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Present vs Through - What's the difference?

present | through |


As adjectives the difference between present and through

is that present is present (that what''/''which is in the place talked about ) while through is passing from one side of an object to the other.

As nouns the difference between present and through

is that present is present tense while through is a large slab of stone laid on a tomb.

As a preposition through is

from one side of an opening to the other.

As an adverb through is

from one side to the other by way of the interior.

Unrestricted vs Through - What's the difference?

unrestricted | through |


As adjectives the difference between unrestricted and through

is that unrestricted is not restricted or confined while through is passing from one side of an object to the other.

As a preposition through is

from one side of an opening to the other.

As an adverb through is

from one side to the other by way of the interior.

As a noun through is

a large slab of stone laid on a tomb.

Perfect vs Through - What's the difference?

perfect | through |


As adjectives the difference between perfect and through

is that perfect is fitting its definition precisely while through is passing from one side of an object to the other.

As nouns the difference between perfect and through

is that perfect is (grammar) the perfect tense, or a form in that tense while through is a large slab of stone laid on a tomb.

As a verb perfect

is to make perfect; to improve or hone.

As a preposition through is

from one side of an opening to the other.

As an adverb through is

from one side to the other by way of the interior.

Up vs Through - What's the difference?

up | through |


As a verb up

is to upturn, to turn over.

As a preposition through is

from one side of an opening to the other.

As an adjective through is

passing from one side of an object to the other.

As an adverb through is

from one side to the other by way of the interior.

As a noun through is

a large slab of stone laid on a tomb.

Absolute vs Through - What's the difference?

absolute | through |


As nouns the difference between absolute and through

is that absolute is (philosophy) that which is totally unconditioned, unrestricted, pure, perfect, or complete; that which can be thought of without relation to others while through is a large slab of stone laid on a tomb.

As a preposition through is

from one side of an opening to the other.

As an adjective through is

passing from one side of an object to the other.

As an adverb through is

from one side to the other by way of the interior.

Total vs Through - What's the difference?

total | through |


As nouns the difference between total and through

is that total is an amount obtained by the addition of smaller amounts while through is a large slab of stone laid on a tomb.

As adjectives the difference between total and through

is that total is entire; relating to the whole of something while through is passing from one side of an object to the other.

As a verb total

is to add up; to calculate the sum of.

As a preposition through is

from one side of an opening to the other.

As an adverb through is

from one side to the other by way of the interior.

Pure vs Through - What's the difference?

pure | through |


As nouns the difference between pure and through

is that pure is puree, while through is a large slab of stone laid on a tomb.

As a preposition through is

from one side of an opening to the other.

As an adjective through is

passing from one side of an object to the other.

As an adverb through is

from one side to the other by way of the interior.

Off vs Through - What's the difference?

off | through |


As adverbs the difference between off and through

is that off is in a direction away from the speaker or object while through is from one side to the other by way of the interior.

As adjectives the difference between off and through

is that off is inoperative, disabled while through is passing from one side of an object to the other.

As prepositions the difference between off and through

is that off is (used to indicate movement away from a position on) while through is from one side of an opening to the other.

As a verb off

is (slang) to kill.

As a noun through is

a large slab of stone laid on a tomb.

Complete vs Through - What's the difference?

complete | through |


As a verb complete

is .

As a preposition through is

from one side of an opening to the other.

As an adjective through is

passing from one side of an object to the other.

As an adverb through is

from one side to the other by way of the interior.

As a noun through is

a large slab of stone laid on a tomb.

Absent vs Through - What's the difference?

absent | through |


As adjectives the difference between absent and through

is that absent is (not comparable) being away from a place; withdrawn from a place; not present; missing while through is passing from one side of an object to the other.

As nouns the difference between absent and through

is that absent is (obsolete) absentee; a person who is away on occasion while through is a large slab of stone laid on a tomb.

As prepositions the difference between absent and through

is that absent is (legal) in the absence of; without while through is from one side of an opening to the other.

As a verb absent

is (transitive|now|reflexive) keep away; stay away; go away .

As an adverb through is

from one side to the other by way of the interior.

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