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Curve vs Slice - What's the difference?

curve | slice |


As verbs the difference between curve and slice

is that curve is while slice is to cut into slices.

As a noun slice is

that which is thin and broad.

Curve vs Billow - What's the difference?

curve | billow |


As verbs the difference between curve and billow

is that curve is while billow is to surge or roll in billows.

As a noun billow is

a large wave, swell, surge, or undulating mass of something, such as water, smoke, fabric or sound.

Smooth vs Curve - What's the difference?

smooth | curve |


As verbs the difference between smooth and curve

is that smooth is to make smooth or even while curve is .

As an adjective smooth

is having a texture that lacks friction not rough.

As an adverb smooth

is smoothly.

As a noun smooth

is something that is , or that goes smoothly and easily.

Curve vs Null - What's the difference?

curve | null |


As a verb curve

is .

As a noun null is

zero, nil; the cardinal number before einn.

Turnout vs Curve - What's the difference?

turnout | curve |


As a noun turnout

is attendance; crowd.

As a verb curve is

.

Curve vs Curly - What's the difference?

curve | curly |


As a verb curve

is .

As an adjective curly is

having curls.

As a noun curly is

a person or animal with curly hair.

Curve vs Kerb - What's the difference?

curve | kerb |


As verbs the difference between curve and kerb

is that curve is while kerb is (british|transitive) to damage vehicle wheels or tyres by running into or over a pavement kerb.

As a noun kerb is

(british|au|nz) the edge between the pavement and the roadway, consisting of a line of kerbstones.

Curve vs Fold - What's the difference?

curve | fold |


As a verb curve

is .

As a proper noun fold is

earth.

Curve vs Flab - What's the difference?

curve | flab |


As a verb curve

is .

As a noun flab is

(informal) soft, loose flesh on a person's body; fat.

Curve vs Sculp - What's the difference?

curve | sculp |


As verbs the difference between curve and sculp

is that curve is while sculp is (obsolete|sometimes|humorous) to sculpture; to carve or engrave.

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