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pair

Pair vs X - What's the difference?

pair | x |


As a noun pair

is two similar or identical things taken together; often followed by of.

As a verb pair

is to group into sets of two or pair can be (obsolete) to impair.

As a letter x is

the twenty-fourth letter of the.

As a symbol x is

voiceless velar fricative.

Pair vs Man - What's the difference?

pair | man |


As a noun pair

is two similar or identical things taken together; often followed by of.

As a verb pair

is to group into sets of two or pair can be (obsolete) to impair.

As a pronoun man is

i.

Pair vs Worsen - What's the difference?

pair | worsen |


In lang=en terms the difference between pair and worsen

is that pair is to suit; to fit, as a counterpart while worsen is to become worse; to get worse.

In obsolete|lang=en terms the difference between pair and worsen

is that pair is (obsolete) to impair while worsen is (obsolete) to get the better of; to worst.

As verbs the difference between pair and worsen

is that pair is to group into sets of two or pair can be (obsolete) to impair while worsen is to make worse; to impair.

As a noun pair

is two similar or identical things taken together; often followed by of.

Yolk vs Pair - What's the difference?

yolk | pair |


As nouns the difference between yolk and pair

is that yolk is the yellow, spherical part of an egg that is surrounded by the white albumen, and serves as nutriment for the growing young while pair is two similar or identical things taken together; often followed by of.

As a verb pair is

to group into sets of two or pair can be (obsolete) to impair.

Pair vs Paris - What's the difference?

pair | paris |


As a noun pair

is two similar or identical things taken together; often followed by of.

As a verb pair

is to group into sets of two or pair can be (obsolete) to impair.

As a proper noun paris is

(label) (trojan prince).

Pair vs Undefined - What's the difference?

pair | undefined |


As a noun pair

is two similar or identical things taken together; often followed by of.

As a verb pair

is to group into sets of two or pair can be (obsolete) to impair.

As an adjective undefined is

lacking a definition or value.

Collection vs Pair - What's the difference?

collection | pair | Related terms |

Collection is a related term of pair.


In obsolete|lang=en terms the difference between collection and pair

is that collection is (obsolete) the act of inferring or concluding from premises or observed facts; also, that which is inferred while pair is (obsolete) to impair.

As nouns the difference between collection and pair

is that collection is a set of items or amount of material procured or gathered together while pair is two similar or identical things taken together; often followed by of.

As a verb pair is

to group into sets of two or pair can be (obsolete) to impair.

Pairwise vs Pair - What's the difference?

pairwise | pair |


As an adjective pairwise

is occurring in pairs; two at a time.

As an adverb pairwise

is arranged in pairs.

As a noun pair is

two similar or identical things taken together; often followed by of.

As a verb pair is

to group into sets of two or pair can be (obsolete) to impair.

Duke vs Pair - What's the difference?

duke | pair |


As verbs the difference between duke and pair

is that duke is to plunge, dive while pair is to group into sets of two or pair can be (obsolete) to impair.

As a noun pair is

two similar or identical things taken together; often followed by of.

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