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Even vs. Event

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  • Even (adjective)

    Flat and level.

    "Clear out those rocks. The surface must be even."

  • Even (adjective)

    Without great variation.

    "Despite her fear, she spoke in an even voice."

  • Even (adjective)

    Equal in proportion, quantity, size, etc.

    "The distribution of food must be even."

  • Even (adjective)

    Divisible by two.

    "Four, fourteen and forty are even numbers."

  • Even (adjective)

    Convenient for rounding other numbers to; for example, ending in a zero.

  • Even (adjective)

    On equal monetary terms; neither owing nor being owed.

  • Even (adjective)

    On equal terms of a moral sort; quits.

    "You biffed me back at the barn, and I biffed you here—so now we're even."

  • Even (adjective)

    parallel; on a level; reaching the same limit.

  • Even (adjective)

    Without an irregularity, flaw, or blemish; pure.

  • Even (adjective)

    Associate; fellow; of the same condition.

  • Even (verb)

    To make flat and level.

    "We need to even this playing field; the west goal is too low."

  • Even (verb)

    To equal.

  • Even (verb)

    To be equal.

    "Thrice nine evens twenty seven."

  • Even (verb)

    To place in an equal state, as to obligation, or in a state in which nothing is due on either side; to balance, as accounts; to make quits.

  • Even (verb)

    To set right; to complete.

  • Even (verb)

    To act up to; to keep pace with.

  • Even (adverb)

    Exactly, just, fully.

    "I fulfilled my instructions even as I had promised."

    "You are leaving tonight? — Even so."

    "This is my commandment, that ye love one another, even as I have loved you."

  • Even (adverb)

    In reality; implying an extreme example in the case mentioned, as compared to the implied reality.

    "Even a blind squirrel finds an acorn sometimes."

    "Did you even make it through the front door?"

    "That was before I was even born."

  • Even (adverb)

    Emphasizing a comparative.

    "I was strong before, but now I am even stronger."

  • Even (adverb)

    Signalling a correction of one's previous utterance; rather, that is.

    "My favorite actor is Jack Nicklaus. Jack Nicholson, even."

  • Even (noun)

    An even number.

    "So let's see. There are two evens here and three odds."

  • Even (noun)

    Evening.

  • Event (noun)

    An occurrence; something that happens.

  • Event (noun)

    A prearranged social activity (function, etc.)

    "I went to an event in San Francisco last week."

    "Where will the event be held?"

  • Event (noun)

    One of several contests that combine to make up a competition.

  • Event (noun)

    An end result; an outcome (now chiefly in phrases).

    "In the event, he turned out to have what I needed anyway."

  • Event (noun)

    A point in spacetime having three spatial coordinates and one temporal coordinate.

  • Event (noun)

    A possible action that the user can perform that is monitored by an application or the operating system (event listener). When an event occurs an event handler is called which performs a specific task.

  • Event (noun)

    A set of some of the possible outcomes; a subset of the sample space.

    "If X is a random variable representing the toss of a six-sided die, then its sample space could be denoted as {1,2,3,4,5,6}. Examples of events could be: X = 1, X = 2, X \ge 5, X \not = 4, and X \isin \{1,3,5\}."

  • Event (noun)

    An affair in hand; business; enterprise.

  • Event (noun)

    An episode of severe health conditions.

  • Event (verb)

    To occur, take place.

  • Event (verb)

    To be emitted or breathed out; to evaporate.

  • Event (verb)

    To expose to the air, ventilate.

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  • Even (noun)

    Evening. See Eve, n. 1.

  • Even (adjective)

    Level, smooth, or equal in surface; not rough; free from irregularities; hence uniform in rate of motion of action; as, even ground; an even speed; an even course of conduct.

  • Even (adjective)

    Equable; not easily ruffled or disturbed; calm; uniformly self-possessed; as, an even temper.

  • Even (adjective)

    Parallel; on a level; reaching the same limit.

  • Even (adjective)

    Balanced; adjusted; fair; equitable; impartial; just to both sides; owing nothing on either side; - said of accounts, bargains, or persons indebted; as, our accounts are even; an even bargain.

  • Even (adjective)

    Without an irregularity, flaw, or blemish; pure.

  • Even (adjective)

    Associate; fellow; of the same condition.

  • Even (adjective)

    Not odd; capable of division by two without a remainder; - said of numbers; as, 4 and 10 are even numbers.

  • Even

    To make even or level; to level; to lay smooth.

  • Even

    To equal.

  • Even

    To place in an equal state, as to obligation, or in a state in which nothing is due on either side; to balance, as accounts; to make quits; to make equal; as, to even the score.

  • Even

    To set right; to complete.

  • Even

    To act up to; to keep pace with.

  • Even (verb)

    To be equal.

  • Even (adverb)

    In an equal or precisely similar manner; equally; precisely; just; likewise; as well.

  • Even (adverb)

    Up to, or down to, an unusual measure or level; so much as; fully; quite.

  • Even (adverb)

    As might not be expected; - serving to introduce what is unexpected or less expected.

  • Even (adverb)

    At the very time; in the very case.

  • Event (noun)

    That which comes, arrives, or happens; that which falls out; any incident, good or bad.

  • Event (noun)

    An affair in hand; business; enterprise.

  • Event (noun)

    The consequence of anything; the issue; conclusion; result; that in which an action, operation, or series of operations, terminates.

  • Event

    To break forth.

Webster Dictionary
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  • Even (verb)

    make level or straight;

    "level the ground"

  • Even (verb)

    become even or more even;

    "even out the surface"

  • Even (verb)

    make even or more even

  • Even (adjective)

    divisible by two

  • Even (adjective)

    equal in degree or extent or amount; or equally matched or balanced;

    "even amounts of butter and sugar"

    "on even terms"

    "it was a fifty-fifty (or even) split"

    "had a fifty-fifty (or even) chance"

    "an even fight"

  • Even (adjective)

    being level or straight or regular and without variation as e.g. in shape or texture; or being in the same plane or at the same height as something else (i.e. even with);

    "an even application of varnish"

    "an even floor"

    "the road was not very even"

    "the picture is even with the window"

  • Even (adjective)

    symmetrically arranged;

    "even features"

    "regular features"

    "a regular polygon"

  • Even (adjective)

    occurring at fixed intervals;

    "a regular beat"

    "the even rhythm of his breathing"

  • Even (adjective)

    of the score in a contest;

    "the score is tied"

  • Even (adverb)

    used as an intensive especially to indicate something unexpected;

    "even an idiot knows that"

    "declined even to consider the idea"

    "I don't have even a dollar!"

  • Even (adverb)

    in spite of; notwithstanding;

    "even when he is sick, he works"

    "even with his head start she caught up with him"

  • Even (adverb)

    to a greater degree or extent; used with comparisons;

    "looked sick and felt even worse"

    "an even (or still) more interesting problem"

    "still another problem must be solved"

    "a yet sadder tale"

  • Even (adverb)

    to the full extent;

    "loyal even unto death"

  • Event (noun)

    something that happens at a given place and time

  • Event (noun)

    a special set of circumstances;

    "in that event, the first possibility is excluded"

    "it may rain in which case the picnic will be canceled"

  • Event (noun)

    a phenomenon located at a single point in space-time; the fundamental observational entity in relativity theory

  • Event (noun)

    a phenomenon that follows and is caused by some previous phenomenon;

    "the magnetic effect was greater when the rod was lengthwise"

    "his decision had depressing consequences for business"

    "he acted very wise after the event"

Princeton's WordNet

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