barracks

Barracks vs Garrison - What's the difference?

barracks | garrison |


As a noun barracks

is .

As a verb barracks

is (barrack).

As a proper noun garrison is

.

Post vs Barracks - What's the difference?

post | barracks |


As nouns the difference between post and barracks

is that post is a long dowel or plank protruding from the ground; a fence post; a light post or post can be (obsolete) each of a series of men stationed at specific places along a postroad, with responsibility for relaying letters and dispatches of the monarch (and later others) along the route or post can be an assigned station; a guard post while barracks is .

As verbs the difference between post and barracks

is that post is to hang (a notice) in a conspicuous manner for general review or post can be to send an item of mail or post can be to enter (a name) on a list, as for service, promotion, etc while barracks is (barrack).

As an adverb post

is with the post, on post-horses; express, with speed, quickly.

As a preposition post

is after; especially after a significant event that has long-term ramifications.

Barracks vs Battalion - What's the difference?

barracks | battalion |


As nouns the difference between barracks and battalion

is that barracks is while battalion is (military) an army unit having two or more companies, etc and a headquarters traditionally forming part of a regiment.

As verbs the difference between barracks and battalion

is that barracks is (barrack) while battalion is to form into battalions.

Bunkhouse vs Barracks - What's the difference?

bunkhouse | barracks |


As nouns the difference between bunkhouse and barracks

is that bunkhouse is a building providing sleeping quarters for workers, especially in a rural setting while barracks is .

As a verb barracks is

(barrack).

Barracks vs Billets - What's the difference?

barracks | billets |


As nouns the difference between barracks and billets

is that barracks is while billets is .

As verbs the difference between barracks and billets

is that barracks is (barrack) while billets is (billet).

Billet vs Barracks - What's the difference?

billet | barracks |


As nouns the difference between billet and barracks

is that billet is a short informal letter or billet can be a place where a soldier is assigned to lodge or billet can be metallurgy a semi-finished length of metal while barracks is .

As verbs the difference between billet and barracks

is that billet is to lodge soldiers, usually by order while barracks is (barrack).

Barracks vs Seabase - What's the difference?

barracks | seabase |


As nouns the difference between barracks and seabase

is that barracks is while seabase is a collection of support and supply ships supporting operations elsewhere, that can function as a floating barracks, hospital and base.

As a verb barracks

is (barrack).

Barracks vs Dayroom - What's the difference?

barracks | dayroom |


As nouns the difference between barracks and dayroom

is that barracks is while dayroom is a common room in a barracks or dormitory intended for the inhabitants thereof to mingle in and socialize in.

As a verb barracks

is (barrack).

Housing vs Barracks - What's the difference?

housing | barracks |


As verbs the difference between housing and barracks

is that housing is while barracks is (barrack).

As nouns the difference between housing and barracks

is that housing is (uncountable) the activity of enclosing something or providing a residence for someone while barracks is .

Personnel vs Barracks - What's the difference?

personnel | barracks |


As nouns the difference between personnel and barracks

is that personnel is employees; office staff while barracks is .

As a verb barracks is

(barrack).

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