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Left vs Unless - What's the difference?

left | unless |


As an adjective left

is the opposite of right; toward the west when one is facing north.

As an adverb left

is on the left side.

As a noun left

is the left side or direction.

As a verb left

is (leave) or left can be (ireland|colloquial) permitted, allowed to proceed.

As a conjunction unless is

except on a specified condition; if not.

Unless vs Although - What's the difference?

unless | although |


As conjunctions the difference between unless and although

is that unless is except on a specified condition; if not while although is though, even though, in spite of the fact that:.

Except vs Unless - What's the difference?

except | unless |


As conjunctions the difference between except and unless

is that except is with the exception (that); used to introduce a clause, phrase or adverb forming an exception or qualification to something previously stated while unless is except on a specified condition; if not.

As a verb except

is to exclude; to specify as being an exception.

As a preposition except

is with the exception of; but.

Unless vs Without - What's the difference?

unless | without |


As conjunctions the difference between unless and without

is that unless is except on a specified condition; if not while without is unless, except (introducing a clause).

As an adverb without is

(archaic|or|literary) outside, externally.

As a preposition without is

outside of, beyond.

Unless vs Otherwise - What's the difference?

unless | otherwise |


As a conjunction unless

is except on a specified condition; if not.

As an adverb otherwise is

(lb) differently, in another way.

As an adjective otherwise is

other than supposed; different.

Unless vs Alligator - What's the difference?

unless | alligator |


As a conjunction unless

is except on a specified condition; if not.

As a noun alligator is

either of two species of large amphibious reptile, , in the genus alligator within order crocodilia, which have sharp teeth and very strong jaws and are native to the americas and china or alligator can be (obsolete) one who binds or ties.

As a verb alligator is

(of paint or other coatings) to crack in a pattern resembling an alligator's skin.

Lest vs Unless - What's the difference?

lest | unless |


As conjunctions the difference between lest and unless

is that lest is for fear that; that not; in order that not; in case while unless is except on a specified condition; if not.

Unlesss vs Unless - What's the difference?

unlesss | unless | Derived terms |

Unlesss is a derived term of unless.


As a conjunction unless is

except on a specified condition; if not.

Not vs Unless - What's the difference?

not | unless |


As conjunctions the difference between not and unless

is that not is and while unless is except on a specified condition; if not.

As a adverb not

is negates the meaning of the modified verb.

As a interjection not

is used to indicate that the previous phrase was meant sarcastically or ironically.

As a noun not

is unary logical function not, true if input is false, or a gate implementing that negation function.

If vs Unless - What's the difference?

if | unless |


As conjunctions the difference between if and unless

is that if is supposing that, assuming that, in the circumstances that; while unless is except on a specified condition; if not.

As a noun if

is (informal) an uncertainty, possibility, condition, doubt etc.

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