crew

Crew vs Herd - What's the difference?

crew | herd | Synonyms |

Crew is a synonym of herd.


As nouns the difference between crew and herd

is that crew is a group of people (often staff) manning and operating a large facility or piece of equipment such as a factory, ship, boat, or airplane or crew can be (british|dialectal) a pen for livestock such as chickens or pigs or crew can be the manx shearwater while herd is stove, cooker.

As a verb crew

is to be a member of a vessel's crew or crew can be (british) (crow) to have made the characteristic sound of a rooster.

Skeleton vs Crew - What's the difference?

skeleton | crew |


As nouns the difference between skeleton and crew

is that skeleton is (anatomy) the system that provides support to an organism, internal and made up of bones and cartilage in vertebrates, external in some other animals while crew is a group of people (often staff) manning and operating a large facility or piece of equipment such as a factory, ship, boat, or airplane or crew can be (british|dialectal) a pen for livestock such as chickens or pigs or crew can be the manx shearwater.

As verbs the difference between skeleton and crew

is that skeleton is (archaic) to reduce to a skeleton; to skin; to skeletonize while crew is to be a member of a vessel's crew or crew can be (british) (crow) to have made the characteristic sound of a rooster.

Crew vs Pension - What's the difference?

crew | pension |


As nouns the difference between crew and pension

is that crew is a group of people (often staff) manning and operating a large facility or piece of equipment such as a factory, ship, boat, or airplane or crew can be (british|dialectal) a pen for livestock such as chickens or pigs or crew can be the manx shearwater while pension is guesthouse.

As a verb crew

is to be a member of a vessel's crew or crew can be (british) (crow) to have made the characteristic sound of a rooster.

Skipper vs Crew - What's the difference?

skipper | crew |


In obsolete|lang=en terms the difference between skipper and crew

is that skipper is (obsolete) a young, thoughtless person while crew is (obsolete) any company of people; an assemblage; a throng.

As nouns the difference between skipper and crew

is that skipper is (label) the master of a ship (literally, 'shipper') or skipper can be one who skips while crew is a group of people (often staff) manning and operating a large facility or piece of equipment such as a factory, ship, boat, or airplane or crew can be (british|dialectal) a pen for livestock such as chickens or pigs or crew can be the manx shearwater.

As verbs the difference between skipper and crew

is that skipper is to be the skipper of a ship while crew is to be a member of a vessel's crew or crew can be (british) (crow) to have made the characteristic sound of a rooster.

Crew vs No - What's the difference?

crew | no |


As nouns the difference between crew and no

is that crew is a group of people (often staff) manning and operating a large facility or piece of equipment such as a factory, ship, boat, or airplane or crew can be (british|dialectal) a pen for livestock such as chickens or pigs or crew can be the manx shearwater while no is noh (japanese theatrical genre).

As a verb crew

is to be a member of a vessel's crew or crew can be (british) (crow) to have made the characteristic sound of a rooster.

Crew vs Fleet - What's the difference?

crew | fleet |


As a noun crew

is a group of people (often staff) manning and operating a large facility or piece of equipment such as a factory, ship, boat, or airplane or crew can be (british|dialectal) a pen for livestock such as chickens or pigs or crew can be the manx shearwater.

As a verb crew

is to be a member of a vessel's crew or crew can be (british) (crow) to have made the characteristic sound of a rooster.

As a proper noun fleet is

the stream that ran where fleet street now runs.

Assistant vs Crew - What's the difference?

assistant | crew |


In obsolete|lang=en terms the difference between assistant and crew

is that assistant is (obsolete) someone who is present; a bystander, a witness while crew is (obsolete) any company of people; an assemblage; a throng.

In british|lang=en terms the difference between assistant and crew

is that assistant is (british) sales assistant while crew is (british) (crow) to have made the characteristic sound of a rooster.

As nouns the difference between assistant and crew

is that assistant is (obsolete) someone who is present; a bystander, a witness while crew is a group of people (often staff) manning and operating a large facility or piece of equipment such as a factory, ship, boat, or airplane or crew can be (british|dialectal) a pen for livestock such as chickens or pigs or crew can be the manx shearwater.

As an adjective assistant

is having a subordinate or auxiliary position.

As a verb crew is

to be a member of a vessel's crew or crew can be (british) (crow) to have made the characteristic sound of a rooster.

Windjammer vs Crew - What's the difference?

windjammer | crew |


In nautical|lang=en terms the difference between windjammer and crew

is that windjammer is (nautical) a large iron-hulled square-rigged sailing ship with three or more masts while crew is (nautical) to take on, recruit (new) crew.

As nouns the difference between windjammer and crew

is that windjammer is (us|slang|dated) a bugler while crew is a group of people (often staff) manning and operating a large facility or piece of equipment such as a factory, ship, boat, or airplane or crew can be (british|dialectal) a pen for livestock such as chickens or pigs or crew can be the manx shearwater.

As a verb crew is

to be a member of a vessel's crew or crew can be (british) (crow) to have made the characteristic sound of a rooster.

Seafarer vs Crew - What's the difference?

seafarer | crew |


As nouns the difference between seafarer and crew

is that seafarer is a sailor or mariner while crew is a group of people (often staff) manning and operating a large facility or piece of equipment such as a factory, ship, boat, or airplane or crew can be (british|dialectal) a pen for livestock such as chickens or pigs or crew can be the manx shearwater.

As a verb crew is

to be a member of a vessel's crew or crew can be (british) (crow) to have made the characteristic sound of a rooster.

Crew vs Casta - What's the difference?

crew | casta |


As nouns the difference between crew and casta

is that crew is a group of people (often staff) manning and operating a large facility or piece of equipment such as a factory, ship, boat, or airplane or crew can be (british|dialectal) a pen for livestock such as chickens or pigs or crew can be the manx shearwater while casta is .

As verbs the difference between crew and casta

is that crew is to be a member of a vessel's crew or crew can be (british) (crow) to have made the characteristic sound of a rooster while casta is .

As an adjective casta is

twisted, wound.

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