cramp

Cramp vs Cramps - What's the difference?

cramp | cramps |


As nouns the difference between cramp and cramps

is that cramp is a painful contraction of a muscle which cannot be controlled while cramps is a cramping of muscles, especially in the abdomen or uterus.

As verbs the difference between cramp and cramps

is that cramp is (of a muscle) to contract painfully and uncontrollably while cramps is (cramp).

Cramp vs Restrict - What's the difference?

cramp | restrict |


As verbs the difference between cramp and restrict

is that cramp is (of a muscle) to contract painfully and uncontrollably while restrict is to restrain within bounds; to limit; to confine; as, to restrict worlds to a particular meaning; to restrict a patient to a certain diet.

As a noun cramp

is a painful contraction of a muscle which cannot be controlled.

As an adjective restrict is

(obsolete) restricted.

Cramp vs Congested - What's the difference?

cramp | congested |


As verbs the difference between cramp and congested

is that cramp is (of a muscle) to contract painfully and uncontrollably while congested is (congest).

As a noun cramp

is a painful contraction of a muscle which cannot be controlled.

Cramp vs Twitch - What's the difference?

cramp | twitch |


In lang=en terms the difference between cramp and twitch

is that cramp is to restrain to a specific physical position, as if with a cramp while twitch is to spot or seek out a bird, especially a rare one.

As nouns the difference between cramp and twitch

is that cramp is a painful contraction of a muscle which cannot be controlled while twitch is a brief, small (sometimes involuntary) movement out of place and then back again; a spasm or twitch can be couch grass, elymus repens ; a species of grass, often considered as a weed.

As verbs the difference between cramp and twitch

is that cramp is (of a muscle) to contract painfully and uncontrollably while twitch is to perform a twitch; spasm.

Cramp vs Stop - What's the difference?

cramp | stop |


As nouns the difference between cramp and stop

is that cramp is a painful contraction of a muscle which cannot be controlled while stop is .

As a verb cramp

is (of a muscle) to contract painfully and uncontrollably.

Cramp vs Nosebleed - What's the difference?

cramp | nosebleed |


As nouns the difference between cramp and nosebleed

is that cramp is a painful contraction of a muscle which cannot be controlled while nosebleed is a haemorrhage from the nose.

As a verb cramp

is (of a muscle) to contract painfully and uncontrollably.

Cramp vs Makeup - What's the difference?

cramp | makeup |


As nouns the difference between cramp and makeup

is that cramp is a painful contraction of a muscle which cannot be controlled while makeup is (uncountable) an item's composition.

As a verb cramp

is (of a muscle) to contract painfully and uncontrollably.

Cramp vs Suit - What's the difference?

cramp | suit |


In by extension|lang=en terms the difference between cramp and suit

is that cramp is (by extension) to bind together; to unite while suit is (by extension) a single garment that covers the whole body: space suit, boiler suit, protective suit.

As nouns the difference between cramp and suit

is that cramp is a painful contraction of a muscle which cannot be controlled while suit is a set of clothes to be worn together, now especially a man's matching jacket and trousers (also business suit or lounge suit), or a similar outfit for a woman.

As verbs the difference between cramp and suit

is that cramp is (of a muscle) to contract painfully and uncontrollably while suit is to make proper or suitable; to adapt or fit.

Cramp vs Narrow - What's the difference?

cramp | narrow |


In lang=en terms the difference between cramp and narrow

is that cramp is to restrain to a specific physical position, as if with a cramp while narrow is to get narrower.

As nouns the difference between cramp and narrow

is that cramp is a painful contraction of a muscle which cannot be controlled while narrow is (chiefly|in the plural) a narrow passage, especially a contracted part of a stream, lake, or sea; a strait connecting two bodies of water.

As verbs the difference between cramp and narrow

is that cramp is (of a muscle) to contract painfully and uncontrollably while narrow is to reduce in width or extent; to contract.

As an adjective narrow is

having a small width; not wide; slim; slender; having opposite edges or sides that are close, especially by comparison to length or depth.

Cramp vs Tighten - What's the difference?

cramp | tighten | Related terms |

Cramp is a related term of tighten.


In lang=en terms the difference between cramp and tighten

is that cramp is to restrain to a specific physical position, as if with a cramp while tighten is to become tighter.

As verbs the difference between cramp and tighten

is that cramp is (of a muscle) to contract painfully and uncontrollably while tighten is to make tighter.

As a noun cramp

is a painful contraction of a muscle which cannot be controlled.

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