certain

Certain vs Little - What's the difference?

certain | little |


As an adjective certain

is certain.

As a proper noun little is

.

Certain vs Predetermined - What's the difference?

certain | predetermined |


As adjectives the difference between certain and predetermined

is that certain is certain while predetermined is determined in advance.

As a verb predetermined is

(predetermine).

Impossible vs Certain - What's the difference?

impossible | certain |


As adjectives the difference between impossible and certain

is that impossible is not possible; not able to be done or happen while certain is certain.

As a noun impossible

is an impossibility.

Certain vs Frequently - What's the difference?

certain | frequently |


As an adjective certain

is certain.

As an adverb frequently is

at frequent intervals.

Necessary vs Certain - What's the difference?

necessary | certain |


As adjectives the difference between necessary and certain

is that necessary is needed, required while certain is certain.

As a noun necessary

is (archaic|british) bathroom, toilet, loo.

Certain vs Undefined - What's the difference?

certain | undefined |


As adjectives the difference between certain and undefined

is that certain is certain while undefined is lacking a definition or value.

Certain vs Essential - What's the difference?

certain | essential |


As adjectives the difference between certain and essential

is that certain is certain while essential is necessary.

As a noun essential is

a necessary ingredient.

Certain vs Possibility - What's the difference?

certain | possibility |


As an adjective certain

is certain.

As a noun possibility is

the quality of being possible.

Maintain vs Certain - What's the difference?

maintain | certain |


As a verb maintain

is to support (someone), to back up or assist (someone) in an action.

As an adjective certain is

sure, positive, not doubting.

As a determiner certain is

having been determined but unspecified. The quality of some particular subject or object which is known by the speaker to have been specifically singled out among similar entities of its class.

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