tending

Bent vs Tending - What's the difference?

bent | tending |


As a proper noun bent

is .

As a noun tending is

action of the verb to tend .

As a verb tending is

.

Tending vs Manning - What's the difference?

tending | manning |


As a noun tending

is action of the verb to tend .

As a verb tending

is .

As a proper noun manning is

.

Tending vs Accustomed - What's the difference?

tending | accustomed | Related terms |

Tending is a related term of accustomed.


As verbs the difference between tending and accustomed

is that tending is while accustomed is (accustom).

As a noun tending

is action of the verb to tend .

As an adjective accustomed is

familiar through use; usual; customary.

Tending vs Handling - What's the difference?

tending | handling |


As nouns the difference between tending and handling

is that tending is action of the verb to tend while handling is a touching, controlling, managing, using, take care of, etc, with the hand or hands, or as with the hands.

As verbs the difference between tending and handling

is that tending is while handling is .

Tending vs Herding - What's the difference?

tending | herding |


As nouns the difference between tending and herding

is that tending is action of the verb to tend while herding is an act by which individuals are herded.

As verbs the difference between tending and herding

is that tending is while herding is .

Tending vs Predisposed - What's the difference?

tending | predisposed | Related terms |

Tending is a related term of predisposed.


As verbs the difference between tending and predisposed

is that tending is while predisposed is (predispose).

As a noun tending

is action of the verb to tend .

As an adjective predisposed is

inclined.

Tending vs Apt - What's the difference?

tending | apt | Related terms |

Tending is a related term of apt.


As nouns the difference between tending and apt

is that tending is action of the verb to tend while apt is .

As a verb tending

is .

As a proper noun apt is

.

Inclining vs Tending - What's the difference?

inclining | tending |


As verbs the difference between inclining and tending

is that inclining is while tending is .

As nouns the difference between inclining and tending

is that inclining is inclination while tending is action of the verb to tend .

Incline vs Tending - What's the difference?

incline | tending |


As verbs the difference between incline and tending

is that incline is while tending is .

As a noun tending is

action of the verb to tend .

Attending vs Tending - What's the difference?

attending | tending |


As nouns the difference between attending and tending

is that attending is a physician on the staff of a hospital, especially the principal one that supervises a patient's care while tending is action of the verb to tend.

As verbs the difference between attending and tending

is that attending is present participle of lang=en while tending is present participle of lang=en.

As an adjective attending

is that {{l/en|attend}} or attends; that is or are in {{l/en|attendance}}; {{l/en|attendant}}.

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