shortage

Poverty vs Shortage - What's the difference?

poverty | shortage |


As nouns the difference between poverty and shortage

is that poverty is the quality or state of being poor or indigent; want or scarcity of means of subsistence; indigence; need while shortage is a lack or deficiency; an insufficient amount.

Plenty vs Shortage - What's the difference?

plenty | shortage |


As a proper noun plenty

is a village in saskatchewan, canada.

As a noun shortage is

a lack or deficiency; an insufficient amount.

Shortage vs Los - What's the difference?

shortage | los |


As a noun shortage

is a lack or deficiency; an insufficient amount.

As an initialism los is

this is a measure by which transportation planners reckon the quality of service on transportation devices.

Shorten vs Shortage - What's the difference?

shorten | shortage |


As a verb shorten

is to make shorter; to abbreviate.

As a noun shortage is

a lack or deficiency; an insufficient amount.

Hardship vs Shortage - What's the difference?

hardship | shortage |


As nouns the difference between hardship and shortage

is that hardship is (countable or uncountable) difficulty or trouble; hard times while shortage is a lack or deficiency; an insufficient amount.

Shortage vs Shortening - What's the difference?

shortage | shortening |


As nouns the difference between shortage and shortening

is that shortage is a lack or deficiency; an insufficient amount while shortening is solid fat, such as butter, lard or hydrogenated vegetable oil, used to make shortcrust pastry.

As a verb shortening is

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Weakness vs Shortage - What's the difference?

weakness | shortage |


As nouns the difference between weakness and shortage

is that weakness is (uncountable) the condition of being weak while shortage is a lack or deficiency; an insufficient amount.

Shortage vs Crisis - What's the difference?

shortage | crisis |


As nouns the difference between shortage and crisis

is that shortage is a lack or deficiency; an insufficient amount while crisis is a crucial or decisive point or situation; a turning point.

Shortage vs Meanness - What's the difference?

shortage | meanness |


As nouns the difference between shortage and meanness

is that shortage is a lack or deficiency; an insufficient amount while meanness is (uncountable) the condition, or quality, of being ; want of excellence; poorness; lowness; baseness; sordidness; stinginess.

Shortage vs Field - What's the difference?

shortage | field |


As a noun shortage

is a lack or deficiency; an insufficient amount.

As a proper noun field is

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