working

Interning vs Working - What's the difference?

interning | working |


As nouns the difference between interning and working

is that interning is (computer) practice of always using references instead of copies of equal objects while working is (usually plural) operation; action.

As verbs the difference between interning and working

is that interning is while working is .

As an adjective working is

that is or are functioning.

Working vs Workings - What's the difference?

working | workings |


As nouns the difference between working and workings

is that working is (usually plural) operation; action while workings is .

As a verb working

is .

As an adjective working

is that is or are functioning.

Working vs Worked - What's the difference?

working | worked |


As verbs the difference between working and worked

is that working is while worked is (work).

As adjectives the difference between working and worked

is that working is that is or are functioning while worked is designed or executed in a particular manner or to a particular degree.

As a noun working

is (usually plural) operation; action.

Effective vs Working - What's the difference?

effective | working |


As adjectives the difference between effective and working

is that effective is having the power to produce a required effect or effects while working is that is or are functioning.

As nouns the difference between effective and working

is that effective is (military) a soldier fit for duty while working is (usually plural) operation; action.

As a verb working is

.

Labour vs Working - What's the difference?

labour | working |


As a proper noun labour

is (short for) the labour party.

As a noun working is

(usually plural) operation; action.

As a verb working is

.

As an adjective working is

that is or are functioning.

Working vs Principle - What's the difference?

working | principle |


As nouns the difference between working and principle

is that working is (usually plural) operation; action while principle is a fundamental assumption.

As verbs the difference between working and principle

is that working is while principle is to equip with principles; to establish, or fix, in certain principles; to impress with any tenet or rule of conduct.

As an adjective working

is that is or are functioning.

Function vs Working - What's the difference?

function | working |


As nouns the difference between function and working

is that function is what something does or is used for while working is (usually plural) operation; action.

As verbs the difference between function and working

is that function is to have a function while working is .

As an adjective working is

that is or are functioning.

Consulting vs Working - What's the difference?

consulting | working |


As verbs the difference between consulting and working

is that consulting is while working is .

As a noun working is

(usually plural) operation; action.

As an adjective working is

that is or are functioning.

Working vs Principles - What's the difference?

working | principles |


As nouns the difference between working and principles

is that working is (usually plural) operation; action while principles is .

As a verb working

is .

As an adjective working

is that is or are functioning.

Working vs Training - What's the difference?

working | training |


As nouns the difference between working and training

is that working is (usually plural) operation; action while training is training.

As a verb working

is .

As an adjective working

is that is or are functioning.

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