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Used vs Employes - What's the difference?

used | employes |


As a verb used

is (use).

As an adjective used

is that is or has or have been used.

As a noun employes is

.

Used vs Broken-down - What's the difference?

used | broken-down | Related terms |

Used is a related term of broken-down.


As adjectives the difference between used and broken-down

is that used is that is or has or have been used while broken-down is which has broken down and, as a result, is no longer in working order.

As a verb used

is (use).

Coopted vs Used - What's the difference?

coopted | used |


As verbs the difference between coopted and used

is that coopted is (coopt) while used is (use).

As an adjective used is

that is or has or have been used.

Feeble vs Used - What's the difference?

feeble | used | Related terms |

Feeble is a related term of used.


As adjectives the difference between feeble and used

is that feeble is deficient in physical strength; weak; infirm; debilitated while used is that is or has or have been used.

As verbs the difference between feeble and used

is that feeble is (obsolete) to make feeble; to enfeeble while used is (use).

Used vs Faded - What's the difference?

used | faded | Related terms |

Used is a related term of faded.


As verbs the difference between used and faded

is that used is (use) while faded is (fade).

As adjectives the difference between used and faded

is that used is that is or has or have been used while faded is that has lost some of its former colour or intensity.

Used vs Stale - What's the difference?

used | stale | Related terms |

Used is a related term of stale.


As a verb used

is (use).

As an adjective used

is that is or has or have been used.

As an adverb stale is

always, all the time.

Utilize vs Used - What's the difference?

utilize | used |


As verbs the difference between utilize and used

is that utilize is while used is (use).

As an adjective used is

that is or has or have been used.

Used vs Archaic - What's the difference?

used | archaic | Related terms |

Used is a related term of archaic.


As adjectives the difference between used and archaic

is that used is that is or has or have been used while archaic is of or characterized by antiquity; old-fashioned, quaint, antiquated.

As a verb used

is (use).

As a noun archaic is

(archaeology|us|usually capitalized) a general term for the prehistoric period intermediate between the earliest period (‘[http://enwikipediaorg/wiki/paleo-indian paleo-indian]’, ‘paleo-american’, ‘american‐paleolithic’, &c ) of human presence in the western hemisphere, and the most recent prehistoric period (‘woodland’, etc).

Used vs Venerable - What's the difference?

used | venerable | Related terms |

Used is a related term of venerable.


As adjectives the difference between used and venerable

is that used is that is or has or have been used while venerable is used as a form of address for an archdeacon in the anglican church.

As a verb used

is (use).

Function vs Used - What's the difference?

function | used |


As verbs the difference between function and used

is that function is to have a function while used is (use).

As a noun function

is what something does or is used for.

As an adjective used is

that is or has or have been used.

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