vegetarian

What is the difference between lactovegetarian and vegetarian?

lactovegetarian | vegetarian |

Lactovegetarian is a hyponym of vegetarian.


As nouns the difference between lactovegetarian and vegetarian

is that lactovegetarian is variant of vegetarian: a person whose diet excludes animal flesh and eggs, but includes dairy products while vegetarian is a person who does not eat animal flesh, or, in some cases, animal products.

As adjectives the difference between lactovegetarian and vegetarian

is that lactovegetarian is excluding animal flesh and eggs, but including dairy products while vegetarian is of or relating to the type of diet eaten by vegetarians (in all senses).

What is the difference between meatatarian and vegetarian?

meatatarian | vegetarian |

Meatatarian is a coordinate term of vegetarian.


As nouns the difference between meatatarian and vegetarian

is that meatatarian is a person who exclusively or predominantly eats meat while vegetarian is a person who does not eat animal flesh, or, in some cases, animal products.

As a adjective vegetarian is

of or relating to the type of diet eaten by vegetarians (in all senses).

What is the difference between meatarian and vegetarian?

meatarian | vegetarian |

Meatarian is a coordinate term of vegetarian.


As nouns the difference between meatarian and vegetarian

is that meatarian is (rare) one who is not a vegetarian but eats meat while vegetarian is a person who does not eat animal flesh, or, in some cases, animal products.

As a adjective vegetarian is

of or relating to the type of diet eaten by vegetarians (in all senses).

What is the difference between carnivore and vegetarian?

carnivore | vegetarian |

Carnivore is a coordinate term of vegetarian.


As nouns the difference between carnivore and vegetarian

is that carnivore is any animal that eats meat as the main part of its diet while vegetarian is a person who does not eat animal flesh, or, in some cases, animal products.

As a adjective vegetarian is

of or relating to the type of diet eaten by vegetarians (in all senses).

What is the difference between omnivore and vegetarian?

omnivore | vegetarian |

Omnivore is a coordinate term of vegetarian.


As nouns the difference between omnivore and vegetarian

is that omnivore is an animal which is able to consume both plants (like a herbivore) and meat (like a carnivore) while vegetarian is a person who does not eat animal flesh, or, in some cases, animal products.

As a adjective vegetarian is

of or relating to the type of diet eaten by vegetarians (in all senses).

What is the difference between herbivore and vegetarian?

herbivore | vegetarian |


As nouns the difference between herbivore and vegetarian

is that herbivore is an organism that feeds chiefly on plants while vegetarian is a person who does not eat animal flesh, or, in some cases, animal products.

As a adjective vegetarian is

of or relating to the type of diet eaten by vegetarians (in all senses).

What is the difference between animal and vegetarian?

animal | vegetarian |


As nouns the difference between animal and vegetarian

is that animal is in scientific usage, a multicellular organism that is usually mobile, whose cells are not encased in a rigid cell wall (distinguishing it from plants and fungi) and which derives energy solely from the consumption of other organisms (distinguishing it from plants) while vegetarian is a person who does not eat animal flesh, or, in some cases, animal products.

As adjectives the difference between animal and vegetarian

is that animal is of or relating to animals while vegetarian is of or relating to the type of diet eaten by vegetarians (in all senses).

What is the difference between flesh and vegetarian?

flesh | vegetarian |


As nouns the difference between flesh and vegetarian

is that flesh is the soft tissue of the body, especially muscle and fat while vegetarian is a person who does not eat animal flesh, or, in some cases, animal products.

As a verb flesh

is to bury (something, especially a weapon) in flesh.

As a adjective vegetarian is

of or relating to the type of diet eaten by vegetarians (in all senses).

What is the difference between vegetarian and vegetable?

vegetarian | vegetable | Related terms |

Vegetarian is a related term of vegetable.

Vegetarian is a related term of vegetable.


As nouns the difference between vegetarian and vegetable

is that vegetarian is a person who does not eat animal flesh, or, in some cases, animal products while vegetable is any plant.

As adjectives the difference between vegetarian and vegetable

is that vegetarian is of or relating to the type of diet eaten by vegetarians (in all senses) while vegetable is of or relating to plants.

What is the difference between vegan and vegetarian?

vegan | vegetarian |

Vegan is a hyponym of vegetarian.

Vegetarian is a see also of vegan.


As adjectives the difference between vegan and vegetarian

is that vegan is relating to vegans or veganism while vegetarian is of or relating to the type of diet eaten by vegetarians (in all senses).

As nouns the difference between vegan and vegetarian

is that vegan is a person who does not consume, use or eat any animal products; a supporter of veganism while vegetarian is a person who does not eat animal flesh, or, in some cases, animal products.

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