Hypernyms

Benzimidazole vs Pantoprazole - What's the difference?

benzimidazole | pantoprazole | Hypernyms |

Benzimidazole is a hypernym of pantoprazole.


As nouns the difference between benzimidazole and pantoprazole

is that benzimidazole is (organic compound) a bicyclic heterocycle containing a benzene ring fused to that of imidazole; it is used as a pesticide while pantoprazole is a proton pump inhibitor drug, used for treatment of erosion and ulceration of esophagus caused by gastroesophageal reflux disease.

Unthink vs Undream - What's the difference?

unthink | undream | Hypernyms |

Unthink is a hypernym of undream.


As verbs the difference between unthink and undream

is that unthink is (intransitive) to undo the process of thinking while undream is to dismiss from the imagination as though never dreamed.

Chlamydiosis vs Trachoma - What's the difference?

chlamydiosis | trachoma | Hypernyms |

Chlamydiosis is a hypernym of trachoma.


As nouns the difference between chlamydiosis and trachoma

is that chlamydiosis is (disease) infection by bacteria of the genus chlamydia while trachoma is (medicine) an infectious disease of the eyelid caused by the bacterium.

Secretagogue vs Glibenclamide - What's the difference?

secretagogue | glibenclamide | Hypernyms |

Secretagogue is a hypernym of glibenclamide.


As nouns the difference between secretagogue and glibenclamide

is that secretagogue is a substance (such as a hormone) that stimulates secretion while glibenclamide is (medicine) an oral anti-diabetes medication.

Diner vs Breakfaster - What's the difference?

diner | breakfaster | Hypernyms |

Diner is a hypernym of breakfaster.


As nouns the difference between diner and breakfaster

is that diner is dinner, evening meal while breakfaster is one eating breakfast.

As a verb diner

is to dine.

Subheading vs Subheadline - What's the difference?

subheading | subheadline | Hypernyms |

Subheading is a hypernym of subheadline.


As nouns the difference between subheading and subheadline

is that subheading is any of the headings under which each of the main divisions of a subject may be subdivided while subheadline is a smaller, secondary headline that usually elaborates on the main headline above it.

Subhead vs Subheadline - What's the difference?

subhead | subheadline | Hypernyms |

Subhead is a hypernym of subheadline.


As nouns the difference between subhead and subheadline

is that subhead is a subheading or subtitle while subheadline is a smaller, secondary headline that usually elaborates on the main headline above it.

Secretagogue vs Sulfonylurea - What's the difference?

secretagogue | sulfonylurea | Hypernyms |

Secretagogue is a hypernym of sulfonylurea.


As nouns the difference between secretagogue and sulfonylurea

is that secretagogue is a substance (such as a hormone) that stimulates secretion while sulfonylurea is any of a class of antidiabetic drugs that act by increasing insulin release from the beta cells in the pancreas.

Edible vs Snackable - What's the difference?

edible | snackable | Hypernyms |

Edible is a hypernym of snackable.


As adjectives the difference between edible and snackable

is that edible is that can be eaten without harm; innocuous to humans; suitable for consumption while snackable is (informal) suitable for snacking upon.

As a noun edible

is anything edible.

Eatable vs Snackable - What's the difference?

eatable | snackable | Hypernyms |

Eatable is a hypernym of snackable.


As adjectives the difference between eatable and snackable

is that eatable is able to be eaten; edible while snackable is (informal) suitable for snacking upon.

As a noun eatable

is (mostly|in the plural) anything edible; food.

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