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prune

Prune vs Proon - What's the difference?

prune | proon |

Proon is often a misspelling of prune.


Proon has no English definition.

As a noun prune

is a plum.

As a verb prune

is to remove excess material from a tree or shrub; to trim, especially to make more healthy or productive.

Prune vs Carve - What's the difference?

prune | carve |


In obsolete|lang=en terms the difference between prune and carve

is that prune is (obsolete) to preen; to prepare; to dress while carve is (obsolete) a carucate.

In figuratively|lang=en terms the difference between prune and carve

is that prune is (figuratively) to cut down or shorten (by the removal of unnecessary material) while carve is (figuratively) to take or make, as by cutting; to provide.

As nouns the difference between prune and carve

is that prune is (obsolete) a plum while carve is (obsolete) a carucate.

As verbs the difference between prune and carve

is that prune is to remove excess material from a tree or shrub; to trim, especially to make more healthy or productive while carve is (archaic) to cut.

Prune vs Condense - What's the difference?

prune | condense | Synonyms |

Prune is a synonym of condense.


As verbs the difference between prune and condense

is that prune is to remove excess material from a tree or shrub; to trim, especially to make more healthy or productive while condense is .

As a noun prune

is (obsolete) a plum.

As an adjective condense is

condensed.

Sow vs Prune - What's the difference?

sow | prune |


In transitive terms the difference between sow and prune

is that sow is to scatter, disperse, or plant (seeds) while prune is to remove excess material from a tree or shrub; to trim, especially to make more healthy or productive.

Prune vs Prum - What's the difference?

prune | prum |

Prum is often a misspelling of prune.


Prum has no English definition.

As a noun prune

is a plum.

As a verb prune

is to remove excess material from a tree or shrub; to trim, especially to make more healthy or productive.

Prune vs Produce - What's the difference?

prune | produce |


In obsolete|lang=en terms the difference between prune and produce

is that prune is (obsolete) to preen; to prepare; to dress while produce is (obsolete) to draw out; to extend; to lengthen or prolong.

In lang=en terms the difference between prune and produce

is that prune is to remove excess material from a tree or shrub; to trim, especially to make more healthy or productive while produce is to make (a thing) available to a person, an authority, etc; to provide for inspection.

As nouns the difference between prune and produce

is that prune is (obsolete) a plum while produce is items produced.

As verbs the difference between prune and produce

is that prune is to remove excess material from a tree or shrub; to trim, especially to make more healthy or productive while produce is to yield, make or manufacture; to generate.

Expurgate vs Prune - What's the difference?

expurgate | prune |


In lang=en terms the difference between expurgate and prune

is that expurgate is to edit out rude, incorrect, offensive, useless, or otherwise undesirable information from a book, cd or other publication; to cleanse; to purge while prune is to remove excess material from a tree or shrub; to trim, especially to make more healthy or productive.

As verbs the difference between expurgate and prune

is that expurgate is to edit out rude, incorrect, offensive, useless, or otherwise undesirable information from a book, cd or other publication; to cleanse; to purge while prune is to remove excess material from a tree or shrub; to trim, especially to make more healthy or productive.

As a noun prune is

(obsolete) a plum.

Prune vs Paune - What's the difference?

prune | paune |


As nouns the difference between prune and paune

is that prune is a plum while paune is alternative form of lang=en (a kind of bread.

As a verb prune

is to remove excess material from a tree or shrub; to trim, especially to make more healthy or productive.

Prune vs Pruce - What's the difference?

prune | pruce |


In obsolete terms the difference between prune and pruce

is that prune is to preen; to prepare; to dress while pruce is prussian leather.

As a verb prune

is to remove excess material from a tree or shrub; to trim, especially to make more healthy or productive.

Prune vs Pruno - What's the difference?

prune | pruno |


As nouns the difference between prune and pruno

is that prune is a plum while pruno is an improvised alcoholic drink made by fermenting whatever ingredients are available.

As a verb prune

is to remove excess material from a tree or shrub; to trim, especially to make more healthy or productive.

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