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Sow vs Till - What's the difference?

sow | till | Related terms |


In transitive terms the difference between sow and till

is that sow is to scatter, disperse, or plant (seeds) while till is to work or cultivate or plough (soil); to prepare for growing vegetation and crops.

As a preposition till is

to.

As a conjunction till is

until, until the time that.

Spread vs Sow - What's the difference?

spread | sow | Related terms |


In transitive terms the difference between spread and sow

is that spread is to cover (something) with a thin layer of some substance, as of butter while sow is to scatter, disperse, or plant (seeds).

Shed vs Sow - What's the difference?

shed | sow | Related terms |

Shed is a related term of sow.


In lang=en terms the difference between shed and sow

is that shed is to radiate, cast, give off (light); see also shed light on while sow is to scatter, disperse, or plant (seeds).

As verbs the difference between shed and sow

is that shed is (transitive|obsolete|uk|dialect) to part or divide while sow is to scatter, disperse, or plant (seeds).

As nouns the difference between shed and sow

is that shed is (weaving) an area between upper and lower warp yarns through which the weft is woven or shed can be a slight or temporary structure built to shade or shelter something; a structure usually open in front; an outbuilding; a hut while sow is a female pig.

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.

Circulate vs Sow - What's the difference?

circulate | sow | Related terms |


In transitive terms the difference between circulate and sow

is that circulate is to cause (a person or thing) to move in circles or through a circuit while sow is to scatter, disperse, or plant (seeds).

As verbs the difference between circulate and sow

is that circulate is to move in circles or through a circuit while sow is to scatter, disperse, or plant (seeds).

As a noun sow is

a female pig.

Knit vs Sow - What's the difference?

knit | sow |


In transitive terms the difference between knit and sow

is that knit is to form into a knot, or into knots; to tie together, as cord; to fasten by tying while sow is to scatter, disperse, or plant (seeds).

As a noun sow is

a female pig.

Disseminates vs Sow - What's the difference?

disseminates | sow |


As verbs the difference between disseminates and sow

is that disseminates is third-person singular of disseminate while sow is to scatter, disperse, or plant (seeds).

As a noun sow is

a female pig.

Sow vs Harvest - What's the difference?

sow | harvest |


In transitive terms the difference between sow and harvest

is that sow is to scatter, disperse, or plant (seeds) while harvest is to win, achieve a gain.

Sow vs Sowe - What's the difference?

sow | sowe |


As verbs the difference between sow and sowe

is that sow is to scatter, disperse, or plant (seeds) while sowe is obsolete spelling of lang=en.

As a noun sow

is a female pig.

Sow vs Sop - What's the difference?

sow | sop |


As nouns the difference between sow and sop

is that sow is a female pig while sop is something entirely soaked.

As verbs the difference between sow and sop

is that sow is to scatter, disperse, or plant (seeds) while sop is to steep or dip in any liquid.

As an initialism SOP is

initialism of State of Palestine|lang=en.

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