treated

Treated vs False - What's the difference?

treated | false |


As a verb treated

is (treat).

As an adjective false is

(label) one of two states of a boolean variable; logic.

Treat vs Treated - What's the difference?

treat | treated |


As verbs the difference between treat and treated

is that treat is to negotiate, discuss terms, bargain (for'' or ''with ) while treated is (treat).

As a noun treat

is an entertainment, outing, or other indulgence provided by someone for the enjoyment of others.

Treated vs Treatable - What's the difference?

treated | treatable |


As a verb treated

is (treat).

As an adjective treatable is

able to be treated; not incurable or intractable.

Treated vs Applied - What's the difference?

treated | applied |


As verbs the difference between treated and applied

is that treated is (treat) while applied is (apply).

As an adjective applied is

put into practical use.

Treated vs Proved - What's the difference?

treated | proved |


As verbs the difference between treated and proved

is that treated is (treat) while proved is (prove).

Treated vs Processed - What's the difference?

treated | processed |


As verbs the difference between treated and processed

is that treated is (treat) while processed is (process).

As an adjective processed is

that has completed a required process.

Treated vs Cored - What's the difference?

treated | cored |


As verbs the difference between treated and cored

is that treated is (treat) while cored is (core).

Treated vs Sour - What's the difference?

treated | sour |


As verbs the difference between treated and sour

is that treated is (treat) while sour is (label) to make sour.

As an adjective sour is

having an acidic, sharp or tangy taste.

As a noun sour is

the sensation of a sour taste.

Treated - What does it mean?

treated | |

Treatment vs Treated - What's the difference?

treatment | treated |


As a noun treatment

is the process or manner of treating someone or something.

As a verb treated is

(treat).

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