waged

Undertake vs Waged - What's the difference?

undertake | waged |


As verbs the difference between undertake and waged

is that undertake is (label) to take upon oneself; to start, to embark on (a specific task etc) while waged is (wage).

Waged vs Payed - What's the difference?

waged | payed |


As verbs the difference between waged and payed

is that waged is (wage) while payed is (archaic) (from old french paier) (pay).

Waged - What does it mean?

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Terms vs Waged - What's the difference?

terms | waged |


As a noun terms

is .

As a verb waged is

(wage).

Swaged vs Waged - What's the difference?

swaged | waged |


As verbs the difference between swaged and waged

is that swaged is (swage) while waged is (wage).

Wagged vs Waged - What's the difference?

wagged | waged |


As verbs the difference between wagged and waged

is that wagged is (wag) while waged is (wage).

Waned vs Waged - What's the difference?

waned | waged |


As verbs the difference between waned and waged

is that waned is (wane) while waged is (wage).

As an adjective waned

is (woodworking) having wanes, ie rounded corners caused by lack of wood, often showing bark.

Waged vs Waved - What's the difference?

waged | waved |


As verbs the difference between waged and waved

is that waged is (wage) while waved is (wave).

Waled vs Waged - What's the difference?

waled | waged |


As verbs the difference between waled and waged

is that waled is (wale) while waged is (wage).

Waxed vs Waged - What's the difference?

waxed | waged |


As verbs the difference between waxed and waged

is that waxed is (wax) while waged is (wage).

As an adjective waxed

is of an object, coated or treated with wax in order to make it shiny or waterproof, or to protect it.

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