contaminant

Contaminations vs Contaminant - What's the difference?

contaminations | contaminant |


As nouns the difference between contaminations and contaminant

is that contaminations is while contaminant is that which contaminates; an impurity; foreign matter.

Clog vs Contaminant - What's the difference?

clog | contaminant |


As nouns the difference between clog and contaminant

is that clog is a type of shoe with an inflexible, often wooden sole sometimes with an open heel while contaminant is that which contaminates; an impurity; foreign matter.

As a verb clog

is to block or slow passage through (often with 'up' ).

Contaminant vs Hazard - What's the difference?

contaminant | hazard |


As nouns the difference between contaminant and hazard

is that contaminant is that which contaminates; an impurity; foreign matter while hazard is (historical) a type of game played with dice.

As a verb hazard is

to expose to chance; to take a risk.

Condiment vs Contaminant - What's the difference?

condiment | contaminant |


As nouns the difference between condiment and contaminant

is that condiment is something used to enhance the flavor of food; for example, salt or pepper while contaminant is that which contaminates; an impurity; foreign matter.

Wastes vs Contaminant - What's the difference?

wastes | contaminant |


As nouns the difference between wastes and contaminant

is that wastes is while contaminant is that which contaminates; an impurity; foreign matter.

As a verb wastes

is (waste).

Waste vs Contaminant - What's the difference?

waste | contaminant |


As a verb waste

is .

As a noun contaminant is

that which contaminates; an impurity; foreign matter.

Inoculum vs Contaminant - What's the difference?

inoculum | contaminant |


As nouns the difference between inoculum and contaminant

is that inoculum is the active material used in an inoculation; an inoculant while contaminant is that which contaminates; an impurity; foreign matter.

Contaminant vs Filth - What's the difference?

contaminant | filth |


As nouns the difference between contaminant and filth

is that contaminant is that which contaminates; an impurity; foreign matter while filth is dirt; foul matter; that which soils or defiles.

Pollution vs Contaminant - What's the difference?

pollution | contaminant |


As nouns the difference between pollution and contaminant

is that pollution is the act of polluting or the state of being polluted, especially the contamination of the environment by harmful substances while contaminant is that which contaminates; an impurity; foreign matter.

Contaminant - What does it mean?

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