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What is the difference between Spade and Spayed?

Asked by E. Reyes, Last updated: Oct 03, 2020

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I.Isabella

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Answered Apr 16, 2020

The word spade holds many different meanings and connotations. A spade is a tool that is similar to a shovel, which means it is mostly used for digging. There are a few tools that are also called spades. In kitchenware, there is a flat scoop used to pick up a large amount of ice cream at once.

The word spade holds many different meanings and connotations. A spade is a tool that is similar to
Spades are also one of the four card suits that look like a leaf more than a shovel. The term spayed is the past tense of the word spay, which means to sterilize a female animal by removing its' reproductive organs.

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