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Timely vs Effective - What's the difference?

timely | effective |


As adjectives the difference between timely and effective

is that timely is done at the proper time while effective is having the power to produce a required effect or effects.

As an adverb timely

is (archaic) in good time; early, quickly.

As a noun effective is

(military) a soldier fit for duty.

Accordingly vs Timely - What's the difference?

accordingly | timely |


As adverbs the difference between accordingly and timely

is that accordingly is (manner) agreeably; correspondingly; suitably; in a manner conformable while timely is (archaic) in good time; early, quickly.

As an adjective timely is

done at the proper time.

Timely vs Terms - What's the difference?

timely | terms |


As an adjective timely

is done at the proper time.

As an adverb timely

is (archaic) in good time; early, quickly.

As a noun terms is

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Previous vs Timely - What's the difference?

previous | timely |


As adjectives the difference between previous and timely

is that previous is prior; occurring before something else, either in time or order while timely is done at the proper time.

As a noun previous

is (informal|uk) an existing criminal record; short for "previous convictions".

As an adverb timely is

(archaic) in good time; early, quickly.

Timely vs False - What's the difference?

timely | false |


As adjectives the difference between timely and false

is that timely is done at the proper time while false is (label) one of two states of a boolean variable; logic.

As an adverb timely

is (archaic) in good time; early, quickly.

Timely vs Undefined - What's the difference?

timely | undefined |


As adjectives the difference between timely and undefined

is that timely is done at the proper time while undefined is lacking a definition or value.

As an adverb timely

is (archaic) in good time; early, quickly.

Timely vs Available - What's the difference?

timely | available |


In archaic|lang=en terms the difference between timely and available

is that timely is (archaic) in good time; early, quickly while available is (archaic) having sufficient power, force, or efficacy to achieve the purpose; availing, effective.

As adjectives the difference between timely and available

is that timely is done at the proper time while available is such as one may avail one’s self of; capable of being used for the accomplishment of a purpose.

As an adverb timely

is (archaic) in good time; early, quickly.

Urgent vs Timely - What's the difference?

urgent | timely |


As adjectives the difference between urgent and timely

is that urgent is requiring immediate attention while timely is done at the proper time.

As an adverb timely is

(archaic) in good time; early, quickly.

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