rehat

Behat vs Rehat - What's the difference?

behat | rehat |


As verbs the difference between behat and rehat

is that behat is (rare|transitive) to place a hat (upon someone's head) while rehat is (military) to redeploy troops with different hats, uniforms, etc.

Reheat vs Rehat - What's the difference?

reheat | rehat |


As verbs the difference between reheat and rehat

is that reheat is to heat something after it has cooled off, especially previously cooked food while rehat is (military) to redeploy troops with different hats, uniforms, etc.

As a noun reheat

is (aeronautics|chiefly|british) an afterburner.

Resat vs Rehat - What's the difference?

resat | rehat |


As verbs the difference between resat and rehat

is that resat is (resit) while rehat is (military) to redeploy troops with different hats, uniforms, etc.

Rehat vs Repat - What's the difference?

rehat | repat |


As a verb rehat

is (military) to redeploy troops with different hats, uniforms, etc.

As a noun repat is

(informal) a repatriate.

Rehab vs Rehat - What's the difference?

rehab | rehat |


As verbs the difference between rehab and rehat

is that rehab is to rehabilitate while rehat is (military) to redeploy troops with different hats, uniforms, etc.

As a noun rehab

is an act of rehabilitation, especially to treat the use of recreational drugs.

Uniform vs Rehat - What's the difference?

uniform | rehat |


As a symbol uniform

is the letter u in the icao spelling alphabet.

As a verb rehat is

(military) to redeploy troops with different hats, uniforms, etc.

Hat vs Rehat - What's the difference?

hat | rehat |


As verbs the difference between hat and rehat

is that hat is has while rehat is (military) to redeploy troops with different hats, uniforms, etc.

Troop vs Rehat - What's the difference?

troop | rehat |


In military|lang=en terms the difference between troop and rehat

is that troop is (military) a small unit of cavalry or armour commanded by a captain, corresponding to a platoon or company of infantry while rehat is (military) to redeploy troops with different hats, uniforms, etc.

As verbs the difference between troop and rehat

is that troop is to move in numbers; to come or gather in crowds or troops while rehat is (military) to redeploy troops with different hats, uniforms, etc.

As a noun troop

is a collection of people; a company; a number; a multitude.

Redeploy vs Rehat - What's the difference?

redeploy | rehat |


As verbs the difference between redeploy and rehat

is that redeploy is to deploy again while rehat is (military) to redeploy troops with different hats, uniforms, etc.