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Completed vs Proved - What's the difference?

completed | proved |


As verbs the difference between completed and proved

is that completed is (complete) while proved is (prove).

As an adjective completed

is finished.

Established vs Proved - What's the difference?

established | proved |


As verbs the difference between established and proved

is that established is (establish) while proved is (prove).

As an adjective established

is of a religion, church etc: formally recognized by a state as being official within that area.

Accomplished vs Proved - What's the difference?

accomplished | proved |


As verbs the difference between accomplished and proved

is that accomplished is past tense of accomplish while proved is past tense of prove.

As an adjective accomplished

is completed; effected; established; as, an accomplished fact.

Accepted vs Proved - What's the difference?

accepted | proved |


As verbs the difference between accepted and proved

is that accepted is (accept) while proved is (prove).

As an adjective accepted

is generally approved, believed, or recognized.

Consummated vs Proved - What's the difference?

consummated | proved |


As verbs the difference between consummated and proved

is that consummated is past tense of consummate while proved is past tense of prove.

Effected vs Proved - What's the difference?

effected | proved |


As verbs the difference between effected and proved

is that effected is (effect) while proved is (prove).

Adduce vs Proved - What's the difference?

adduce | proved |


As verbs the difference between adduce and proved

is that adduce is to bring forward or offer, as an argument, passage, or consideration which bears on a statement or case; to cite; to allege while proved is (prove).

Adfuce vs Proved - What's the difference?

adfuce | proved |


As a verb proved is

(prove).

Testify vs Proved - What's the difference?

testify | proved |


As verbs the difference between testify and proved

is that testify is to make a declaration, or give evidence, under oath while proved is (prove).

Tested vs Proved - What's the difference?

tested | proved |


As verbs the difference between tested and proved

is that tested is past tense of test while proved is past tense of prove.

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