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Dose vs Term - What's the difference?

dose | term | Related terms |

Dose is a related term of term.


As nouns the difference between dose and term

is that dose is sow (female pig) while term is term.

Designate vs Term - What's the difference?

designate | term | Synonyms |

Designate is a synonym of term.


As an adjective designate

is designated; appointed; chosen.

As a verb designate

is to mark out and make known; to point out; to name; to indicate; to show; to distinguish by marks or description; to specify; as, to designate the boundaries of a country; to designate the rioters who are to be arrested.

As a noun term is

term.

Term vs Label - What's the difference?

term | label | Related terms |

Term is a related term of label.


As nouns the difference between term and label

is that term is term while label is a small ticket or sign giving information about something to which it is attached or intended to be attached.

As a verb label is

to put a label (a ticket or sign) on (something).

Cognomen vs Term - What's the difference?

cognomen | term | Related terms |

Cognomen is a related term of term.


As nouns the difference between cognomen and term

is that cognomen is surname while term is term.

Pinpoint vs Term - What's the difference?

pinpoint | term | Related terms |

Pinpoint is a related term of term.


As nouns the difference between pinpoint and term

is that pinpoint is the point of a pin while term is term.

As an adjective pinpoint

is extremely precise or specific, especially regarding location.

As a verb pinpoint

is to identify or locate precisely or with great accuracy.

Term vs Band - What's the difference?

term | band |


As nouns the difference between term and band

is that term is term while band is tape.

Term vs Rzya - What's the difference?

term | rzya |

Spell vs Term - What's the difference?

spell | term | Related terms |

Spell is a related term of term.


As nouns the difference between spell and term

is that spell is (obsolete) speech, discourse or spell can be (dialectal) a splinter, usually of wood; a spelk or spell can be a shift (of work); a set of workers responsible for a specific turn of labour while term is term.

As a verb spell

is (obsolete) to speak, to declaim or spell can be (obsolete) to read (something) as though letter by letter; to peruse slowly or with effort or spell can be to work in place of (someone).

Continuance vs Term - What's the difference?

continuance | term | Related terms |

Continuance is a related term of term.


As nouns the difference between continuance and term

is that continuance is (uncountable) the action of continuing while term is term.

Proviso vs Term - What's the difference?

proviso | term | Related terms |

Proviso is a related term of term.


As nouns the difference between proviso and term

is that proviso is a conditional provision to an agreement while term is term.

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