clang

Clang vs Gnu - What's the difference?

clang | gnu |


As nouns the difference between clang and gnu

is that clang is a loud, ringing sound, like that made by free-hanging metal objects striking each other while gnu is gnu.

As a verb clang

is to strike (objects) together so as to produce a clang.

Clang vs Clinch - What's the difference?

clang | clinch |


As nouns the difference between clang and clinch

is that clang is a loud, ringing sound, like that made by free-hanging metal objects striking each other while clinch is any of several fastenings.

As verbs the difference between clang and clinch

is that clang is to strike (objects) together so as to produce a clang while clinch is to clasp; to interlock.

Clang vs Chime - What's the difference?

clang | chime | Synonyms |

Clang is a synonym of chime.


In lang=en terms the difference between clang and chime

is that clang is to give out a clang; to resound while chime is to agree; to correspond.

As nouns the difference between clang and chime

is that clang is a loud, ringing sound, like that made by free-hanging metal objects striking each other while chime is (musical instruments) a musical instrument producing a sound when struck, similar to a bell (eg a tubular metal bar) or actually a bell often used in the plural to refer to the set: the chimes or chime can be a chine; the edge of a cask.

As verbs the difference between clang and chime

is that clang is to strike (objects) together so as to produce a clang while chime is to make the sound of a chime.

Dab vs Clang - What's the difference?

dab | clang |


As nouns the difference between dab and clang

is that dab is baptism (christian sacrament with water) while clang is a loud, ringing sound, like that made by free-hanging metal objects striking each other.

As a verb clang is

to strike (objects) together so as to produce a clang.

Crashing vs Clang - What's the difference?

crashing | clang | Related terms |

Crashing is a related term of clang.


As verbs the difference between crashing and clang

is that crashing is while clang is to strike (objects) together so as to produce a clang.

As nouns the difference between crashing and clang

is that crashing is the sound or action of something that crashes while clang is a loud, ringing sound, like that made by free-hanging metal objects striking each other.

Clang vs Tintinnabulate - What's the difference?

clang | tintinnabulate | Related terms |

Clang is a related term of tintinnabulate.


As verbs the difference between clang and tintinnabulate

is that clang is to strike (objects) together so as to produce a clang while tintinnabulate is to ring, tinkle, toll, or otherwise sound like bells.

As a noun clang

is a loud, ringing sound, like that made by free-hanging metal objects striking each other.

Clang - What does it mean?

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Clang vs Blast - What's the difference?

clang | blast | Related terms |

Clang is a related term of blast.


As verbs the difference between clang and blast

is that clang is to strike (objects) together so as to produce a clang while blast is .

As a noun clang

is a loud, ringing sound, like that made by free-hanging metal objects striking each other.

Clang vs Chink - What's the difference?

clang | chink | Related terms |

Clang is a related term of chink.


As nouns the difference between clang and chink

is that clang is a loud, ringing sound, like that made by free-hanging metal objects striking each other while chink is (slang|offensive|ethnic slur) refers to a chinese or a person of chinese ethnicity.

As a verb clang

is to strike (objects) together so as to produce a clang.

Clang vs Rumble - What's the difference?

clang | rumble | Related terms |

Clang is a related term of rumble.


In lang=en terms the difference between clang and rumble

is that clang is to give out a clang; to resound while rumble is to cause to pass through a rumble, or polishing machine.

As nouns the difference between clang and rumble

is that clang is a loud, ringing sound, like that made by free-hanging metal objects striking each other while rumble is a low, heavy, continuous sound, such as that of thunder or a hungry stomach.

As verbs the difference between clang and rumble

is that clang is to strike (objects) together so as to produce a clang while rumble is to make a low, heavy, continuous sound.

As an interjection rumble is

an onomatopoeia describing a rumbling noise.

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