaway

is that runaway is a person or animal that runs away or has run away; a person, animal, or organization that escapes limitations while runaway is a person or animal that runs away or has run away; a person, animal, or organization that escapes limitations.

Runaway vs Tramp - What's the difference?

runaway | tramp | Related terms |

Runaway is a related term of tramp.


As nouns the difference between runaway and tramp

is that runaway is a person or animal that runs away or has run away; a person, animal, or organization that escapes limitations while tramp is (pejorative) a homeless person, a vagabond.

As a verb tramp is

to walk with heavy footsteps.

Runaway vs Exile - What's the difference?

runaway | exile | Related terms |

Runaway is a related term of exile.


As nouns the difference between runaway and exile

is that runaway is a person or animal that runs away or has run away; a person, animal, or organization that escapes limitations while exile is exile (someone in exile).

As an adjective exile is

exiled, in exile.

As a verb exile is

.

Runaway vs Rover - What's the difference?

runaway | rover | Related terms |

Runaway is a related term of rover.


As nouns the difference between runaway and rover

is that runaway is a person or animal that runs away or has run away; a person, animal, or organization that escapes limitations while rover is robber.

Runout vs Runaway - What's the difference?

runout | runaway |


As nouns the difference between runout and runaway

is that runout is something that has been run out while runaway is a person or animal that runs away or has run away; a person, animal, or organization that escapes limitations.

Runaway vs Itinerant - What's the difference?

runaway | itinerant | Related terms |

Runaway is a related term of itinerant.


As nouns the difference between runaway and itinerant

is that runaway is a person or animal that runs away or has run away; a person, animal, or organization that escapes limitations while itinerant is a homeless person.

As an adjective itinerant is

which travels to perform its functions.

Goaway vs Runaway - What's the difference?

goaway | runaway |


As a noun runaway is

a person or animal that runs away or has run away; a person, animal, or organization that escapes limitations.

Runaway vs Vagabond - What's the difference?

runaway | vagabond | Related terms |

Runaway is a related term of vagabond.


As nouns the difference between runaway and vagabond

is that runaway is a person or animal that runs away or has run away; a person, animal, or organization that escapes limitations while vagabond is a person on a trip of indeterminate destination and/or length of time.

As a verb vagabond is

to roam, as a vagabond.

As an adjective vagabond is

floating about without any certain direction; driven to and fro.

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