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Shut vs Sealed - What's the difference?

shut | sealed |


As verbs the difference between shut and sealed

is that shut is to close, to stop from being open while sealed is (seal).

As adjectives the difference between shut and sealed

is that shut is closed while sealed is closed by a seal.

As a noun shut

is the act or time of shutting; close or shut can be a narrow alley]] or [[passageway|passage acting as a short cut through the buildings between two streets.

Shut vs Slum - What's the difference?

shut | slum |


As verbs the difference between shut and slum

is that shut is to close, to stop from being open while slum is to visit a neighborhood of a status below one's own.

As nouns the difference between shut and slum

is that shut is the act or time of shutting; close or shut can be a narrow alley]] or [[passageway|passage acting as a short cut through the buildings between two streets while slum is a dilapidated neighborhood where many people live in a state of poverty.

As an adjective shut

is closed.

Shut vs Over - What's the difference?

shut | over |


As a verb shut

is to close, to stop from being open.

As an adjective shut

is closed.

As a noun shut

is the act or time of shutting; close or shut can be a narrow alley]] or [[passageway|passage acting as a short cut through the buildings between two streets.

As an adverb over is

, above.

As a preposition over is

over.

Poo vs Shut - What's the difference?

poo | shut |


As nouns the difference between poo and shut

is that poo is (countable|colloquial|often|childish) excrement; faecal matter while shut is the act or time of shutting; close or shut can be a narrow alley]] or [[passageway|passage acting as a short cut through the buildings between two streets.

As verbs the difference between poo and shut

is that poo is (colloquial|often|childish) to defecate while shut is to close, to stop from being open.

As an interjection poo

is (colloquial|euphemistic) expression of displeasure or failure; shit!.

As an adjective shut is

closed.

Cut vs Shut - What's the difference?

cut | shut |


As nouns the difference between cut and shut

is that cut is vial while shut is the act or time of shutting; close or shut can be a narrow alley]] or [[passageway|passage acting as a short cut through the buildings between two streets.

As verbs the difference between cut and shut

is that cut is to beat it; to take a hike; to get lost while shut is to close, to stop from being open.

As an interjection cut

is beat it]]!; take a hike!; [[get lost|get lost!.

As an adjective shut is

closed.

Shut vs Shutup - What's the difference?

shut | shutup |


As verbs the difference between shut and shutup

is that shut is to close, to stop from being open while shutup is (nonstandard).

As an adjective shut

is closed.

As a noun shut

is the act or time of shutting; close or shut can be a narrow alley]] or [[passageway|passage acting as a short cut through the buildings between two streets.

Yell vs Shut - What's the difference?

yell | shut |


In lang=en terms the difference between yell and shut

is that yell is to convey by shouting while shut is to close, to stop being open.

As verbs the difference between yell and shut

is that yell is shout; holler; make a loud sound with the voice while shut is to close, to stop from being open.

As nouns the difference between yell and shut

is that yell is a shout while shut is the act or time of shutting; close or shut can be a narrow alley]] or [[passageway|passage acting as a short cut through the buildings between two streets.

As adjectives the difference between yell and shut

is that yell is (ulster) dry (of cow) while shut is closed.

Guard vs Shut - What's the difference?

guard | shut |


As nouns the difference between guard and shut

is that guard is a person who, or thing that, protects or watches over something while shut is the act or time of shutting; close or shut can be a narrow alley]] or [[passageway|passage acting as a short cut through the buildings between two streets.

As verbs the difference between guard and shut

is that guard is to protect from danger; to secure against surprise, attack, or injury; to keep in safety; to defend while shut is to close, to stop from being open.

As an adjective shut is

closed.

Muck vs Shut - What's the difference?

muck | shut |


As nouns the difference between muck and shut

is that muck is slimy mud while shut is the act or time of shutting; close or shut can be a narrow alley]] or [[passageway|passage acting as a short cut through the buildings between two streets.

As verbs the difference between muck and shut

is that muck is to shovel muck while shut is to close, to stop from being open.

As an adjective shut is

closed.

Shut vs Mark - What's the difference?

shut | mark |


As nouns the difference between shut and mark

is that shut is the act or time of shutting; close or shut can be a narrow alley]] or [[passageway|passage acting as a short cut through the buildings between two streets while mark is sign.

As a verb shut

is to close, to stop from being open.

As an adjective shut

is closed.

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