bionic

Bionic vs Covalent - What's the difference?

bionic | covalent |


As adjectives the difference between bionic and covalent

is that bionic is (not comparable) related to bionics while covalent is (chemistry) containing or characterized by a covalent bond.

Bionic vs Artificial - What's the difference?

bionic | artificial |


As adjectives the difference between bionic and artificial

is that bionic is (not comparable) related to bionics while artificial is man-made; of artifice.

Property vs Bionic - What's the difference?

property | bionic |


As a noun property

is something that is owned.

As a verb property

is (obsolete) to invest with properties, or qualities.

As an adjective bionic is

(not comparable) related to bionics.

Bionic vs Robocall - What's the difference?

bionic | robocall |


As an adjective bionic

is (not comparable) related to bionics.

As a noun robocall is

(north america|pejorative) an automated telemarketing phone call that uses both an autodialer and a recorded message.

As a verb robocall is

(north america|pejorative) to make robocalls.

Trusty vs Bionic - What's the difference?

trusty | bionic |


As adjectives the difference between trusty and bionic

is that trusty is reliable or trustworthy while bionic is (not comparable) related to bionics.

As a noun trusty

is a trusted person, especially a prisoner who has been granted special privileges.

Xenial vs Bionic - What's the difference?

xenial | bionic |


As adjectives the difference between xenial and bionic

is that xenial is hospitable, especially to visiting strangers or foreigners while bionic is (not comparable) related to bionics.

Living vs Bionic - What's the difference?

living | bionic |


As adjectives the difference between living and bionic

is that living is having life while bionic is (not comparable) related to bionics.

As a verb living

is .

As a noun living

is (uncountable) the state of being alive.

Prosthetic vs Bionic - What's the difference?

prosthetic | bionic |


As adjectives the difference between prosthetic and bionic

is that prosthetic is artificial, acting as a substitute for part of the body; relating to prosthesis while bionic is (not comparable) related to bionics.

As a noun prosthetic

is a prosthesis (prosthetic device).

Bionic vs Biomimetic - What's the difference?

bionic | biomimetic |


As adjectives the difference between bionic and biomimetic

is that bionic is (not comparable) related to bionics while biomimetic is of, related to, or produced by biomimetics.

Bionic vs Android - What's the difference?

bionic | android |


As an adjective bionic

is (not comparable) related to bionics.

As a proper noun android is

a mobile operating system (os) based on the linux kernel and currently developed by google.

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