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Tomato vs Ketchup - What's the difference?

tomato | ketchup |


As nouns the difference between tomato and ketchup

is that tomato is a widely cultivated plant, (taxlink), having edible fruit while ketchup is (uncountable) a tomato-vinegar based sauce.

As a verb tomato

is to pelt with tomatoes.

Catchup vs Ketchup - What's the difference?

catchup | ketchup |

Catchup is an alternative form of ketchup.


As nouns the difference between catchup and ketchup

is that catchup is a variant of catsup or ketchup while ketchup is (uncountable) a tomato-vinegar based sauce.

Ketchup vs Sauce - What's the difference?

ketchup | sauce |

Ketchup is a see also of sauce.


As nouns the difference between ketchup and sauce

is that ketchup is (uncountable) a tomato-vinegar based sauce while sauce is a liquid (often thickened) condiment or accompaniment to food.

As a verb sauce is

to add sauce to something.

Ketchup vs Sauce - What's the difference?

ketchup | sauce |

Ketchup is a see also of sauce.


As nouns the difference between ketchup and sauce

is that ketchup is (uncountable) a tomato-vinegar based sauce while sauce is a liquid (often thickened) condiment or accompaniment to food.

As a verb sauce is

to add sauce to something.

What is the difference between ketchup and catsup?

ketchup | catsup | Alternative forms |

Catsup is an alternative form of ketchup.


As nouns the difference between ketchup and catsup

is that ketchup is (uncountable) a tomato-vinegar based sauce while catsup is (ketchup).

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