granted

Granted vs Conceded - What's the difference?

granted | conceded |


As verbs the difference between granted and conceded

is that granted is (grant) while conceded is (concede).

As an adverb granted

is .

As a preposition granted

is (used to mark the premise of a syllogistic argument).

Accorded vs Granted - What's the difference?

accorded | granted |


As verbs the difference between accorded and granted

is that accorded is (accord) while granted is (grant).

As an adverb granted is

.

As a preposition granted is

(used to mark the premise of a syllogistic argument).

Granted vs Certainly - What's the difference?

granted | certainly |


As adverbs the difference between granted and certainly

is that granted is while certainly is in a way which is certain; with certainty.

As a verb granted

is (grant).

As a preposition granted

is (used to mark the premise of a syllogistic argument).

Granted vs Because - What's the difference?

granted | because |


As adverbs the difference between granted and because

is that granted is while because is (archaic) for the reason (that ).

As prepositions the difference between granted and because

is that granted is (used to mark the premise of a syllogistic argument) while because is .

As a verb granted

is (grant).

As a conjunction because is

by or for the cause that; on this account that; for the reason that.

Granted vs Admit - What's the difference?

granted | admit |


As verbs the difference between granted and admit

is that granted is past tense of grant while admit is to allow to enter; to grant entrance, whether into a place, or into the mind, or consideration; to receive; to take.

As an adverb granted

is Used to concede a point, often before stating some contrasting information.

As a preposition granted

is used to mark the premise of a syllogistic argumentgranted | licit | Related terms |

Granted is a related term of licit.


As a verb granted

is (grant).

As an adverb granted

is .

As a preposition granted

is (used to mark the premise of a syllogistic argument).

As an adjective licit is

not forbidden by formal or informal rules.

Supplied vs Granted - What's the difference?

supplied | granted |


As verbs the difference between supplied and granted

is that supplied is (supply) while granted is (grant).

As an adverb granted is

.

As a preposition granted is

(used to mark the premise of a syllogistic argument).

Granted vs Recognized - What's the difference?

granted | recognized |


As verbs the difference between granted and recognized

is that granted is (grant) while recognized is (recognize).

As an adverb granted

is .

As a preposition granted

is (used to mark the premise of a syllogistic argument).

As an adjective recognized is

notable; distinguished; honored.

Allotted vs Granted - What's the difference?

allotted | granted |


As verbs the difference between allotted and granted

is that allotted is (allot) while granted is (grant).

As an adjective allotted

is assigned or designated.

As an adverb granted is

.

As a preposition granted is

(used to mark the premise of a syllogistic argument).

Gave vs Granted - What's the difference?

gave | granted |


As verbs the difference between gave and granted

is that gave is simple past of give while granted is past tense of grant.

As an adverb granted is

Used to concede a point, often before stating some contrasting information.

As a preposition granted is

used to mark the premise of a syllogistic argument