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Sass vs Bootstrap - What's the difference?

sass | bootstrap |

As nouns the difference between sass and bootstrap

is that sass is (us) sarcasm, backtalk, cheek while bootstrap is a loop (leather or other material) sewn at the side or top rear of a boot to help in pulling the boot on.

As verbs the difference between sass and bootstrap

is that sass is (us) to talk, to talk back while bootstrap is to help (oneself) without the aid of others.

sass

English

Noun

(-)
  • (US) sarcasm, backtalk, cheek.
  • *
  • “Say — if you give me much more of your sass I’ll take and bounce a rock off’n your head.”
  • *
  • “Looky here — mind how you talk to me; I’m a-standing about all I can stand now — so don’t gimme no sass .”

    Derived terms

    * sassy

    Verb

    (es)
  • (US) To talk, to talk back.
  • *
  • “The duke he begun to abuse him for an old fool, and the king begun to sass back, and the minute they was fairly at it I lit out and shook the reefs out of my hind legs, and spun down the river road like a deer, for I see our chance; and I made up my mind that it would be a long day before they ever see me and Jim again.”
  • *
  • “But, good land! what did he want to sass back for? You see, it couldn’t do him no good, and it was just nuts for them.”

    bootstrap

    Noun

    (en noun)
  • A loop (leather or other material) sewn at the side or top rear of a boot to help in pulling the boot on.
  • A means of advancing oneself or accomplishing something without aid.
  • ''He used his business experience as a bootstrap to win voters.
  • (computing) The process by which the operating system of a computer is loaded into its memory
  • (computing) The process necessary to compile the tools that will be used to compile the rest of the system or program.
  • (statistics) Any method or instance of estimating properties of an estimator (such as its variance) by measuring those properties when sampling from an approximating distribution.
  • Derived terms

    * pull oneself up by one's bootstraps

    See also

    *

    Verb

    (bootstrapp)
  • To help (oneself) without the aid of others.
  • ''Sam spent years bootstrapping himself through college.
  • (computing) To load the operating system into the memory of a computer. Usually shortened to boot .
  • (computing) To compile the tools that will be used to compile the rest of the system or program.
  • Bootstrapping means building the GNU C Library, GNU Compiler Collection and several other key system programs. [http://www.gentoo.org/doc/en/handbook/handbook-x86.xml?part=1&chap=6]