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Supported vs Auxiliary - What's the difference?

supported | auxiliary |


As adjectives the difference between supported and auxiliary

is that supported is held in position, especially from below while auxiliary is helping]]; [[give|giving assistance or support.

As a verb supported

is (support).

As a noun auxiliary is

a person or group that acts in an auxiliary manner.

Supported vs Allowed - What's the difference?

supported | allowed |


As verbs the difference between supported and allowed

is that supported is (support) while allowed is (allow).

As an adjective supported

is held in position, especially from below.

Rooted vs Supported - What's the difference?

rooted | supported |


As adjectives the difference between rooted and supported

is that rooted is fixed in one position; immobile; unable to move while supported is held in position, especially from below.

As verbs the difference between rooted and supported

is that rooted is past tense of root while supported is past tense of support.

Developed vs Supported - What's the difference?

developed | supported |


As adjectives the difference between developed and supported

is that developed is (said of a country) not primitive; not third world while supported is held in position, especially from below.

As verbs the difference between developed and supported

is that developed is (develop) while supported is (support).

Propped vs Supported - What's the difference?

propped | supported |


As verbs the difference between propped and supported

is that propped is (prop) while supported is (support).

As an adjective supported is

held in position, especially from below.

Cultivated vs Supported - What's the difference?

cultivated | supported |


As verbs the difference between cultivated and supported

is that cultivated is (cultivate) while supported is (support).

As adjectives the difference between cultivated and supported

is that cultivated is (of a person) cultured, refined, educated while supported is held in position, especially from below.

Compatible vs Supported - What's the difference?

compatible | supported |


As adjectives the difference between compatible and supported

is that compatible is capable of easy interaction while supported is held in position, especially from below.

As a noun compatible

is something that is compatible with something else.

As a verb supported is

past tense of support.

Comforted vs Supported - What's the difference?

comforted | supported |


As verbs the difference between comforted and supported

is that comforted is (comfort) while supported is (support).

As an adjective supported is

held in position, especially from below.

Wikidiffcom vs Supported - What's the difference?

wikidiffcom | supported |


As an adjective supported is

held in position, especially from below.

As a verb supported is

(support).

Supported - What does it mean?

supported | |

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