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Shared vs Had - What's the difference?

shared | had |


As verbs the difference between shared and had

is that shared is past tense of share while had is past tense of have.

As an adjective shared

is used by multiple entities or for multiple purposes or in multiple ways.

Had vs Eat - What's the difference?

had | eat |


As verbs the difference between had and eat

is that had is (have) while eat is to ingest; to be ingested.

Be vs Had - What's the difference?

be | had |


As an adverb be

is well.

As a verb had is

(have).

Will vs Had - What's the difference?

will | had |


As a proper noun will

is also used as a formal given name.

As a noun will

is (american football) a weak-side linebacker.

As a verb had is

(have).

Held vs Had - What's the difference?

held | had |


As a noun held

is hero.

As a verb had is

(have).

Had vs Haven - What's the difference?

had | haven |


As verbs the difference between had and haven

is that had is (have) while haven is to put into, or provide with a haven.

As a noun haven is

a harbour or anchorage protected from the sea.

Ought vs Had - What's the difference?

ought | had |


As verbs the difference between ought and had

is that ought is (obsolete) (owe) or ought can be (auxiliary) indicating duty or obligation while had is (have).

As a pronoun ought

is anything .

As an adverb ought

is at all, to any degree.

As a noun ought

is a statement of what ought to be the case as contrasted with what is the case or ought can be cipher, zero, nought.

Harsh vs Had - What's the difference?

harsh | had |


As verbs the difference between harsh and had

is that harsh is to negatively criticize while had is past tense of have.

As an adjective harsh

is unpleasantly rough to the touch or other senses.

Had vs Already - What's the difference?

had | already |


As a verb had

is (have).

As an adverb already is

prior to some specified time, either past, present, or future; by this time; previously.

Used vs Had - What's the difference?

used | had |


As verbs the difference between used and had

is that used is (use) while had is (have).

As an adjective used

is that is or has or have been used.

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