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Aged vs Obsolete - What's the difference?

aged | obsolete | Related terms |


As adjectives the difference between aged and obsolete

is that aged is old while obsolete is no longer in use; gone into disuse; disused or neglected (often by preference for something newer, which replaces the subject).

As verbs the difference between aged and obsolete

is that aged is past tense of age while obsolete is to cause to become obsolete.

As a noun aged

is old people, collectively.

As a preposition aged

is having the age of. (primarily non-US.

Aged vs Href - What's the difference?

aged | href |

Aged vs Primitive - What's the difference?

aged | primitive | Related terms |

Aged is a related term of primitive.


As adjectives the difference between aged and primitive

is that aged is while primitive is of or pertaining to the beginning or origin, or to early times; original; primordial; primeval; first.

As a noun primitive is

an original or primary word; a word not derived from another, as opposed to (derivative).

Aged vs Former - What's the difference?

aged | former | Related terms |


As adjectives the difference between aged and former

is that aged is old while former is previous.

As nouns the difference between aged and former

is that aged is old people, collectively while former is someone who forms something; a maker; a creator or founder.

As a verb aged

is past tense of age.

As a preposition aged

is having the age of. (primarily non-US.

Aged vs Senior - What's the difference?

aged | senior |


As adjectives the difference between aged and senior

is that aged is while senior is .

As a noun senior is

.

Aged vs Ripened - What's the difference?

aged | ripened |


As verbs the difference between aged and ripened

is that aged is past tense of age while ripened is past tense of ripen.

As an adjective aged

is old.

As a noun aged

is old people, collectively.

As a preposition aged

is having the age of. (primarily non-US.

Aged vs Of - What's the difference?

aged | of |


As an adjective aged

is .

As a conjunction of is

(subordinating ) whether, if.

Aged vs Mature - What's the difference?

aged | mature |

Mature is a antonym of aged.



As adjectives the difference between aged and mature

is that aged is old while mature is fully developed; grown up in terms of physical appearance, behaviour or thinking; ripe.

As verbs the difference between aged and mature

is that aged is past tense of age while mature is to become mature; to ripen.

As a noun aged

is old people, collectively.

As a preposition aged

is having the age of. (primarily non-US.

Aged vs For - What's the difference?

aged | for |


As an adjective aged

is .

As a noun for is

oven.

Aged vs Mellow - What's the difference?

aged | mellow |


As adjectives the difference between aged and mellow

is that aged is while mellow is soft or tender by reason of ripeness; having a tender pulp.

As a noun mellow is

a relaxed mood.

As a verb mellow is

to make mellow; to relax or soften.

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