Request vs Instructed - What's the difference?
As verbs the difference between request and instructed
is that request
is to express the need or desire for while instructed
As a noun request
is act of (l
Other Comparisons: What's the difference?
Act of (l).
A formal (l) requesting something.
of being sought after.
* Sir W. Temple
- I will marry her, sir, at your request .
(obsolete) That which is asked for or requested.
* Bible, Psalms cvi. 15
- Knowledge and fame were in as great request as wealth among us now.
- He gave them their request .
* (act of requesting) asking, beseech, prayer, wish
* (formal message requesting something) petition, postulation
* (state of being sought after) demand
* discovery request
* request for admission
* request for production
to express the need or desire for
to ask somebody to do something
* (to express the need or desire for ): indicate, pray, wish
* (to ask somebody to do something ): ask, bespeak, call for
(label) to teach by giving instructions
(label) to direct; to order (usage note : "instruct" is less forceful than "order", but weightier than "advise")
(label) arranged; furnished; provided
(label) instructed; taught; enlightened