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pesto

Pistu vs Pesto - What's the difference?

pistu | pesto |

Pistu is often a misspelling of pesto.


Pistu has no English definition.

As a noun pesto is

a sauce, especially for pasta, originating from the Genoa region, made from basil, garlic, pine nuts, olive oil and cheese (usually pecorino.

Resto vs Pesto - What's the difference?

resto | pesto |


As verbs the difference between resto and pesto

is that resto is third-person singular past historic of restare while pesto is .

Petto vs Pesto - What's the difference?

petto | pesto |


As a noun petto

is .

As a verb pesto is

.

Pesto vs Presto - What's the difference?

pesto | presto |


As verbs the difference between pesto and presto

is that pesto is while presto is .

Paste vs Pesto - What's the difference?

paste | pesto |


As nouns the difference between paste and pesto

is that paste is a soft mixture, in particular while pesto is a sauce, especially for pasta, originating from the Genoa region, made from basil, garlic, pine nuts, olive oil and cheese (usually pecorino.

As a verb paste

is to stick with paste; to cause to adhere by or as if by paste.

Pesto vs Pest - What's the difference?

pesto | pest |


As nouns the difference between pesto and pest

is that pesto is a sauce, especially for pasta, originating from the Genoa region, made from basil, garlic, pine nuts, olive oil and cheese (usually pecorino while pest is a plague, pestilence, epidemic.

Pesty vs Pesto - What's the difference?

pesty | pesto |


As an adjective pesty

is annoying or troublesome; pesky; literally acting like a pest.

As a noun pesto is

a sauce, especially for pasta, originating from the Genoa region, made from basil, garlic, pine nuts, olive oil and cheese (usually pecorino.

Pests vs Pesto - What's the difference?

pests | pesto |


As a noun pests

is .

As a verb pesto is

.

Peso vs Pesto - What's the difference?

peso | pesto |


As nouns the difference between peso and pesto

is that peso is former unit of currency in Spain a Spain's colonies worth 8 reales; Spanish dollar while pesto is a sauce, especially for pasta, originating from the Genoa region, made from basil, garlic, pine nuts, olive oil and cheese (usually pecorino.

Pesto vs Pestolike - What's the difference?

pesto | pestolike |


As a verb pesto

is .

As an adjective pestolike is

resembling or characteristic of pesto.

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