Definitions

Access vs Excess

Access vs Excess
According to the Oxford Dictionaries, Access is defined as “The means or opportunity to approach or enter a place”. It refers to the ability of a person to approach a person or a place, to be able to have...

Born vs Borne

Born vs Borne
The primary difference between them is that borne is the past tense and past principle of bear. It is used in all past contexts of bear, other than anything that is related to birth. In short, born is to be...

Despatch vs Dispatch

Despatch vs Dispatch
‘Despatch’ is believed to have come from the Spanish word ‘despachar’, meaning “to send quickly” and ‘dispatch’ is believed to have evolved from Italian word ‘dispacciare’, meaning “to dispatch”. There is no...

Demonstrate vs Illustrate

Demonstrate vs Illustrate
Illustrates uses images, additional text, pictures and diagrams in order to elaborate on something. On the other hand, demonstrate explains via actions.

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