would

Probably vs Would - What's the difference?

probably | would |


As an adverb probably

is in all likelihood.

As a verb would is

(lb) as a past-tense form of (will) .

Would vs Has - What's the difference?

would | has |


As a verb would

is (lb) as a past-tense form of (will) .

As an adjective has is

hoarse.

Allow vs Would - What's the difference?

allow | would |


As verbs the difference between allow and would

is that allow is to grant, give, admit, accord, afford, or yield; to let one have while would is (lb) as a past-tense form of (will) .

Required vs Would - What's the difference?

required | would |


As verbs the difference between required and would

is that required is (require) while would is (lb) as a past-tense form of (will) .

Would vs Willing - What's the difference?

would | willing |


As verbs the difference between would and willing

is that would is (lb) as a past-tense form of (will) while willing is .

As an adjective willing is

ready to do something that is not (can't be expected as) a matter of course.

As a noun willing is

(rare|or|obsolete) the execution of a will.

Would vs Food - What's the difference?

would | food |


As a verb would

is (lb) as a past-tense form of (will) .

As a noun food is

(uncountable) any substance that can be consumed by living organisms, especially by eating, in order to sustain life.

With vs Would - What's the difference?

with | would |


As a preposition with

is against.

As an adverb with

is (midwestern us) along, together with others/group etc.

As a noun with

is .

As a verb would is

(lb) as a past-tense form of (will) .

Wilt vs Would - What's the difference?

wilt | would |


As verbs the difference between wilt and would

is that wilt is to droop or become limp and flaccid (as a dying leaf or flower) or wilt can be while would is (lb) as a past-tense form of (will) .

As a noun wilt

is the act of wilting or the state of being wilted.

Must vs Would - What's the difference?

must | would |


As verbs the difference between must and would

is that must is to do with certainty; (indicates that the speaker is certain that the subject will have executed the predicate) or must can be to make musty while would is (lb) as a past-tense form of (will) .

As a noun must

is something that is mandatory or required or must can be the property of being stale or musty or must can be a time during which male elephants exhibit increased levels of sexual activity and aggressiveness (also musth) .

Cold vs Would - What's the difference?

cold | would |


As an adjective cold

is (label) having a low temperature.

As a noun cold

is a condition of low temperature.

As an adverb cold

is while at low temperature.

As a verb would is

(lb) as a past-tense form of (will) .

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