undergo

Underway vs Undergo - What's the difference?

underway | undergo |


As a noun underway

is a road, track, path, or street for going under another way or obstacle.

As an adverb underway

is in motion, in progress; being done or carried out.

As a verb undergo is

(obsolete) to go or move under or beneath.

Ignore vs Undergo - What's the difference?

ignore | undergo |


As verbs the difference between ignore and undergo

is that ignore is while undergo is (obsolete) to go or move under or beneath.

Undergo vs Evade - What's the difference?

undergo | evade |


As verbs the difference between undergo and evade

is that undergo is (obsolete) to go or move under or beneath while evade is .

Undergo vs Undergone - What's the difference?

undergo | undergone |


As verbs the difference between undergo and undergone

is that undergo is (obsolete) to go or move under or beneath while undergone is .

Incur vs Undergo - What's the difference?

incur | undergo |


In lang=en terms the difference between incur and undergo

is that incur is to render liable or subject to; to occasion while undergo is to suffer or endure; bear with.

As verbs the difference between incur and undergo

is that incur is to bring upon oneself or expose oneself to, especially something inconvenient, harmful, or onerous; to become liable or subject to while undergo is (obsolete) to go or move under or beneath.

Through vs Undergo - What's the difference?

through | undergo |


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.

As a verb undergo is

(obsolete) to go or move under or beneath.

Conduct vs Undergo - What's the difference?

conduct | undergo |


In obsolete|lang=en terms the difference between conduct and undergo

is that conduct is (obsolete) convoy; escort; guard; guide while undergo is (obsolete) to go or move under or beneath.

In lang=en terms the difference between conduct and undergo

is that conduct is to carry out (something organized) while undergo is to suffer or endure; bear with.

As verbs the difference between conduct and undergo

is that conduct is (archaic|transitive) to lead, or guide; to escort while undergo is (obsolete) to go or move under or beneath.

As a noun conduct

is the act or method of controlling or directing.

Undergo vs Feel - What's the difference?

undergo | feel |


As verbs the difference between undergo and feel

is that undergo is (obsolete) to go or move under or beneath while feel is (lb) to use the sense of touch .

As a noun feel is

a quality of an object experienced by touch.

As a pronoun feel is

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As an adjective feel is

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As an adverb feel is

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Experienced vs Undergo - What's the difference?

experienced | undergo |


As verbs the difference between experienced and undergo

is that experienced is while undergo is (obsolete) to go or move under or beneath.

As an adjective experienced

is having experience and skill in a subject.

Afford vs Undergo - What's the difference?

afford | undergo |


As verbs the difference between afford and undergo

is that afford is to incur, stand, or bear without serious detriment, as an act which might under other circumstances be injurious;—with an auxiliary, as can, could, might, etc; to be able or rich enough while undergo is (obsolete) to go or move under or beneath.

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