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What is the difference between establishment and antidisestablishmentarianism?

establishment | antidisestablishmentarianism | Related terms |

Establishment is a related term of antidisestablishmentarianism.


As nouns the difference between establishment and antidisestablishmentarianism

is that establishment is the act of establishing; a ratifying or ordaining; settlement; confirmation while antidisestablishmentarianism is a political philosophy opposed to the separation of a religious group ("church") and a government ("state"), especially the belief held by those in 19th century england opposed to separating the anglican church from the civil government or to refer to separation of church and state {{defdate|from 20th c}}.

What is the difference between sesquipedian and sesquipedalianism?

sesquipedian | sesquipedalianism | Related terms |

Sesquipedian is a related term of sesquipedalianism.

What is the difference between sesquipedal and sesquipedalianism?

sesquipedal | sesquipedalianism | Related terms |

Sesquipedal is a related term of sesquipedalianism.


As a adjective sesquipedal

is measuring or containing a foot and a half.

As a noun sesquipedalianism is

{{context|uncountable|lang=en}} the practice of using long, sometimes obscure, words in speech or writing.

What is the difference between act and agency?

act | agency | Related terms |

Act is a related term of agency.

Agency is a related term of act.


As nouns the difference between act and agency

is that act is {{context|countable|lang=en}} something done, a deed while agency is the faculty of acting or of exerting power; the state of being in action; action; instrumentality.

As a verb act

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

What is the difference between producer and product?

producer | product | Related terms |

Producer is a related term of product.


As nouns the difference between producer and product

is that producer is {{context|economics|lang=en}} an individual or organization that creates goods and services while product is {{context|countable|uncountable|lang=en}} a commodity offered for sale.

What is the difference between merchantable and merchandise?

merchantable | merchandise | Related terms |

Merchantable is a related term of merchandise.


As a adjective merchantable

is fit for market; such as is usually sold in market, or such as will bring the ordinary price; as, merchantable wheat; sometimes, a technical designation for a particular kind or class.

As a noun merchandise is

{{context|uncountable|lang=en}} commodities offered for sale.

As a verb merchandise is

{{context|intransitive|archaic|lang=en}} to engage in trade; to carry on commerce.

What is the difference between merchant and merchandise?

merchant | merchandise | Related terms |

Merchandise is a related term of merchant.

Merchant is a related term of merchandise.


As nouns the difference between merchant and merchandise

is that merchant is a person who traffics in commodities for profit while merchandise is {{context|uncountable|lang=en}} commodities offered for sale.

As verbs the difference between merchant and merchandise

is that merchant is as a resident of a region, to buy goods from a non-resident and sell them to another non-resident while merchandise is {{context|intransitive|archaic|lang=en}} to engage in trade; to carry on commerce.

What is the difference between substance and substantive?

substance | substantive | Related terms |

Substantive is a related term of substance.


As nouns the difference between substance and substantive

is that substance is physical matter; material while substantive is {{context|grammar|lang=en}} a word that names or refers to a person, place, thing, or idea nouns and personal pronouns are always substantives by nature.

As a adjective substantive is

of the essence or essential element of a thing; as, "substantive information".

What is the difference between oligosemic and polysemic?

oligosemic | polysemic | Related terms |

Oligosemic is a related term of polysemic.


As a adjective polysemic is

{{context|linguistics|lang=en}} having a number of meanings, interpretations or understandings.

What is the difference between polyseme and polysemic?

polyseme | polysemic | Related terms |

Polysemic is a related term of polyseme.

Polyseme is a related term of polysemic.


In context|linguistics|lang=en terms the difference between polyseme and polysemic

is that polyseme is {{context|linguistics|lang=en}} having multiple meanings while polysemic is {{context|linguistics|lang=en}} having a number of meanings, interpretations or understandings.

As adjectives the difference between polyseme and polysemic

is that polyseme is {{context|linguistics|lang=en}} having multiple meanings while polysemic is {{context|linguistics|lang=en}} having a number of meanings, interpretations or understandings.

As a noun polyseme

is {{context|linguistics|lang=en}} a word or phrase that has multiple meanings.

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