bink

Wikidiffcom vs Bink - What's the difference?

wikidiffcom | bink |


As a noun bink is

(uk|northern england|scotland|dialect) a bench.

Gink vs Bink - What's the difference?

gink | bink |


As nouns the difference between gink and bink

is that gink is a foolish or contemptible man while bink is (uk|northern england|scotland|dialect) a bench.

Bink vs Birk - What's the difference?

bink | birk |


As nouns the difference between bink and birk

is that bink is (uk|northern england|scotland|dialect) a bench while birk is (northern english) a birch tree cognate with scots birk.

Bing vs Bink - What's the difference?

bing | bink |


As a proper noun bing

is of (etyl) origin and unknown meaning or bing can be (internet) a search engine introduced by microsoft in 2009.

As a noun bink is

(uk|northern england|scotland|dialect) a bench.

Bink vs Tink - What's the difference?

bink | tink |


As nouns the difference between bink and tink

is that bink is (uk|northern england|scotland|dialect) a bench while tink is (dated) a sharp, quick sound; a tinkle.

As a verb tink is

to emit a high-pitched noise or tink can be (knitting|slang|transitive) to unknit.

Bink vs Bins - What's the difference?

bink | bins |


As nouns the difference between bink and bins

is that bink is (uk|northern england|scotland|dialect) a bench while bins is .

As a verb bins is

(bin).

Terms vs Bink - What's the difference?

terms | bink |


As nouns the difference between terms and bink

is that terms is while bink is (uk|northern england|scotland|dialect) a bench.

Boink vs Bink - What's the difference?

boink | bink |


As nouns the difference between boink and bink

is that boink is (computing|slang) a real-world social gathering of computer users while bink is (uk|northern england|scotland|dialect) a bench.

As a verb boink

is .

Bink vs Brink - What's the difference?

bink | brink |


As nouns the difference between bink and brink

is that bink is (uk|northern england|scotland|dialect) a bench while brink is the edge, margin, or border of a steep place, as of a precipice; a bank or edge, as of a river or pit; a verge; a border; as, the brink of a chasm also used figuratively.

Blink vs Bink - What's the difference?

blink | bink |


As nouns the difference between blink and bink

is that blink is the act of very quickly closing both eyes and opening them again while bink is (uk|northern england|scotland|dialect) a bench.

As a verb blink

is to close and reopen both eyes quickly.

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