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Chicken vs When - What's the difference?

chicken | when |


As a proper noun chicken

is a cdp in alaska.

As an adverb when is

(interrogative) (used to introduce questions about time).

As a conjunction when is

at what time.

As a pronoun when is

(interrogative) what time; which time.

As a noun when is

the time.

As an interjection when is

that's enough,.

When vs Dye - What's the difference?

when | dye |


As nouns the difference between when and dye

is that when is the time while dye is a colourant, especially one that has an affinity to the substrate to which it is applied or dye can be .

As an adverb when

is (interrogative) (used to introduce questions about time).

As a conjunction when

is at what time.

As a pronoun when

is (interrogative) what time; which time.

As an interjection when

is that's enough,.

As a verb dye is

to colour with dye.

When vs Awhile - What's the difference?

when | awhile |


As adverbs the difference between when and awhile

is that when is Used to introduce questions about time while awhile is for some time; for a short time.

As a conjunction when

is at what time.

As a pronoun when

is what time; which time.

As a noun when

is the time.

As an interjection when

is that's enough, a command to stop adding something, especially an ingredient of food or drink.

When vs When - What's the difference?

when | when |


In interrogative|lang=en terms the difference between when and when

is that when is (interrogative) what time; which time while when is (interrogative) what time; which time.

In non-gloss definition|used to introduce indirect questions about time terms the difference between when and when

is that when is (used to introduce indirect questions about time) while when is (used to introduce indirect questions about time).

As adverbs the difference between when and when

is that when is (interrogative) (used to introduce questions about time) while when is (interrogative) (used to introduce questions about time).

As conjunctions the difference between when and when

is that when is at what time while when is at what time.

As pronouns the difference between when and when

is that when is (interrogative) what time; which time while when is (interrogative) what time; which time.

As nouns the difference between when and when

is that when is the time while when is the time.

As interjections the difference between when and when

is that when is that's enough, while when is that's enough,.

Were vs When - What's the difference?

were | when |


As nouns the difference between were and when

is that were is man (human male), as in {{term|werewolf||man-wolf|lang=en}} while when is the time.

As a verb were

is form of Second-person singular simple past tense indicative|be|lang=en.

As an adverb when is

Used to introduce questions about time.

As a conjunction when is

at what time.

As a pronoun when is

what time; which time.

As an interjection when is

that's enough, a command to stop adding something, especially an ingredient of food or drink.

And vs When - What's the difference?

and | when |


As a proper noun and

is .

As an adverb when is

(interrogative) (used to introduce questions about time).

As a conjunction when is

at what time.

As a pronoun when is

(interrogative) what time; which time.

As a noun when is

the time.

As an interjection when is

that's enough,.

How vs When - What's the difference?

how | when |


As adverbs the difference between how and when

is that how is to what degree while when is (interrogative) (used to introduce questions about time).

As nouns the difference between how and when

is that how is the means by which something is accomplished or how can be (dialectal) an artificial barrow or tumulus while when is the time.

As conjunctions the difference between how and when

is that how is in which way; in such way while when is at what time.

As interjections the difference between how and when

is that how is while when is that's enough,.

As a pronoun when is

(interrogative) what time; which time.

One vs When - What's the difference?

one | when |


As pronouns the difference between one and when

is that one is (lb) one thing (among a group of others); one member of a group while when is (interrogative) what time; which time.

As nouns the difference between one and when

is that one is (mathematics) the neutral element with respect to multiplication in a while when is the time.

As a numeral one

is (cardinal) a numerical value equal to ; the first number in the set of natural numbers (especially in number theory); the cardinality of the smallest nonempty set ordinal: first.

As an adjective one

is of a period of time, being particular; as, one morning, one year.

As a verb one

is (obsolete|transitive) to cause to become one; to gather into a single whole; to unite.

As an adverb when is

(interrogative) (used to introduce questions about time).

As a conjunction when is

at what time.

As an interjection when is

that's enough,.

When vs Whensoever - What's the difference?

when | whensoever |


As adverbs the difference between when and whensoever

is that when is (interrogative) (used to introduce questions about time) while whensoever is whenever; at any time at all.

As a conjunction when

is at what time.

As a pronoun when

is (interrogative) what time; which time.

As a noun when

is the time.

As an interjection when

is that's enough,.

When vs Whole - What's the difference?

when | whole |


As adverbs the difference between when and whole

is that when is (interrogative) (used to introduce questions about time) while whole is (colloquial) in entirety; entirely; wholly.

As nouns the difference between when and whole

is that when is the time while whole is something complete, without any parts missing.

As a conjunction when

is at what time.

As a pronoun when

is (interrogative) what time; which time.

As an interjection when

is that's enough,.

As an adjective whole is

entire.

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