armada

Patrol vs Armada - What's the difference?

patrol | armada |


As nouns the difference between patrol and armada

is that patrol is (military) a going of the rounds along the chain of sentinels and between the posts, by a guard, usually consisting of three or four men, to insure greater security from attacks on the outposts while armada is army.

As a verb patrol

is to go the rounds along a chain of sentinels; to traverse a police district or beat.

Caravel vs Armada - What's the difference?

caravel | armada |


As nouns the difference between caravel and armada

is that caravel is (nautical) a light, usually lateen-rigged sailing ship used by the portuguese, as well as spanish, for about 300 years, beginning in the fifteenth century, first for trade and later for voyages of exploration while armada is army.

Argosy vs Armada - What's the difference?

argosy | armada |


As a proper noun argosy

is (popular anglicism of) the.

As a noun armada is

army.

Armada vs Brood - What's the difference?

armada | brood |


As nouns the difference between armada and brood

is that armada is army while brood is .

Armada vs Escadrille - What's the difference?

armada | escadrille | Synonyms |

Armada is a synonym of escadrille.


As nouns the difference between armada and escadrille

is that armada is army while escadrille is a small squadron.

Armada vs Armado - What's the difference?

armada | armado |


As nouns the difference between armada and armado

is that armada is army while armado is .

Armada vs Ramada - What's the difference?

armada | ramada |


As nouns the difference between armada and ramada

is that armada is army while ramada is ramadan.

Flotilla vs Armada - What's the difference?

flotilla | armada |


As nouns the difference between flotilla and armada

is that flotilla is (nautical) a small fleet of warships (usually of the same class), or a fleet of small ships while armada is a fleet of warships, especially with reference to the spanish armada.

Vessel vs Armada - What's the difference?

vessel | armada |


As nouns the difference between vessel and armada

is that vessel is (nautical) any craft designed for transportation on water, such as a ship or boat while armada is a fleet of warships, especially with reference to the spanish armada.

As a verb vessel

is (obsolete|transitive) to put into a vessel.

Military vs Armada - What's the difference?

military | armada |


As nouns the difference between military and armada

is that military is armed forces while armada is a fleet of warships, especially with reference to the spanish armada.

As an adjective military

is characteristic of members of the armed forces.

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