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Lego vs Toy - What's the difference?

lego | toy |


As a verb lego

is .

As a proper noun toy is

.

Buy vs Toy - What's the difference?

buy | toy |


As a verb buy

is to obtain (something) in exchange for money or goods.

As a noun buy

is something which is bought; a purchase.

As a proper noun toy is

.

Apple vs Toy - What's the difference?

apple | toy |


As proper nouns the difference between apple and toy

is that apple is a nickname for new york city, usually “the big apple” while toy is .

Joke vs Toy - What's the difference?

joke | toy |


As nouns the difference between joke and toy

is that joke is an amusing story while toy is something to play with, especially as intended for use by a child.

As verbs the difference between joke and toy

is that joke is to do or say something for amusement rather than seriously while toy is to play (with).

Dad vs Toy - What's the difference?

dad | toy |


As a noun dad

is act.

As a proper noun toy is

.

Way vs Toy - What's the difference?

way | toy |


In obsolete terms the difference between way and toy

is that way is to travel while toy is an old story; a silly tale.

As an interjection way

is it is true.

As an adverb way

is much.

As a proper noun Way

is christianity in translations of texts from the 1st century AD, notably the Acts of the Apostles.

Toy vs Toy - What's the difference?

toy | toy |


In given name|male|lang=tr terms the difference between toy and toy

is that toy is while toy is .

As proper nouns the difference between toy and toy

is that toy is while toy is .

Gizmo vs Toy - What's the difference?

gizmo | toy |


As a noun gizmo

is a nonsensical placeholder name for something, generally a device, that one does not know the proper term for; gadget; whatchamacallit; thingamajig.

As a proper noun toy is

.

Toy vs Mock - What's the difference?

toy | mock |


As nouns the difference between toy and mock

is that toy is something to play with, especially as intended for use by a child while mock is an imitation, usually of lesser quality.

As verbs the difference between toy and mock

is that toy is to play (with) while mock is to mimic, to simulate.

As an adjective mock is

imitation, not genuine; fake.

Baby vs Toy - What's the difference?

baby | toy |


As a noun baby

is baby (infant).

As a proper noun toy is

.

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