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neet

Net vs Neet - What's the difference?

net | neet |


As nouns the difference between net and neet

is that net is a mesh of string, cord or rope while NEET is a person not in employment, education, or training.

As a verb net

is to catch by means of a net.

As an adjective net

is good, desirable; clean, decent, clear.

As an adverb net

is after expenses or deductions.

As a proper noun Net

is the Internet.

Leet vs Neet - What's the difference?

leet | neet |


As nouns the difference between leet and neet

is that leet is (scotland) a portion or list, especially a list of candidates for an office or leet can be (british|obsolete) a regular court in which the certain lords had jurisdiction over local disputes, or the physical area of this jurisdiction or leet can be (zoology) the european pollock or leet can be (internet slang) while neet is alternative form of neet.

As a verb leet

is (obsolete) (let).

As an adjective leet

is of or relating to leetspeak.

Meet vs Neet - What's the difference?

meet | neet |


As nouns the difference between meet and neet

is that meet is a sports competition, especially for athletics or swimming while neet is alternative form of neet.

As a verb meet

is (lb) of individuals: to make personal contact .

As an adjective meet

is suitable; right; proper.

Feet vs Neet - What's the difference?

feet | neet |


As nouns the difference between feet and neet

is that feet is irregular plural of foot while NEET is a person not in employment, education, or training.

Next vs Neet - What's the difference?

next | neet |


As nouns the difference between next and neet

is that next is the one that follows after this one while neet is alternative form of neet.

As an adjective next

is following in a sequence.

As a determiner next

is the one immediately following the current or most recent one.

As an adverb next

is in a time, place or sequence closest or following.

As a preposition next

is on the side of; next to.

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