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Cheque vs Check

Cheque vs Check
Both Cheque and Check are a type of document that is commonly used in Banking. Its primary purpose is to tell the bank to withdraw the amount from the drawer's account and to pay that amount to the payee...

Analyse vs Analyze

Analyse vs Analyze
Analyse is primarily used in UK language, whereas Analyze is used in US English. The terms themselves are the same. In both instances, the words mean the same, i.e. to “examine (something) methodically and in...

Attorney vs Solicitor

Attorney vs Solicitor
Both an attorney and solicitor are types of lawyers. The term attorney tends to refer to a person who tends to act on behalf on someone else, especially in business or legal matters. A solicitor is a person of...

Apartment vs Flat

Apartment vs Flat
The primary difference between an apartment and a flat is that the term ‘apartment’ is mostly used in American English, whereas ‘flat’ is used in UK or British English. Both indicate a set of rooms that are on...

Revenge vs Vengeance

Revenge vs Vengeance
In terms of context, revenge is more personal, while the use of the term vengeance implies justice and honor. Vengeance implies righteousness, whereas revenge is dirty, vile or cheap depending on the situation...

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