Barring vs Garring - What's the difference?

barring | garring |


As verbs the difference between barring and garring

is that barring is while garring is .

As a noun barring

is the exclusion of someone; blackballing.

As a preposition barring

is unless something happens; excepting; in the absence of.

barring

English

Verb

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  • Noun

    (en noun)
  • the exclusion of someone; blackballing
  • Preposition

    (English prepositions)
  • Unless something happens; excepting; in the absence of
  • Barring any further red tape, we will finally be able to open the restaurant.
    Barring any sudden storms, the plane should arrive on time.

    garring

    English

    Verb

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