bridgehead

Bridgehead vs Base - What's the difference?

bridgehead | base |


As a noun bridgehead

is an area around the end of a bridge.

As an acronym base is

b'''uilding'', '''''a'''ntenna-tower'', '''''s'''pan'', '''''e arth .

Bridgehead vs Bridgehead - What's the difference?

bridgehead | bridgehead |


In military|lang=en terms the difference between bridgehead and bridgehead

is that bridgehead is (military) an area of ground on the enemy's side of a river or other obstacle, especially one that needs to be taken and defended in order to secure an advance while bridgehead is (military) an area of ground on the enemy's side of a river or other obstacle, especially one that needs to be taken and defended in order to secure an advance.

In chemistry|lang=en terms the difference between bridgehead and bridgehead

is that bridgehead is (chemistry) either of the two atoms in different parts of a molecule that are connected by a bridge while bridgehead is (chemistry) either of the two atoms in different parts of a molecule that are connected by a bridge.

As nouns the difference between bridgehead and bridgehead

is that bridgehead is an area around the end of a bridge while bridgehead is an area around the end of a bridge.

Bridgehead vs Toehold - What's the difference?

bridgehead | toehold |


As nouns the difference between bridgehead and toehold

is that bridgehead is an area around the end of a bridge while toehold is (rock climbing) a foothold small enough to support just the toe.

Bridgehead - What does it mean?

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Springboard vs Bridgehead - What's the difference?

springboard | bridgehead |


As nouns the difference between springboard and bridgehead

is that springboard is a diving board consisting of a flexible, springy, cantilevered platform, used for diving into water while bridgehead is an area around the end of a bridge.

As a verb springboard

is to launch or propel as if from a springboard.

Wikidiffcom vs Bridgehead - What's the difference?

wikidiffcom | bridgehead |


As a noun bridgehead is

an area around the end of a bridge.

Lodgment vs Bridgehead - What's the difference?

lodgment | bridgehead |


As nouns the difference between lodgment and bridgehead

is that lodgment is (us) an area used for lodging while bridgehead is an area around the end of a bridge.

Bridgehead vs Ridgehead - What's the difference?

bridgehead | ridgehead |


As nouns the difference between bridgehead and ridgehead

is that bridgehead is an area around the end of a bridge while ridgehead is any of the family of small, deep-sea stephanoberyciform fish.

Lodgement vs Bridgehead - What's the difference?

lodgement | bridgehead |


As nouns the difference between lodgement and bridgehead

is that lodgement is (british) while bridgehead is an area around the end of a bridge.

Bridgehead vs Beachead - What's the difference?

bridgehead | beachead |

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