hitchment

Hitchment vs Hatchment - What's the difference?

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As nouns the difference between hitchment and hatchment

is that hitchment is (shipping) the marrying of two or more portions of one shipment that originate at different locations, moving under one bill of lading, from one shipper to one consignee while hatchment is (heraldry) an escutcheon of a deceased person, placed within a black lozenge and hung on a wall.

Consignee vs Hitchment - What's the difference?

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As an adjective consignee

is .

As a noun hitchment is

(shipping) the marrying of two or more portions of one shipment that originate at different locations, moving under one bill of lading, from one shipper to one consignee.

Shipper vs Hitchment - What's the difference?

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As nouns the difference between shipper and hitchment

is that shipper is (archaic) a seaman; mariner; skipper or shipper can be (fandom slang) one involved in shipping (fan fiction based on romantic relationships between characters) while hitchment is (shipping) the marrying of two or more portions of one shipment that originate at different locations, moving under one bill of lading, from one shipper to one consignee.

Shipment vs Hitchment - What's the difference?

shipment | hitchment |


As nouns the difference between shipment and hitchment

is that shipment is a load of goods that is transported by any method (not just by ship) while hitchment is (shipping) the marrying of two or more portions of one shipment that originate at different locations, moving under one bill of lading, from one shipper to one consignee.