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Joy vs En - What's the difference?

joy | en |


As nouns the difference between joy and en

is that joy is a feeling of extreme happiness or cheerfulness, especially related to the acquisition or expectation of something good while en is english or en can be .

As a verb joy

is to feel joy, to rejoice.

As a preposition en is

.

En vs Wpincludes - What's the difference?

en | wpincludes |

Ee vs En - What's the difference?

ee | en |

Ee is a see also of en.


As nouns the difference between ee and en

is that ee is (scotland|northern england|and|archaic) an eye while en is english or en can be .

As an interjection ee

is (northern england) eh.

As a preposition en is

.

En vs Lib - What's the difference?

en | lib |


As nouns the difference between en and lib

is that en is english or en can be while lib is a potion; magic potion; charm.

As a preposition en

is .

As a abbreviation lib is

liberal.

As a verb lib is

to geld; castrate; emasculate (usually said of animals).

En vs Default - What's the difference?

en | default |


As nouns the difference between en and default

is that en is english or en can be while default is (finance) the condition of failing to meet an obligation.

As a preposition en

is .

As a verb default is

to fail to meet an obligation.

En vs Pica - What's the difference?

en | pica |

En is a see also of pica.


As nouns the difference between en and pica

is that en is english or en can be while pica is a vitiated appetite that craves what is unfit for food, as chalk, ashes, coal, etc; chthonophagia or pica can be (typography|uncountable) a size of type or pica can be (pika) (small rodent).

As a preposition en

is .

What is the difference between en and space?

en | space |


As nouns the difference between en and space

is that en is english or en can be while space is of time.

As a preposition en

is .

As a verb space is

(obsolete|intransitive) to roam, walk, wander.

What is the difference between em and en?

em | en |


In context|typography|lang=en terms the difference between em and en

is that em is (typography) a unit of measurement equal to the height of the type in use while en is (typography) a unit of measurement equal to half of an em (half of the height of the type in use).

As nouns the difference between em and en

is that em is {{latn-def|en|name|m|m}} while en is english or en can be {{latn-def|en|name|n|n}}.

As a pronoun em

is (neologism) them (singular) {{non-gloss definition|gender-neutral third-person singular object pronoun, coordinate with (him) and (her)}}.

As a preposition en is

{{non-gloss definition|used in various phrases borrowed from french or formed as if borrowed from french (see "derived terms" below)}}.

What is the difference between half and en?

half | en |


As nouns the difference between half and en

is that half is one of two equal parts into which anything may be divided, or considered as divided; — sometimes followed by of; as, a half of an apple while en is english or en can be {{latn-def|en|name|n|n}}.

As a adjective half

is consisting of a moiety, or half (1/2, 50%).

As a adverb half

is in two equal parts or to an equal degree; in some part approximating a half; partially; imperfectly.

As a verb half

is (obsolete) to halve.

As a preposition en is

{{non-gloss definition|used in various phrases borrowed from french or formed as if borrowed from french (see "derived terms" below)}}.

What is the difference between type and en?

type | en |


As nouns the difference between type and en

is that type is a grouping based on shared characteristics; a class while en is english or en can be {{latn-def|en|name|n|n}}.

As a verb type

is to put text on paper using a typewriter.

As a preposition en is

{{non-gloss definition|used in various phrases borrowed from french or formed as if borrowed from french (see "derived terms" below)}}.

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