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Vend vs Sold - What's the difference?

vend | sold |


As verbs the difference between vend and sold

is that vend is to sell while sold is (sell).

As nouns the difference between vend and sold

is that vend is the act of vending or selling; a sale while sold is (obsolete) solary; military pay.

Sold vs Soldout - What's the difference?

sold | soldout |


As a verb sold

is (sell).

As a noun sold

is (obsolete) solary; military pay.

As an adjective soldout is

.

Sold vs Weld - What's the difference?

sold | weld |


As verbs the difference between sold and weld

is that sold is (sell) while weld is to bind together inseparably; to unite closely or intimately or weld can be (obsolete) to wield.

As nouns the difference between sold and weld

is that sold is (obsolete) solary; military pay while weld is a herb (reseda luteola ) related to mignonette, growing in europe, and to some extent in america, used to make a yellow dye; dyer's broom; dyer's rocket; dyer's weed; wild woad or weld can be the state of being welded.

Sold vs Forestaller - What's the difference?

sold | forestaller |


As nouns the difference between sold and forestaller

is that sold is (obsolete) solary; military pay while forestaller is a person who forestalls, especially one who buys goods before they can be sold on the open market in anticipation of rising prices.

As a verb sold

is (sell).

Sold vs Undersold - What's the difference?

sold | undersold |


As verbs the difference between sold and undersold

is that sold is (sell) while undersold is (undersell).

As a noun sold

is (obsolete) solary; military pay.

As an adjective undersold is

of or pertaining to that which has been sold with insufficient enthusiasm.

Sold vs Overbooked - What's the difference?

sold | overbooked |


As verbs the difference between sold and overbooked

is that sold is (sell) while overbooked is (overbook).

As a noun sold

is (obsolete) solary; military pay.

As an adjective overbooked is

having had more seats sold or guaranteed then were available.

Sold vs Unsold - What's the difference?

sold | unsold |


As a verb sold

is (sell).

As a noun sold

is (obsolete) solary; military pay.

As an adjective unsold is

not sold.

Sold vs Buyback - What's the difference?

sold | buyback |


As nouns the difference between sold and buyback

is that sold is (obsolete) solary; military pay while buyback is the repurchase of something previously sold, especially of stock by the company that issued it.

As a verb sold

is (sell).

Sold vs Presales - What's the difference?

sold | presales |


As nouns the difference between sold and presales

is that sold is (obsolete) solary; military pay while presales is .

As a verb sold

is (sell).

As an adjective presales is

describing actions taken before a product is sold.

Sold vs Dutiable - What's the difference?

sold | dutiable |


As a verb sold

is (sell).

As a noun sold

is (obsolete) solary; military pay.

As an adjective dutiable is

on which duty must be paid when imported or sold.

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