towards

Front vs Towards - What's the difference?

front | towards |


As a noun front

is the front end or side of something.

As a preposition towards is

variant of toward.

As an adverb towards is

(obsolete) in the direction of something (indicated by context).

As an adjective towards is

(obsolete) near; at hand; in state of preparation; toward.

Towards vs On - What's the difference?

towards | on |


As a preposition towards

is variant of toward.

As an adverb towards

is (obsolete) in the direction of something (indicated by context).

As an adjective towards

is (obsolete) near; at hand; in state of preparation; toward.

As a noun on is

lamb.

Towards vs In - What's the difference?

towards | in |


As prepositions the difference between towards and in

is that towards is variant of toward while in is in, into, within.

As an adverb towards

is (obsolete) in the direction of something (indicated by context).

As an adjective towards

is (obsolete) near; at hand; in state of preparation; toward.

Till vs Towards - What's the difference?

till | towards |


As a proper noun till

is .

As a preposition towards is

variant of toward.

As an adverb towards is

(obsolete) in the direction of something (indicated by context).

As an adjective towards is

(obsolete) near; at hand; in state of preparation; toward.

Towards vs Into - What's the difference?

towards | into |


As a preposition towards

is variant of toward.

As an adverb towards

is (obsolete) in the direction of something (indicated by context).

As an adjective towards

is (obsolete) near; at hand; in state of preparation; toward.

As an initialism into is

the irish national teacher's organisation.

Towards vs Route - What's the difference?

towards | route |


As a preposition towards

is variant of toward.

As an adverb towards

is (obsolete) in the direction of something (indicated by context).

As an adjective towards

is (obsolete) near; at hand; in state of preparation; toward.

As a verb route is

.

Towards vs Going - What's the difference?

towards | going |


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

is that towards is (obsolete) near; at hand; in state of preparation; toward while going is (obsolete) pregnancy; gestation; childbearing.

As adjectives the difference between towards and going

is that towards is (obsolete) near; at hand; in state of preparation; toward while going is likely to continue; viable.

As a preposition towards

is variant of toward.

As an adverb towards

is (obsolete) in the direction of something (indicated by context).

As a verb going is

.

As a noun going is

a departure.

Forwards vs Towards - What's the difference?

forwards | towards |


As adverbs the difference between forwards and towards

is that forwards is toward the front while towards is (obsolete) in the direction of something (indicated by context).

As a verb forwards

is (forward).

As a noun forwards

is .

As a preposition towards is

variant of toward.

As an adjective towards is

(obsolete) near; at hand; in state of preparation; toward.

For vs Towards - What's the difference?

for | towards |


As a noun for

is oven.

As a preposition towards is

variant of toward.

As an adverb towards is

(obsolete) in the direction of something (indicated by context).

As an adjective towards is

(obsolete) near; at hand; in state of preparation; toward.

Towards vs Direction - What's the difference?

towards | direction |


As a preposition towards

is variant of toward.

As an adverb towards

is (obsolete) in the direction of something (indicated by context).

As an adjective towards

is (obsolete) near; at hand; in state of preparation; toward.

As a noun direction is

the action of directing; pointing (something) or looking towards.

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