corvette

Curvet vs Corvette - What's the difference?

curvet | corvette |


As a verb curvet

is (of a horse) to leap about, frolic.

As a noun curvet

is a particular leap of a horse, when he raises both forelegs at once, equally advanced, and, as his forelegs are falling, raises his hind legs, so that all his legs are in the air at once.

As a proper noun corvette is

a sports car, manufactured by from 1953 to present, an american icon.

Cutter vs Corvette - What's the difference?

cutter | corvette |


As a noun cutter

is a person or device that cuts (in various senses).

As a proper noun corvette is

a sports car, manufactured by from 1953 to present, an american icon.

Corvette vs Cruiser - What's the difference?

corvette | cruiser |


As a proper noun corvette

is a sports car, manufactured by from 1953 to present, an american icon.

As a noun cruiser is

(nautical|in the days of sail) a frigate or other vessel, detached from the fleet, to cruise independently in search of the enemy or its merchant ships.

Corvette - What does it mean?

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Corvetto vs Corvette - What's the difference?

corvetto | corvette |


As a noun corvetto

is (mineralogy) a curvet.

As a proper noun corvette is

a sports car, manufactured by from 1953 to present, an american icon.

Corvette vs Bark - What's the difference?

corvette | bark |


As a proper noun corvette

is a sports car, manufactured by from 1953 to present, an american icon.

As a noun bark is

(three-masted vessel).

Corvette vs Destroyer - What's the difference?

corvette | destroyer |


As a proper noun corvette

is a sports car, manufactured by from 1953 to present, an american icon.

As a noun destroyer is

that which destroys something.

Corvette vs Monitor - What's the difference?

corvette | monitor |


In context|nautical|lang=en terms the difference between corvette and monitor

is that corvette is (nautical) in a modern navy, a lightly armed and armoured blue water warship, smaller than a frigate, capable of transoceanic duty while monitor is (nautical) one of a class of relatively small armored warships designed for shore bombardment or riverine warfare rather than combat with other ships.

As nouns the difference between corvette and monitor

is that corvette is (nautical|historical) a flush-decked warship of the 17th-18th centuries having a single tier of guns; it ranked next below a frigate; -- called in the united states navy a sloop of war while monitor is someone who watches over something; a person in charge of something or someone.

As a verb monitor is

to watch over; to guard.

Figate vs Corvette - What's the difference?

figate | corvette |


As nouns the difference between figate and corvette

is that figate is while corvette is (nautical|historical) a flush-decked warship of the 17th-18th centuries having a single tier of guns; it ranked next below a frigate; -- called in the united states navy a sloop of war.

Corvette vs Battleship - What's the difference?

corvette | battleship |

Corvette is a see also of battleship.


As nouns the difference between corvette and battleship

is that corvette is (nautical|historical) a flush-decked warship of the 17th-18th centuries having a single tier of guns; it ranked next below a frigate; -- called in the united states navy a sloop of war while battleship is (military) large capital warship displacing tens of thousands of tons, heavily armoured and armed with big guns battleships are now obsolescent, replaced by smaller vessels with guided missiles types: dreadnought, pre-dreadnought.

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