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Position vs Supported - What's the difference?

position | supported |


As verbs the difference between position and supported

is that position is to put into place while supported is (support).

As a noun position

is a place or location.

As a adjective supported is

held in position, especially from below.

Supported vs Ciborium - What's the difference?

supported | ciborium |


As a adjective supported

is held in position, especially from below.

As a verb supported

is (support).

As a noun ciborium is

a fixed vaulted canopy over a christian altar, supported on four columns.

Supported vs Beam - What's the difference?

supported | beam |


As verbs the difference between supported and beam

is that supported is (support) while beam is (ambitransitive) to emit beams of light; shine; radiate.

As a adjective supported

is held in position, especially from below.

As a noun beam is

any large piece of timber or iron long in proportion to its thickness, and prepared for use.

Supported vs Support - What's the difference?

supported | support | Derived terms |

Supported is a derived term of support.


As verbs the difference between supported and support

is that supported is (support) while support is (senseid)to keep from falling.

As a adjective supported

is held in position, especially from below.

As a noun support is

something which supports often used attributively, as a complement or supplement to.

What is the difference between supported and borne?

supported | borne |


As adjectives the difference between supported and borne

is that supported is held in position, especially from below while borne is carried, supported.

As verbs the difference between supported and borne

is that supported is (support) while borne is .

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