spread

Spread vs Reached - What's the difference?

spread | reached |


As verbs the difference between spread and reached

is that spread is to stretch out, open out (a material etc) so that it more fully covers a given area of space while reached is (reach).

As a noun spread

is the act of spreading or something that has been spread.

Coat vs Spread - What's the difference?

coat | spread |


As nouns the difference between coat and spread

is that coat is (lb) an outer garment covering the upper torso and arms while spread is the act of spreading or something that has been spread.

As verbs the difference between coat and spread

is that coat is to cover with a coat of some material while spread is to stretch out, open out (a material etc) so that it more fully covers a given area of space.

Trap vs Spread - What's the difference?

trap | spread |


As nouns the difference between trap and spread

is that trap is stair, step while spread is the act of spreading or something that has been spread.

As a verb spread is

to stretch out, open out (a material etc) so that it more fully covers a given area of space.

Pinch vs Spread - What's the difference?

pinch | spread |


In slang|lang=en terms the difference between pinch and spread

is that pinch is (slang) to arrest or capture while spread is (slang) to open one’s legs.

As verbs the difference between pinch and spread

is that pinch is to squeeze a small amount of a person's skin and flesh, making it hurt while spread is to stretch out, open out (a material etc) so that it more fully covers a given area of space.

As nouns the difference between pinch and spread

is that pinch is the action of squeezing a small amount of a person's skin and flesh, making it hurt while spread is the act of spreading or something that has been spread.

Paste vs Spread - What's the difference?

paste | spread |


As nouns the difference between paste and spread

is that paste is pie or a similar baked good while spread is the act of spreading or something that has been spread.

As a verb spread is

to stretch out, open out (a material etc) so that it more fully covers a given area of space.

Surround vs Spread - What's the difference?

surround | spread |


As verbs the difference between surround and spread

is that surround is (label) to encircle something or simultaneously extend in all directions while spread is to stretch out, open out (a material etc) so that it more fully covers a given area of space.

As nouns the difference between surround and spread

is that surround is (british) anything, such as a fence or border, that surrounds something while spread is the act of spreading or something that has been spread.

Spread vs Expanded - What's the difference?

spread | expanded |


As verbs the difference between spread and expanded

is that spread is to stretch out, open out (a material etc) so that it more fully covers a given area of space while expanded is (expand).

As a noun spread

is the act of spreading or something that has been spread.

Spread vs Rollout - What's the difference?

spread | rollout |


As nouns the difference between spread and rollout

is that spread is the act of spreading or something that has been spread while rollout is an act of rolling out; deployment.

As a verb spread

is to stretch out, open out (a material etc) so that it more fully covers a given area of space.

Spread vs Spring - What's the difference?

spread | spring |


As a verb spread

is to stretch out, open out (a material etc) so that it more fully covers a given area of space.

As a noun spread

is the act of spreading or something that has been spread.

As a proper noun spring is

spring, the season of warmth and new vegetation following winter.

Prevalence vs Spread - What's the difference?

prevalence | spread |


As nouns the difference between prevalence and spread

is that prevalence is prevalence while spread is the act of spreading or something that has been spread.

As a verb spread is

to stretch out, open out (a material etc) so that it more fully covers a given area of space.

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