suspension

Suspect vs Suspension - What's the difference?

suspect | suspension |


As nouns the difference between suspect and suspension

is that suspect is a person who is suspected of something, in particular of committing a crime while suspension is suspension (of solid particles in a liquid).

As a verb suspect

is to imagine or suppose (something) to be true, or to exist, without proof.

As an adjective suspect

is viewed with suspicion; suspected.

Suspension vs Freeze - What's the difference?

suspension | freeze |


As nouns the difference between suspension and freeze

is that suspension is suspension (of solid particles in a liquid) while freeze is a period of intensely cold weather or freeze can be .

As a verb freeze is

especially of a liquid, to become solid due to low temperature.

Floating vs Suspension - What's the difference?

floating | suspension |


As nouns the difference between floating and suspension

is that floating is (in the plural) material that floats in a liquid while suspension is suspension (of solid particles in a liquid).

As an adjective floating

is that which floats or float.

As a verb floating

is .

Rest vs Suspension - What's the difference?

rest | suspension | Related terms |

Rest is a related term of suspension.


As nouns the difference between rest and suspension

is that rest is prison while suspension is suspension (of solid particles in a liquid).

Suspension vs Shortage - What's the difference?

suspension | shortage |


As nouns the difference between suspension and shortage

is that suspension is suspension (of solid particles in a liquid) while shortage is a lack or deficiency; an insufficient amount.

Suspension vs Disqualification - What's the difference?

suspension | disqualification |


As nouns the difference between suspension and disqualification

is that suspension is suspension (of solid particles in a liquid) while disqualification is the act of disqualifying, or state of being disqualified; want of qualification; incompetency; disability; as, the disqualification of men for holding certain offices.

Dismissal vs Suspension - What's the difference?

dismissal | suspension |


As nouns the difference between dismissal and suspension

is that dismissal is the act of sending someone away while suspension is suspension (of solid particles in a liquid).

Suspension vs Assumption - What's the difference?

suspension | assumption |


As nouns the difference between suspension and assumption

is that suspension is suspension (of solid particles in a liquid) while assumption is the act of assuming]], or taking to or upon one's self; the act of [[take up|taking up or adopting.

Abrogation vs Suspension - What's the difference?

abrogation | suspension |


As nouns the difference between abrogation and suspension

is that abrogation is the act of abrogating; a repeal by authority; abolition while suspension is suspension (of solid particles in a liquid).

Suspension vs Withdrawl - What's the difference?

suspension | withdrawl |


As nouns the difference between suspension and withdrawl

is that suspension is suspension (of solid particles in a liquid) while withdrawl is .

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