# prove

#### Deduce vs Prove - What's the difference?

deduce | prove |## In transitive terms the difference between deduce and prove

is that**deduce**is to reach a conclusion by applying rules of logic to given premises while

**prove**is to put to the test, to make trial of.

#### Prove vs Decrease - What's the difference?

prove | decrease |## In transitive terms the difference between prove and decrease

is that**prove**is to put to the test, to make trial of while

**decrease**is to make (a quantity) smaller.

## In intransitive terms the difference between prove and decrease

is that**prove**is to turn out; to manifest while

**decrease**is of a quantity, to become smaller.

## As a noun **decrease** is

an amount by which a quantity is decreased.
#### Apply vs Prove - What's the difference?

apply | prove |## In transitive terms the difference between apply and prove

is that**apply**is to betake; to address; to refer; generally used reflexively while

**prove**is to put to the test, to make trial of.

## In intransitive terms the difference between apply and prove

is that**apply**is to pertain or be relevant to a specified individual or group while

**prove**is to turn out; to manifest.

## As an adjective **apply**

is an alternative spelling of lang=en. #### Prove vs Tested - What's the difference?

prove | tested |## As verbs the difference between **prove** and **tested**

is that **prove**is while

**tested**is (

*test*).

#### Prove vs Provide - What's the difference?

prove | provide |**Provide** is a synonym of **prove**.

## As verbs the difference between **prove** and **provide**

is that **prove**is to demonstrate that something is true or viable; to give proof for while

**provide**is to make a living; earn money for necessities.

#### Proofed vs Prove - What's the difference?

proofed | prove |## As verbs the difference between **proofed** and **prove**

is that **proofed**is past tense of proof while

**prove**is to demonstrate that something is true or viable; to give proof for.

#### Cite vs Prove - What's the difference?

cite | prove |## As verbs the difference between **cite** and **prove**

is that **cite**is to quote; to repeat, as a passage from a book, or the words of another while

**prove**is to demonstrate that something is true or viable; to give proof for.

## As a noun **cite**

is a citation. #### Prove vs Eliminate - What's the difference?

prove | eliminate |## As verbs the difference between **prove** and **eliminate**

is that **prove**is while

**eliminate**is

to completely destroy (something) so that it no longer exists

. #### Prove vs Taste - What's the difference?

prove | taste |## In transitive terms the difference between prove and taste

is that**prove**is to put to the test, to make trial of while

**taste**is to sample the flavor of something orally.

## In intransitive terms the difference between prove and taste

is that**prove**is to turn out; to manifest while

**taste**is to have a taste; to excite a particular sensation by which flavour is distinguished.

## As a noun **taste** is

one of the sensations produced by the tongue in response to certain chemicals (Wikipedia).
#### Prove vs Advance - What's the difference?

prove | advance |## As verbs the difference between **prove** and **advance**

is that **prove**is while

**advance**is to bring forward; to move towards the front; to make to go on.