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stere

Wikidiffcom vs Stere - What's the difference?

wikidiffcom | stere |


As a verb stere is

.

Stree vs Stere - What's the difference?

stree | stere |


As a noun stree

is .

As a verb stere is

.

Sterre vs Stere - What's the difference?

sterre | stere |


As nouns the difference between sterre and stere

is that sterre is obsolete form of lang=en while stere is a measure of volume used e.g. for cut wood, equal to one cubic meter.

Stere vs Steer - What's the difference?

stere | steer |

Steer is a anagram of stere.



As nouns the difference between stere and steer

is that stere is a measure of volume used e.g. for cut wood, equal to one cubic meter while steer is the castrated male of cattle, especially one raised for beef production.

As a verb steer is

to castrate (a male calf).

Stere vs Stern - What's the difference?

stere | stern |


As a verb stere

is .

As a noun stern is

a star; a small luminous dot that can be seen on the night sky.

Stere vs Sere - What's the difference?

stere | sere |


As a verb stere

is .

As a noun sere is

.

Stere vs Stele - What's the difference?

stere | stele |


As a verb stere

is .

As a noun stele is

.

Stare vs Stere - What's the difference?

stare | stere |


As a noun stare

is : starlings.

As a verb stere is

.

Steve vs Stere - What's the difference?

steve | stere |


As a proper noun Steve

is a diminutive of Steven and Stephen, also used as a formal male given name.

As a verb steve

is to pack or stow, as cargo in a ship's hold.

As a noun stere is

a measure of volume used e.g. for cut wood, equal to one cubic meter.

Stee vs Stere - What's the difference?

stee | stere |


As nouns the difference between stee and stere

is that stee is a ladder while stere is a measure of volume used e.g. for cut wood, equal to one cubic meter.

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