Chassis vs Casing - What's the difference?

chassis | casing |


As nouns the difference between chassis and casing

is that chassis is while casing is that which encloses or encases.

As a verb casing is

.

chassis

Alternative forms

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Noun

(chassis)
  • A base frame, or movable railway, along which the carriage of a mounted gun moves backward and forward.
  • The base frame of a motor vehicle.
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  • A frame or housing containing electrical or mechanical equipment, such as on a computer.
  • (slang) A woman's buttocks.
  • casing

    English

    Noun

    (en noun)
  • That which encloses or encases.
  • Some people like to split the casing of a sausage before cooking so it doesn't burst. Others don't.
  • (uncountable, computing) The collective states of upper and lower case letters.
  • The replacement string should have the same casing as the matched text.

    Derived terms

    * sausage casing

    Verb

    (head)
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