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Condition vs Unless - What's the difference?

condition | unless |


As a noun condition

is a logical clause or phrase that a conditional statement uses the phrase can either be true or false.

As a verb condition

is to subject to the process of acclimation.

As a conjunction unless is

except on a specified condition; if not.

Specified vs Unless - What's the difference?

specified | unless |


As a adjective specified

is thoroughly explained; adequately commented.

As a verb specified

is (specify).

As a conjunction unless is

except on a specified condition; if not.

Unlesse vs Unless - What's the difference?

unlesse | unless | Alternative forms |

Unlesse is an alternative form of unless.


As conjunctions the difference between unlesse and unless

is that unlesse is (unless) while unless is except on a specified condition; if not.

Unless vs Untill - What's the difference?

unless | untill |


As a conjunction unless

is except on a specified condition; if not.

As a preposition untill is

(until).

Unless vs Less - What's the difference?

unless | less |


As conjunctions the difference between unless and less

is that unless is except on a specified condition; if not while less is (obsolete) unless.

As a adverb less is

to smaller extent.

As a adjective less is

.

As a preposition less is

minus; not including.

As a verb less is

(obsolete) to make less; to lessen.

What is the difference between unless and save?

unless | save |


As conjunctions the difference between unless and save

is that unless is except on a specified condition; if not while save is (dated) unless; except.

As a noun save is

in various sports, a block that prevents an opponent from scoring.

As a verb save is

to help (somebody) to survive, or keep (somebody) from harm.

As a preposition save is

except; with the exception of.

What is the difference between unless and but?

unless | but | Synonyms |

Unless is a synonym of but.


As conjunctions the difference between unless and but

is that unless is except on a specified condition; if not while but is except (for), excluding preceded by a negation.

As a preposition but is

outside of.

As a adverb but is

merely, only.

As a noun but is

an instance or example of using the word "but".

What is the difference between until and unless?

until | unless |


As conjunctions the difference between until and unless

is that until is up to the time that (a condition becomes true) while unless is except on a specified condition; if not.

As a preposition until

is up to the time of (something happening).

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