funds

Funds vs Subsidise - What's the difference?

funds | subsidise |


As a noun funds

is .

As a verb subsidise is

(british) to give subsidy, to support financially.

Funds vs Subvention - What's the difference?

funds | subvention |


As nouns the difference between funds and subvention

is that funds is while subvention is a subsidy; provision of financial or other support.

As a verb subvention is

to subsidise.

Funds vs Null - What's the difference?

funds | null |


As nouns the difference between funds and null

is that funds is while null is zero, nil; the cardinal number before einn.

Funds vs Wages - What's the difference?

funds | wages |


As nouns the difference between funds and wages

is that funds is while wages is .

As a verb wages is

(wage).

Funds vs Donation - What's the difference?

funds | donation |


As nouns the difference between funds and donation

is that funds is while donation is a voluntary gift or contribution for a specific cause.

Means vs Funds - What's the difference?

means | funds |


As nouns the difference between means and funds

is that means is while funds is .

As a verb means

is (mean).

Wealth vs Funds - What's the difference?

wealth | funds |


As nouns the difference between wealth and funds

is that wealth is (obsolete) weal; welfare; prosperity; good; well-being; happiness; joy while funds is .

Funds vs Appropriations - What's the difference?

funds | appropriations |


As nouns the difference between funds and appropriations

is that funds is while appropriations is .

Fortune vs Funds - What's the difference?

fortune | funds |


As an adjective fortune

is with good luck; fortunate.

As a noun funds is

.

Bonds vs Funds - What's the difference?

bonds | funds |


As nouns the difference between bonds and funds

is that bonds is imprisonment, captivity while funds is .

As a verb bonds

is (bond).

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