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And vs Or

And vs Or
Both ‘and’ and ‘or’ are conjunctions and hence are often used in a similar context. ‘And’ is a type of coordinating conjunction and is commonly used to indicate a dependent relationship. Here, the two clauses...

Ad vs Add

Ad vs Add
Even though Ad and Add look and sound very similar, in fact, they are almost exactly the same, in reality though they are two completely different words with completely different meanings. Ad refers to...

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...

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...

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