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Under vs Descendent - What's the difference?

under | descendent |


As a preposition under

is under.

As an adjective descendent is

descending; going down.

Under vs Pursuant - What's the difference?

under | pursuant |


As a preposition under

is under.

As an adjective pursuant is

in conformance to, or in agreement with.

As an adverb pursuant is

accordingly; consequently.

Under vs Downside - What's the difference?

under | downside |


As a preposition under

is under.

As a noun downside is

a disadvantageous aspect of something that is normally advantageous.

Under vs Towards - What's the difference?

under | towards |


As prepositions the difference between under and towards

is that under is under while 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.

Under vs Tale - What's the difference?

under | tale |


As a preposition under

is under.

As a noun tale is

(de-form-noun).

Smother vs Under - What's the difference?

smother | under |


As a verb smother

is to suffocate; stifle; obstruct, more or less completely, the respiration of.

As a noun smother

is that which smothers or appears to smother, particularly .

As a preposition under is

under.

Under vs At - What's the difference?

under | at |


As a preposition under

is under.

As a symbol at is

.

Undergoing vs Under - What's the difference?

undergoing | under |


As a verb undergoing

is .

As a preposition under is

under.

After vs Under - What's the difference?

after | under |


As a noun after

is anus.

As a preposition under is

under.

Under vs Front - What's the difference?

under | front |


As a preposition under

is under.

As a noun front is

the front end or side of something.

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