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Location vs. Vocation

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Main Difference

The main difference between Location and Vocation is that the Location is a point or an area on the Earth's surface or elsewhere and Vocation is a occupation to which a person is specially drawn or for which he or she is suited, trained, or qualified

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  • Location (noun)

    A particular point or place in physical space.

  • Location (noun)

    An act of locating.

  • Location (noun)

    An apartheid-era urban area populated by non-white people; township.

  • Location (noun)

    A leasing on rent.

  • Location (noun)

    A contract for the use of a thing, or service of a person, for hire.

  • Location (noun)

    The marking out of the boundaries, or identifying the place or site of, a piece of land, according to the description given in an entry, plan, map, etc.

  • Vocation (noun)

    An inclination to undertake a certain kind of work, especially a religious career; often in response to a perceived summons; a calling.

  • Vocation (noun)

    An occupation for which a person is suited, trained or qualified.

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  • Location (noun)

    a particular place or position

    "the property is set in a convenient location"

  • Location (noun)

    an actual place or natural setting in which a film or broadcast is made, as distinct from a simulation in a studio

    "the movie was filmed entirely on location"

  • Location (noun)

    the action of locating someone or something

    "the location of new housing beyond the existing built-up areas"

  • Location (noun)

    a position or address in computer memory.

  • Location (noun)

    an area where black South Africans were obliged by apartheid laws to live, usually on the outskirts of a town or city. The term was later replaced by township.

  • Vocation (noun)

    a strong feeling of suitability for a particular career or occupation

    "not all of us have a vocation to be nurses or doctors"

  • Vocation (noun)

    a person's employment or main occupation, especially regarded as worthy and requiring dedication

    "her vocation as a poet"

  • Vocation (noun)

    a trade or profession

    "GNVQs in Leisure and Tourism will be the introduction to a wide span of vocations"

Oxford Dictionary
  • Location (noun)

    The act or process of locating.

  • Location (noun)

    Situation; place; locality.

  • Location (noun)

    That which is located; a tract of land designated in place.

  • Location (noun)

    A leasing on rent.

  • Vocation (noun)

    A call; a summons; a citation; especially, a designation or appointment to a particular state, business, or profession.

  • Vocation (noun)

    Destined or appropriate employment; calling; occupation; trade; business; profession.

  • Vocation (noun)

    A calling by the will of God.

  • Vocation (noun)

    The bestowment of God's distinguishing grace upon a person or nation, by which that person or nation is put in the way of salvation; as, the vocation of the Jews under the old dispensation, and of the Gentiles under the gospel.

  • Vocation (noun)

    A call to special religious work, as to the ministry.

Webster Dictionary
  • Location (noun)

    a point or extent in space

  • Location (noun)

    the act of putting something in a certain place or location

  • Location (noun)

    a determination of the location of something;

    "he got a good fix on the target"

  • Vocation (noun)

    the particular occupation for which you are trained

  • Vocation (noun)

    a body of people doing the same kind of work

Princeton's WordNet

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