Characterizes vs Characteries - What's the difference?

characterizes | characteries |


As a verb characterizes

is (characterize).

As a noun characteries is

.

characterizes

English

Verb

(head)
  • (characterize)

  • characterize

    English

    (Characterization)

    Alternative forms

    * characterise

    Verb

    (characteriz)
  • to depict someone or something a particular way (often negative)
  • to determine the characteristics of
  • * {{quote-book, passage=This glossary includes terminology used in coastal science, engineering, geology, management, nearshore oceanography and the technologies that characterize , measure, describe or quantify the physical properties, processes and changes of the coastal zone.
  • , title=Department of Ecology Publication No. 98-105 , chapter=Glossary of Coastal Terminology , author=Brian Voigt , year=1998 citation

    Derived terms

    * characterization

    characteries

    English

    Noun

    (head)