bridge

Gateway vs Bridge - What's the difference?

gateway | bridge |


As a noun gateway

is (senseid)an entrance capable of being blocked by use of a gate.

As a verb gateway

is to make available via a gateway, or access point.

Bridge vs Water - What's the difference?

bridge | water |


As a noun water is

(uncountable) a chemical, found at room temperature and pressure as a clear liquid, having the formula h₂o, required by all forms of life on earth.

As a verb water is

to pour water into the soil surrounding (plants).

Freezer vs Bridge - What's the difference?

freezer | bridge |


As a noun freezer

is an appliance or room used to store food or other perishable items at temperatures below 0 celsius (32° fahrenheit).

Bridge vs Connector - What's the difference?

bridge | connector |


As a noun connector is

one who connects.

Shore vs Bridge - What's the difference?

shore | bridge |


As a proper noun shore

is .

Bridge vs Crossing - What's the difference?

bridge | crossing |


As a noun crossing is

an intersection where roads, lines, or tracks cross.

As an adjective crossing is

(rare) extending or lying across; in a crosswise direction.

As a verb crossing is

.

Bridge vs Door - What's the difference?

bridge | door |


As a noun door is

door.

Bridge vs Overcome - What's the difference?

bridge | overcome |


As a verb overcome is

to surmount (a physical or abstract obstacle); to prevail over, to get the better of.

Axle vs Bridge - What's the difference?

axle | bridge |


As a noun axle

is (obsolete) shoulder or axle can be the pin or spindle on which a wheel revolves, or which revolves with a wheel.

Bridge vs Transcend - What's the difference?

bridge | transcend |


As a verb transcend is

to pass beyond the limits of something.

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