var

Store vs Var - What's the difference?

store | var |


As a verb store

is .

As a proper noun var is

, of old norse origin.

Shop vs Var - What's the difference?

shop | var |


As a noun shop

is an establishment that sells goods or services to the public; originally a physical location, but now a virtual establishment as well.

As a verb shop

is to visit shops; to look around shops with the intention of buying something.

As an interjection shop

is (used to attract the services of a shop assistant).

As a proper noun var is

, of old norse origin.

Var vs Sessions - What's the difference?

var | sessions |


As a proper noun var

is , of old norse origin.

As a noun sessions is

.

Var vs Lib - What's the difference?

var | lib |


As a proper noun var

is , of old norse origin.

As an abbreviation lib is

the libertarian party.

Va vs Var - What's the difference?

va | var |


As a noun va

is danger.

As an interjection va

is wow!.

As a proper noun var is

, of old norse origin.

Outcome vs Var - What's the difference?

outcome | var |


As a noun outcome

is information, event, object or state of being produced as a result or consequence of a plan, process, accident, effort or other similar action or occurrence.

As a proper noun var is

, of old norse origin.

Var vs Session - What's the difference?

var | session |


As a proper noun var

is , of old norse origin.

As a noun session is

a period devoted to a particular activity.

Const vs Var - What's the difference?

const | var |


As a noun const

is (label) a whose value cannot be changed directly.

As an adjective const

is whose value cannot be changed directly.

As a proper noun var is

, of old norse origin.

Var vs Cache - What's the difference?

var | cache |


As a proper noun var

is , of old norse origin.

As a verb cache is

.

As an adjective cache is

hidden.

Var vs Locker - What's the difference?

var | locker |


As a proper noun var

is , of old norse origin.

As a noun locker is

a type of storage compartment with a lock usually used to store clothing, equipment, or books.

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