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Plasma vs Coat - What's the difference?

plasma | coat |


As verbs the difference between plasma and coat

is that plasma is while coat is to cover with a coat of some material.

As a noun coat is

(lb) an outer garment covering the upper torso and arms.

Tunic vs Coat - What's the difference?

tunic | coat |


As nouns the difference between tunic and coat

is that tunic is a garment worn over the torso, with or without sleeves, and of various lengths reaching from the hips to the ankles while coat is (lb) an outer garment covering the upper torso and arms.

As a verb coat is

to cover with a coat of some material.

Coat vs Spread - What's the difference?

coat | spread |


As nouns the difference between coat and spread

is that coat is (lb) an outer garment covering the upper torso and arms while spread is the act of spreading or something that has been spread.

As verbs the difference between coat and spread

is that coat is to cover with a coat of some material while spread is to stretch out, open out (a material etc) so that it more fully covers a given area of space.

Coat vs Render - What's the difference?

coat | render |


As nouns the difference between coat and render

is that coat is (lb) an outer garment covering the upper torso and arms while render is a substance similar to stucco but exclusively applied to masonry walls or render can be one who rends.

As verbs the difference between coat and render

is that coat is to cover with a coat of some material while render is to cause to become.

Coat vs Salmon - What's the difference?

coat | salmon |


As a noun coat

is (lb) an outer garment covering the upper torso and arms.

As a verb coat

is to cover with a coat of some material.

As a proper noun salmon is

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Crest vs Coat - What's the difference?

crest | coat |


As an acronym crest

is (military) the five types of verbal support used to enhance an (oral) presentation: comparisons, reasons, examples, statistics, testimony.

As a noun coat is

(lb) an outer garment covering the upper torso and arms.

As a verb coat is

to cover with a coat of some material.

Coat vs Spray - What's the difference?

coat | spray |


As nouns the difference between coat and spray

is that coat is (lb) an outer garment covering the upper torso and arms while spray is spray.

As a verb coat

is to cover with a coat of some material.

Coat vs Decorate - What's the difference?

coat | decorate |


As verbs the difference between coat and decorate

is that coat is to cover with a coat of some material while decorate is to furnish with decorations.

As a noun coat

is (lb) an outer garment covering the upper torso and arms.

Waistcoat vs Coat - What's the difference?

waistcoat | coat |


As nouns the difference between waistcoat and coat

is that waistcoat is an ornamental garment worn under a doublet while coat is (lb) an outer garment covering the upper torso and arms.

As a verb coat is

to cover with a coat of some material.

Coat vs Mantel - What's the difference?

coat | mantel |


As nouns the difference between coat and mantel

is that coat is (lb) an outer garment covering the upper torso and arms while mantel is coat.

As a verb coat

is to cover with a coat of some material.

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