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Season vs Adapt - What's the difference?

season | adapt |


In lang=en terms the difference between season and adapt

is that season is to become dry and hard, by the escape of the natural juices, or by being penetrated with other substance; as, timber seasons in the sun while adapt is to change oneself so as to be adapted.

As verbs the difference between season and adapt

is that season is to flavour food with spices, herbs or salt while adapt is to make suitable; to make to correspond; to fit or suit; to proportion.

As a noun season

is each of the four divisions of a year: spring, summer, autumn and winter; yeartide.

As an adjective adapt is

adapted; fit; suited; suitable.

Season vs Stage - What's the difference?

season | stage |


As nouns the difference between season and stage

is that season is each of the four divisions of a year: spring, summer, autumn and winter; yeartide while stage is a phase.

As verbs the difference between season and stage

is that season is to flavour food with spices, herbs or salt while stage is to produce on a stage, to perform a play.

Season vs Condiment - What's the difference?

season | condiment |


As nouns the difference between season and condiment

is that season is each of the four divisions of a year: spring, summer, autumn and winter; yeartide while condiment is something used to enhance the flavor of food; for example, salt or pepper.

As a verb season

is to flavour food with spices, herbs or salt.

Season vs Epoch - What's the difference?

season | epoch |


As nouns the difference between season and epoch

is that season is each of the four divisions of a year: spring, summer, autumn and winter; yeartide while epoch is a particular period of history, especially one considered remarkable or noteworthy.

As a verb season

is to flavour food with spices, herbs or salt.

Quarter vs Season - What's the difference?

quarter | season |


In obsolete|lang=en terms the difference between quarter and season

is that quarter is (obsolete) to drive a carriage so as to prevent the wheels from going into the ruts, or so that a rut shall be between the wheels while season is (obsolete) to copulate with; to impregnate.

In lang=en terms the difference between quarter and season

is that quarter is to lodge; to have a temporary residence while season is to become dry and hard, by the escape of the natural juices, or by being penetrated with other substance; as, timber seasons in the sun.

As nouns the difference between quarter and season

is that quarter is any one of four equal parts into which something has been divided while season is each of the four divisions of a year: spring, summer, autumn and winter; yeartide.

As verbs the difference between quarter and season

is that quarter is to divide into quarters or quarter can be (obsolete) to drive a carriage so as to prevent the wheels from going into the ruts, or so that a rut shall be between the wheels while season is to flavour food with spices, herbs or salt.

As an adjective quarter

is pertaining to an aspect of a.

Season vs Time - What's the difference?

season | time |


As nouns the difference between season and time

is that season is each of the four divisions of a year: spring, summer, autumn and winter; yeartide while time is .

As a verb season

is to flavour food with spices, herbs or salt.

Season vs Preservation - What's the difference?

season | preservation |


As nouns the difference between season and preservation

is that season is each of the four divisions of a year: spring, summer, autumn and winter; yeartide while preservation is preservation.

As a verb season

is to flavour food with spices, herbs or salt.

Season vs Wether - What's the difference?

season | wether |


In lang=en terms the difference between season and wether

is that season is to become dry and hard, by the escape of the natural juices, or by being penetrated with other substance; as, timber seasons in the sun while wether is to castrate a male sheep or goat.

As nouns the difference between season and wether

is that season is each of the four divisions of a year: spring, summer, autumn and winter; yeartide while wether is a castrated buck goat.

As verbs the difference between season and wether

is that season is to flavour food with spices, herbs or salt while wether is to castrate a male sheep or goat.

Season vs Brook - What's the difference?

season | brook |


As a noun season

is each of the four divisions of a year: spring, summer, autumn and winter; yeartide.

As a verb season

is to flavour food with spices, herbs or salt.

As a proper noun brook is

for someone living by a brook .

Season vs Brooke - What's the difference?

season | brooke |


As nouns the difference between season and brooke

is that season is each of the four divisions of a year: spring, summer, autumn and winter; yeartide while brooke is .

As verbs the difference between season and brooke

is that season is to flavour food with spices, herbs or salt while brooke is .

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