wasted

Marasmus vs Wasted - What's the difference?

marasmus | wasted |


In medicine|lang=en terms the difference between marasmus and wasted

is that marasmus is (medicine) any wasting disease, especially a severe loss of body weight, in children, caused by malnutrition or the inability to digest protein while wasted is (medicine) low weight-for-height (for a person).

As a noun marasmus

is (medicine) any wasting disease, especially a severe loss of body weight, in children, caused by malnutrition or the inability to digest protein.

As an adjective wasted is

not profitably used.

As a verb wasted is

(waste).

Wasted vs Malnutrition - What's the difference?

wasted | malnutrition |


As an adjective wasted

is not profitably used.

As a verb wasted

is (waste).

As a noun malnutrition is

a lack of adequate nourishment.

Wasted vs Wasted - What's the difference?

wasted | wasted |


In slang|lang=en terms the difference between wasted and wasted

is that wasted is (slang) very drunk or stoned while wasted is (slang) very drunk or stoned.

In medicine|lang=en terms the difference between wasted and wasted

is that wasted is (medicine) low weight-for-height (for a person) while wasted is (medicine) low weight-for-height (for a person).

In en-past of|waste terms the difference between wasted and wasted

is that wasted is (waste) while wasted is (waste).

As adjectives the difference between wasted and wasted

is that wasted is not profitably used while wasted is not profitably used.

As verbs the difference between wasted and wasted

is that wasted is (waste) while wasted is (waste).

Debauched vs Wasted - What's the difference?

debauched | wasted |


As adjectives the difference between debauched and wasted

is that debauched is indulging in or characterised by sensual pleasures to a degree perceived to be morally harmful; corrupted; immoral; self-indulgent while wasted is not profitably used.

As verbs the difference between debauched and wasted

is that debauched is (debauch) while wasted is (waste).

Wasted vs Ineffective - What's the difference?

wasted | ineffective |


As adjectives the difference between wasted and ineffective

is that wasted is not profitably used while ineffective is not having the desired effect; ineffectual.

As a verb wasted

is (waste).

Wasted vs Spendthrift - What's the difference?

wasted | spendthrift |


As adjectives the difference between wasted and spendthrift

is that wasted is not profitably used while spendthrift is wasteful, improvident or profligate.

As a verb wasted

is (waste).

As a noun spendthrift is

someone who spends money improvidently or wastefully.

Hammered vs Wasted - What's the difference?

hammered | wasted |


In slang|lang=en terms the difference between hammered and wasted

is that hammered is (slang) drunk; inebriated while wasted is (slang) very drunk or stoned.

As adjectives the difference between hammered and wasted

is that hammered is (slang) drunk; inebriated while wasted is not profitably used.

As verbs the difference between hammered and wasted

is that hammered is (hammer) while wasted is (waste).

Wasted vs Busted - What's the difference?

wasted | busted |


In slang|lang=en terms the difference between wasted and busted

is that wasted is (slang) very drunk or stoned while busted is (slang) broken.

As adjectives the difference between wasted and busted

is that wasted is not profitably used while busted is (often used in combination with an adjective) having a certain type of bust or busted can be (slang) broke; having no money.

As verbs the difference between wasted and busted

is that wasted is (waste) while busted is (bust).

Wasted - What does it mean?

wasted | |

Origin vs Wasted - What's the difference?

origin | wasted |


As a noun origin

is the beginning of something.

As an adjective wasted is

not profitably used.

As a verb wasted is

(waste).

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