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damaged

Deffective vs Damaged - What's the difference?

deffective | damaged |

Deffective is likely misspelled.


Deffective has no English definition.

As a verb damaged is

past tense of damage.

Damaged vs Obliterate - What's the difference?

damaged | obliterate |


As verbs the difference between damaged and obliterate

is that damaged is past tense of damage while obliterate is to remove completely, leaving no trace; to wipe out; to destroy.

Damaged vs Damages - What's the difference?

damaged | damages |


As verbs the difference between damaged and damages

is that damaged is (damage) while damages is (damage).

As a noun damages is

(legal) the money paid or awarded to a claimant (in england), a pursuer (in scotland) or a plaintiff (in the us) in a civil action.

Damaged vs Broke - What's the difference?

damaged | broke |


As verbs the difference between damaged and broke

is that damaged is (damage) while broke is (break) or broke can be to broker; to transact business for another.

As an adjective broke is

(informal) lacking money; bankrupt.

As a noun broke is

(papermaking) paper or board that is discarded and repulped during the manufacturing process.

Damaged vs Tm - What's the difference?

damaged | tm |


As a verb damaged

is (damage).

As a symbol tm is

(label) symbol for thulium.

Damager vs Damaged - What's the difference?

damager | damaged |


As a noun damager

is somebody or something that damages.

As a verb damaged is

past tense of damage.

Taxonomy vs Damaged - What's the difference?

taxonomy | damaged |


As a noun taxonomy

is the science or the technique used to make a classification.

As a verb damaged is

(damage).

Destroyed vs Damaged - What's the difference?

destroyed | damaged |


As verbs the difference between destroyed and damaged

is that destroyed is (destroy) while damaged is (damage).

As an adjective destroyed

is (ireland|informal) (particularly of a child) soiled, muddied, especially as a result of a fall or spill.

Collapsed vs Damaged - What's the difference?

collapsed | damaged |


As verbs the difference between collapsed and damaged

is that collapsed is (collapse) while damaged is (damage).

Damaged vs Obliterated - What's the difference?

damaged | obliterated |


As verbs the difference between damaged and obliterated

is that damaged is past tense of damage while obliterated is past tense of obliterate.

As an adjective obliterated is

very drunk, intoxicated, wasted.

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