debris

Debris vs Deburr - What's the difference?

debris | deburr |


As a noun debris

is rubble, wreckage, scattered remains of something destroyed.

As a verb deburr is

to remove burrs from a workpiece.

Debris vs Detritus - What's the difference?

debris | detritus |


As nouns the difference between debris and detritus

is that debris is rubble, wreckage, scattered remains of something destroyed while detritus is (countable|chiefly|geological) pieces of rock broken off by ice, glacier, or erosion.

Debris vs Contaminant - What's the difference?

debris | contaminant |


As nouns the difference between debris and contaminant

is that debris is rubble, wreckage, scattered remains of something destroyed while contaminant is that which contaminates; an impurity; foreign matter.

Debris vs Grit - What's the difference?

debris | grit |


As nouns the difference between debris and grit

is that debris is rubble, wreckage, scattered remains of something destroyed while grit is collection of hard small materials, such as dirt, ground stone, debris from sandblasting or other such grinding, swarf from metalworking or grit can be (usually in plural) husked]] but unground [[oat|oats.

As a verb grit is

to clench, particularly in reaction to pain or anger; apparently only appears in gritting one's teeth .

Debris vs Rubble - What's the difference?

debris | rubble |


As nouns the difference between debris and rubble

is that debris is rubble, wreckage, scattered remains of something destroyed while rubble is the broken remains of an object, usually rock or masonry.

Debris vs Dregs - What's the difference?

debris | dregs | Synonyms |

Debris is a synonym of dregs.


As nouns the difference between debris and dregs

is that debris is rubble, wreckage, scattered remains of something destroyed while dregs is (collectively ) the sediment settled at the bottom of a liquid; the lees in a container of unfiltered wine.

Debris vs Mucker - What's the difference?

debris | mucker |


As nouns the difference between debris and mucker

is that debris is rubble, wreckage, scattered remains of something destroyed while mucker is (uk|slang|southern) friend.

As a verb mucker is

(obsolete|transitive) to scrape together (money, etc) by mean labour or shifts.

Debris vs Fur - What's the difference?

debris | fur |


As nouns the difference between debris and fur

is that debris is rubble, wreckage, scattered remains of something destroyed while fur is hairy coat of various mammal species, especially: when fine, soft and thick.

As a verb fur is

to cover with fur.

Debris vs Macrophage - What's the difference?

debris | macrophage |


As nouns the difference between debris and macrophage

is that debris is rubble, wreckage, scattered remains of something destroyed while macrophage is (immunology|cytology) a white blood cell that phagocytizes necrotic cell debris and foreign material, including viruses, bacteria, and tattoo ink it presents foreign antigens on mhc ii to lymphocytes part of the innate immune system.

Glacier vs Debris - What's the difference?

glacier | debris |


In context|geology|lang=en terms the difference between glacier and debris

is that glacier is (geology) a large body of ice which flows under its own mass, usually downhill while debris is (geology) large rock fragments left by a melting glacier etc.

As nouns the difference between glacier and debris

is that glacier is (geology) a large body of ice which flows under its own mass, usually downhill while debris is rubble, wreckage, scattered remains of something destroyed.

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