taking

Taking vs Entering - What's the difference?

taking | entering |


As nouns the difference between taking and entering

is that taking is the act by which something is taken while entering is action of the verb to (enter).

As verbs the difference between taking and entering

is that taking is while entering is .

As an adjective taking

is alluring; attractive.

Attending vs Taking - What's the difference?

attending | taking |


As adjectives the difference between attending and taking

is that attending is that while taking is alluring; attractive.

As nouns the difference between attending and taking

is that attending is (us) a physician on the staff of a hospital, especially the principal one that supervises a patient's care while taking is the act by which something is taken.

As verbs the difference between attending and taking

is that attending is while taking is .

Taking vs Snatched - What's the difference?

taking | snatched |


As verbs the difference between taking and snatched

is that taking is while snatched is (snatch).

As an adjective taking

is alluring; attractive.

As a noun taking

is the act by which something is taken.

Applying vs Taking - What's the difference?

applying | taking |


As verbs the difference between applying and taking

is that applying is while taking is .

As nouns the difference between applying and taking

is that applying is the act of applying while taking is the act by which something is taken.

As an adjective taking is

alluring; attractive.

Taking vs On - What's the difference?

taking | on |


As nouns the difference between taking and on

is that taking is the act by which something is taken while on is lamb.

As an adjective taking

is alluring; attractive.

As a verb taking

is .

Taking vs Drinking - What's the difference?

taking | drinking |


As nouns the difference between taking and drinking

is that taking is the act by which something is taken while drinking is an act or session by which drink is consumed, especially alcoholic beverages.

As verbs the difference between taking and drinking

is that taking is while drinking is .

As an adjective taking

is alluring; attractive.

Grabbing vs Taking - What's the difference?

grabbing | taking |


As verbs the difference between grabbing and taking

is that grabbing is while taking is .

As nouns the difference between grabbing and taking

is that grabbing is the act of one who grabs while taking is the act by which something is taken.

As an adjective taking is

alluring; attractive.

Undergoing vs Taking - What's the difference?

undergoing | taking |


As verbs the difference between undergoing and taking

is that undergoing is while taking is .

As an adjective taking is

alluring; attractive.

As a noun taking is

the act by which something is taken.

Going vs Taking - What's the difference?

going | taking |


In obsolete|lang=en terms the difference between going and taking

is that going is (obsolete) pregnancy; gestation; childbearing while taking is (obsolete) infectious; contagious.

As verbs the difference between going and taking

is that going is while taking is .

As nouns the difference between going and taking

is that going is a departure while taking is the act by which something is taken.

As adjectives the difference between going and taking

is that going is likely to continue; viable while taking is alluring; attractive.

Hailing vs Taking - What's the difference?

hailing | taking |


As verbs the difference between hailing and taking

is that hailing is while taking is .

As nouns the difference between hailing and taking

is that hailing is the act by which somebody is hailed while taking is the act by which something is taken.

As an adjective taking is

alluring; attractive.

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