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Characteristics vs Features

Characteristics vs Features
Features are used to describe physical attribute of something or someone, such as describing the face, shape, body, etc. Characteristics have more to do with character and behavior. They tend to refer to how...

Break vs Brake

Break vs Brake
The most popular definition of break is to separate something into multiple pieces using force. The most popular definition of a brake is the noun, which is the mechanism in a car that allows it to slow down...

Premise vs Hypothesis vs Supposition

Premise vs Hypothesis vs Supposition
A premise is an assumption or a condition that one thinks is true. A hypothesis is a statement or idea that needs to be tested in order to be proved. A supposition an idea that is considered to be true, but it...

Mandatory vs Indispensable

Mandatory vs Indispensable
Mandatory means something that has been handed down in a mandate or has been commanded. Indispensable means something that is important and cannot be ignored or is necessary. Mandatory is backed by laws or...

Capital vs Capitol

Capital vs Capitol
The word Capital actually has a few different meanings including a place where the country’s major legal decisions take place, uppercase letters in grammar, punishments that include execution, and something...

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