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Message vs Utterance - What's the difference?

message | utterance |


In context|obsolete|lang=en terms the difference between message and utterance

is that message is (obsolete) to bear as a message while utterance is (obsolete) putting in circulation.

As nouns the difference between message and utterance

is that message is a communication, or what is communicated; any concept or information conveyed while utterance is an act of uttering or utterance can be the utmost extremity (of a fight etc).

As a verb message

is to send a message to; to transmit a message to, as text via a cell phone.

Cat vs Utterance - What's the difference?

cat | utterance |


As nouns the difference between cat and utterance

is that cat is an animal of the family felidae : or cat can be a catamaran or cat can be (computing) a program and command in unix that reads one or more files and directs their content to an output device or cat can be or cat can be (military|naval) a catapult while utterance is an act of uttering or utterance can be the utmost extremity (of a fight etc).

As a verb cat

is (nautical) to hoist (the anchor) by its ring so that it hangs at the cathead or cat can be (computing) to apply the cat command to (one or more files).

As an adjective cat

is (ireland|informal) terrible, disastrous.

Utterance vs Tagalog - What's the difference?

utterance | tagalog |


As nouns the difference between utterance and tagalog

is that utterance is an act of uttering or utterance can be the utmost extremity (of a fight etc) while tagalog is tagalog, the tagalog language, native language of the philippines.

Utterance vs Speech - What's the difference?

utterance | speech |


As nouns the difference between utterance and speech

is that utterance is an act of uttering or utterance can be the utmost extremity (of a fight etc) while speech is (label) the faculty of uttering articulate sounds or words; the ability to speak or to use vocalizations to communicate.

Utterance vs Behabitive - What's the difference?

utterance | behabitive |


As nouns the difference between utterance and behabitive

is that utterance is an act of uttering or utterance can be the utmost extremity (of a fight etc) while behabitive is (pragmatics) a speech act by which an attitude is adopted.

As an adjective behabitive is

(pragmatics) adopting an attitude, by making an utterance.

Utterance vs Subtonic - What's the difference?

utterance | subtonic |


As nouns the difference between utterance and subtonic

is that utterance is an act of uttering or utterance can be the utmost extremity (of a fight etc) while subtonic is (music) the note immediately below the upper note of a musical scale.

As an adjective subtonic is

(phonetics|dated) of or pertaining to imperfectly articulated sounds or utterances that are inaudible or barely audible, as characterized by dr james rush (guide to pronunciation , 1833).

Utterance vs Hist - What's the difference?

utterance | hist |


As nouns the difference between utterance and hist

is that utterance is an act of uttering or utterance can be the utmost extremity (of a fight etc) while hist is (dated) an instance of an exclamation attracting attention or injunction to be silent.

As an interjection hist is

(dated).

As an abbreviation hist is

history.

As a verb hist is

(us).

Utterance vs Exolingual - What's the difference?

utterance | exolingual |


As a noun utterance

is an act of uttering or utterance can be the utmost extremity (of a fight etc).

As an adjective exolingual is

(linguistics) pertaining to a series of utterances between two people who do not speak the same language.

Utterance vs Booster - What's the difference?

utterance | booster |


As nouns the difference between utterance and booster

is that utterance is an act of uttering or utterance can be the utmost extremity (of a fight etc) while booster is something that boosts.

Utterance vs Constative - What's the difference?

utterance | constative |


As a noun utterance

is an act of uttering or utterance can be the utmost extremity (of a fight etc).

As an adjective constative is

(linguistics) pertaining to an utterance relaying information and likely to be regarded as true or false.

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