cup

Cup vs Brick - What's the difference?

cup | brick |


As a noun cup

is cup.

As a verb cup

is to not attend a course, a class without permission of the teacher or cup can be to temporarily or permanently cease to provide (electricity or water supply) or cup can be to switch off (a breaker or fuse).

As a proper noun brick is

.

Pot vs Cup - What's the difference?

pot | cup |


As a noun cup is

cup.

As a verb cup is

to not attend a course, a class without permission of the teacher or cup can be to temporarily or permanently cease to provide (electricity or water supply) or cup can be to switch off (a breaker or fuse).

Tumblerful vs Cup - What's the difference?

tumblerful | cup |


As nouns the difference between tumblerful and cup

is that tumblerful is as much as a tumbler will hold while cup is cup.

As a verb cup is

to not attend a course, a class without permission of the teacher or cup can be to temporarily or permanently cease to provide (electricity or water supply) or cup can be to switch off (a breaker or fuse).

Cup vs House - What's the difference?

cup | house |


As a noun cup

is cup.

As a verb cup

is to not attend a course, a class without permission of the teacher or cup can be to temporarily or permanently cease to provide (electricity or water supply) or cup can be to switch off (a breaker or fuse).

As a proper noun house is

(us) the house of representatives, "the house".

Cup vs Jupiter - What's the difference?

cup | jupiter |


As nouns the difference between cup and jupiter

is that cup is cup while jupiter is spotlight.

As a verb cup

is to not attend a course, a class without permission of the teacher or cup can be to temporarily or permanently cease to provide (electricity or water supply) or cup can be to switch off (a breaker or fuse).

Cup vs Bag - What's the difference?

cup | bag |


As nouns the difference between cup and bag

is that cup is cup while bag is a flexible container made of cloth, paper, plastic, etc.

As verbs the difference between cup and bag

is that cup is to not attend a course, a class without permission of the teacher or cup can be to temporarily or permanently cease to provide (electricity or water supply) or cup can be to switch off (a breaker or fuse) while bag is to put into a bag.

Tournament vs Cup - What's the difference?

tournament | cup |


As nouns the difference between tournament and cup

is that tournament is (historical) during the middle ages, a series of battles and other contests designed to prepare knights for war while cup is cup.

As a verb cup is

to not attend a course, a class without permission of the teacher or cup can be to temporarily or permanently cease to provide (electricity or water supply) or cup can be to switch off (a breaker or fuse).

Cup vs Cass - What's the difference?

cup | cass |


As verbs the difference between cup and cass

is that cup is to not attend a course, a class without permission of the teacher or cup can be to temporarily or permanently cease to provide (electricity or water supply) or cup can be to switch off (a breaker or fuse) while cass is (obsolete|transitive) to render useless or void; to annul; to reject; to send away.

As a noun cup

is cup.

Bowel vs Cup - What's the difference?

bowel | cup |


As nouns the difference between bowel and cup

is that bowel is (chiefly|medicine) a part or division of the intestines, usually the large intestine while cup is cup.

As verbs the difference between bowel and cup

is that bowel is to disembowel while cup is to not attend a course, a class without permission of the teacher or cup can be to temporarily or permanently cease to provide (electricity or water supply) or cup can be to switch off (a breaker or fuse).

Class vs Cup - What's the difference?

class | cup |


As nouns the difference between class and cup

is that class is (countable) a group, collection, category or set sharing characteristics or attributes while cup is cup.

As verbs the difference between class and cup

is that class is to assign to a class; to classify while cup is to not attend a course, a class without permission of the teacher or cup can be to temporarily or permanently cease to provide (electricity or water supply) or cup can be to switch off (a breaker or fuse).

As an adjective class

is (irish|british|slang) great; fabulous.

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