Area vs None - What's the difference?

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As nouns the difference between area and none

is that area is area while none is an interval of 13 (kleine none'') or 14 (''große none ) half-tones.

area

English

Noun

(wikipedia area)
  • (mathematics) A measure of the extent of a surface; it is measured in square units.
  • A particular geographic region.
  • Any particular extent of surface, especially an empty or unused extent.
  • Figuratively, any extent, scope or range of an object or concept.
  • * {{quote-magazine, year=2013, month=September-October, author= Rob Dorit
  • , magazine=(American Scientist), title= Making Life from Scratch , passage=Today, a new area of research that similarly aims to mimic a complex biological phenomenon—life itself—is taking off. Synthetic biology, a seductive experimental subfield in the life sciences, seems tantalizingly to promise custom-designed life created in the laboratory.}}
  • (British) An open space, below ground level, between the front of a house and the pavement.
  • (Charles Dickens)
  • (soccer) Penalty box; penalty area.
  • * {{quote-news, year=2010, date=December 29, author=Mark Vesty, work=BBC
  • , title= Wigan 2-2 Arsenal , passage=Bendtner's goal-bound shot was well saved by goalkeeper Ali Al Habsi but fell to Arsahvin on the edge of the area and the Russian swivelled, shaped his body and angled a sumptuous volley into the corner.}}
  • (slang) Genitals.
  • Derived terms

    * * area code * area-denial * area of influence * area rug * area rule * Broca's area * combined statistical area * common area * danger area * disaster area * equal-area * free trade area * geographical area * goal area * gray area * grey area * lateral area * metropolitan area * metropolitan area network * notification area * outside gross area * penalty area * Planck area * prohibited area * protected area * rest area * restricted area * Ruhr Area * Schengen Area * safe area * second moment of area * service area * specific leaf area * staging area * surface area * terminal control area * Terminal High Altitude Area Defense * ventral tegmental area * Wernicke's area

    See also

    * Imperial: square inches, square feet, square yards, square miles, acres * Metric: square meters/square metres, square centimeters/square centimetres, square kilometers/square kilometres, hectares

    Anagrams

    * 1000 English basic words ----

    none

    English

    Alternative forms

    * non

    Pronoun

    (English Pronouns)
  • Not any (one) (of) a given number or group of things. With singular or plural concord.
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  • * 2006 , (Clive James), North Face of Soho , Picador 2007, page 253:
  • Alas, none of these people were writing the reviews.
  • Not any person: no one, nobody (with singular concord); no people (with plural concord).
  • Usage notes

    Although uncountable nouns require none'' to be conjugated with a singular verb, ''e.g.'', ''None of this meat tastes right'', the pronoun can be either singular or plural in most other cases, ''e.g.'', ''Fifty people applied for the position, but none were accepted.'', and ''None was qualified . However, where the given or implied context is clearly singular or plural, then a matching verb makes better sense: : None of these men is my father. : None of those options is the best one. : None of these people are my parents.

    Antonyms

    * some * all

    Derived terms

    * half a loaf is better than none

    Determiner

    (en determiner)
  • (archaic, outside, Scotland) Not any; no.
  • * 1526 , (William Tyndale), trans. Bible , Matthew XXV:
  • the foles toke their lampes, but toke none oyle with them.
  • * 2008 , (James Kelman), Kieron Smith, Boy , Penguin 2009, page 138:
  • None lasses were in the dunces' row. If one had been there people would have looked at her and felt sorry but not boys.

    Adverb

    (-)
  • (senseid) To no extent, in no way.
  • I felt none the worse for my recent illness.
    He was none too pleased with the delays in the program that was supposed to be his legacy.
  • Not at all.
  • Now don't you worry none .
  • (obsolete) No, not.
  • * c. 1390 , Geoffrey Chaucer, "The Shipman's Tale", Canterbury Tales :
  • And up into his contour-hous gooth he / To rekene with hymself, wel may be, / Of thilke yeer how that it with hym stood, / And how that he despended hadde his good, / And if that he encresses were or noon .

    Noun

    (en noun)
  • A person without religious affiliation.
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