residue

Deposit vs Residue - What's the difference?

deposit | residue |


As nouns the difference between deposit and residue

is that deposit is sediment or rock that is not native to its present location or is different from the surrounding material sometimes refers to ore or gems while residue is whatever remains after something else has been removed.

As a verb deposit

is to lay down; to place; to put.

Residue vs Centrifuge - What's the difference?

residue | centrifuge |


As nouns the difference between residue and centrifuge

is that residue is whatever remains after something else has been removed while centrifuge is a device in which a mixture of denser and lighter materials (normally dispersed in a liquid) is separated by being spun about a central axis at high speed.

As a verb centrifuge is

to rotate something in a centrifuge in order to separate its constituents.

Balance vs Residue - What's the difference?

balance | residue |


As a verb balance

is .

As a noun residue is

whatever remains after something else has been removed.

Residue vs Grounds - What's the difference?

residue | grounds | Related terms |

Residue is a related term of grounds.


In legal|lang=en terms the difference between residue and grounds

is that residue is (legal) whatever property or effects are left in an estate after payment of all debts, other charges and deduction of what is specifically bequeathed by the testator while grounds is (legal) basis or justification for something, as in "grounds for divorce".

As nouns the difference between residue and grounds

is that residue is whatever remains after something else has been removed while grounds is (legal) basis or justification for something, as in "grounds for divorce" or grounds can be (plural only) the sediment at the bottom of a liquid, or from which a liquid has been filtered (as in coffee grounds).

Entrails vs Residue - What's the difference?

entrails | residue | Related terms |

Entrails is a related term of residue.


As nouns the difference between entrails and residue

is that entrails is (archaic) while residue is whatever remains after something else has been removed.

Refuse vs Residue - What's the difference?

refuse | residue | Related terms |

Refuse is a related term of residue.


As a verb refuse

is .

As a noun residue is

whatever remains after something else has been removed.

Residue vs Derivation - What's the difference?

residue | derivation |


As nouns the difference between residue and derivation

is that residue is whatever remains after something else has been removed while derivation is diversion.

Trash vs Residue - What's the difference?

trash | residue | Related terms |

Trash is a related term of residue.


As nouns the difference between trash and residue

is that trash is (chiefly|us) useless things to be discarded; rubbish; refuse while residue is whatever remains after something else has been removed.

As a verb trash

is (us) to discard.

Garbage vs Residue - What's the difference?

garbage | residue | Related terms |

Garbage is a related term of residue.


As nouns the difference between garbage and residue

is that garbage is the bowels of an animal; refuse parts of flesh; offal while residue is whatever remains after something else has been removed.

As a verb garbage

is (obsolete) to eviscerate.

Residue - What does it mean?

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