Derived terms

What is the difference between freeball and free?

freeball | free | Derived terms |

Freeball is a derived term of free.


As verbs the difference between freeball and free

is that freeball is {{context|slang|lang=en}} to wear trousers, but not underwear while free is {{context|transitive|lang=en}} to make free; set at liberty; release; rid of that which confines, limits, embarrasses, or oppresses.

As a adjective free is

not imprisoned or enslaved.

As a adverb free is

without needing to pay.

As a noun free is

{{context|australian rules football|gaelic football|lang=en}} abbreviation of free kick.

What is the difference between translationary and dictionary?

translationary | dictionary | Derived terms |

Translationary is a derived term of dictionary.


As a adjective translationary

is pertaining to the translation of language.

As a noun dictionary is

a reference work with a list of words from one or more languages, normally ordered alphabetically and explaining each word's meaning and sometimes containing information on its etymology, usage, translations{{,}} and other data.

As a verb dictionary is

(label) to look up in a dictionary.

What is the difference between subdictionary and dictionary?

subdictionary | dictionary | Derived terms |

Subdictionary is a derived term of dictionary.


As nouns the difference between subdictionary and dictionary

is that subdictionary is a subset of a dictionary while dictionary is a reference work with a list of words from one or more languages, normally ordered alphabetically and explaining each word's meaning and sometimes containing information on its etymology, usage, translations{{,}} and other data.

As a verb dictionary is

(label) to look up in a dictionary.

What is the difference between pictionary and dictionary?

pictionary | dictionary | Derived terms |

Pictionary is a derived term of dictionary.

What is the difference between by and bypass?

by | bypass | Derived terms |

Bypass is a derived term of by.


As nouns the difference between by and bypass

is that by is {{context|card games|lang=en}} a pass while bypass is a road that passes around something, such as a residential area.

As a preposition by

is near or next to.

As a adverb by

is along a path which runs by the speaker.

As a adjective by

is out of the way, subsidiary.

As a interjection by

is (bye).

As a verb bypass is

to avoid an obstacle etc, by constructing or using a bypass.

What is the difference between daystar and day?

daystar | day | Derived terms |

Daystar is a derived term of day.


As nouns the difference between daystar and day

is that daystar is the morning star; the planet venus while day is any period of 24 hours.

As a verb day is

{{context|rare|lang=en}} to spend a day (in a place).

What is the difference between mayhaw and may?

mayhaw | may | Derived terms |

Mayhaw is a derived term of may.

What is the difference between human and hr?

human | hr | Derived terms |

Hr is a derived term of human.


As a adjective human

is {{context|notcomp|lang=en}} of or belonging to the species homo sapiens or its closest relatives.

As a noun human

is a human being, whether man, woman or child.

What is the difference between box and jukebox?

box | jukebox | Derived terms |

Jukebox is a derived term of box.


As nouns the difference between box and jukebox

is that box is a [[cuboid#adjective|cuboid]] space; a container, usually with a hinged lid or box can be any of various evergreen shrubs or trees of the genus buxus or box can be a blow with the fist while jukebox is a coin-operated machine that plays recorded music; it has push-buttons to make selections.

As a verb box

is {{context|transitive|lang=en}} to place inside a box; to pack in boxes or box can be {{context|transitive|lang=en}} to strike with the fists.

What is the difference between actor and act?

actor | act | Derived terms |

Actor is a derived term of act.

Act is a related term of actor.


As nouns the difference between actor and act

is that actor is a person who performs in a theatrical play or film while act is {{context|countable|lang=en}} something done, a deed.

As a verb act is

{{context|intransitive|lang=en}} to do something.

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