What is the difference between Vest and Best?

What is the difference between Vest and Best? :

Vest : (noun)

( 1 ) Garment worn under a shirt next to the skin

He wears cotton vests.

Please wear vest before you wear shirts.

( 2 ) Special usually sleeveless garment covering the upper part of the body

The Prime Minister wears a bullet-proof vest.

Vest : (verb)

( 1 ) Give something as a firm or legal right to someone / something

Confer something one / some / something

Authority is vested in the people.

Parliament is vested with the power of making news.

Best : (adjective)

( 1 ) Of the most excellent, desirable, suitable, etc… - kind

Who is your best friend?

That was the best dinner I have ever had.

What is the best way to get there?

He is the best man for this job.

Best : (adverb)

( 1 ) In the most excellent manner

This is the best kept garden in the town.

She is the person best able to cope with the task. Do as you think best.

He works best in the morning.

Who is the best dressed politician?

( 2 ) To the greatest degree – most

Who is the best loved politician in the country?

He is the best-known lawyer in this country.

I enjoyed her first novel best of all.

Best : (noun)

( 1 ) That which is best – outstanding thing or person among the several

She wants the best of everything.

He is acting from the best of motives.

We are the best of friends.

He is among the best of our workers.

( 2 ) Most important advantage or aspect of something

That is the best of having a car.

The best we can hope for is that nobody gets killed.

Best : (verb)

( 1 ) Defeat someone – outwit

He was bested in the debate.

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