dink

Dink vs Show - What's the difference?

dink | show |


As nouns the difference between dink and show

is that dink is (tennis) a soft drop shot while show is show, spectacle.

As a verb dink

is (tennis) to play a soft drop shot.

As an adjective dink

is (us|military).

Dent vs Dink - What's the difference?

dent | dink |


As nouns the difference between dent and dink

is that dent is a shallow deformation in the surface of an object, produced by an impact or dent can be (engineering) a tooth, as of a card, a gear wheel, etc while dink is (tennis) a soft drop shot.

As verbs the difference between dent and dink

is that dent is to impact something, producing a dent while dink is (tennis) to play a soft drop shot.

As an adjective dink is

(us|military).

Dink vs Beverage - What's the difference?

dink | beverage |


As nouns the difference between dink and beverage

is that dink is (tennis) a soft drop shot while beverage is a liquid to consume, usually excluding water; a drink this may include tea, coffee, liquor, beer, milk, juice, or soft drinks.

As a verb dink

is (tennis) to play a soft drop shot.

As an adjective dink

is (us|military).

Dink vs Gook - What's the difference?

dink | gook |


As nouns the difference between dink and gook

is that dink is (tennis) a soft drop shot while gook is (slang|vulgar|pejorative|offensive|ethnic slur) a person from the far east, oceania or southeast asia, in particular a vietnamese, filipino, chinese, korean person or gook can be (informal) grime or mud.

As a verb dink

is (tennis) to play a soft drop shot.

As an adjective dink

is (us|military).

Dins vs Dink - What's the difference?

dins | dink |


As nouns the difference between dins and dink

is that dins is while dink is (tennis) a soft drop shot.

As verbs the difference between dins and dink

is that dins is (din) while dink is (tennis) to play a soft drop shot.

As an adjective dink is

(us|military).

Dink vs Doink - What's the difference?

dink | doink |


As nouns the difference between dink and doink

is that dink is (tennis) a soft drop shot while doink is (slang) a fool; a jerk; a worthless person.

As verbs the difference between dink and doink

is that dink is (tennis) to play a soft drop shot while doink is (us slang|humorous|transitive) to have sexual intercourse (with someone).

As an adjective dink

is (us|military).

Dirk vs Dink - What's the difference?

dirk | dink |


As a proper noun dirk

is of german and dutch origin, cognate to derek.

As a noun dink is

(tennis) a soft drop shot.

As a verb dink is

(tennis) to play a soft drop shot.

As an adjective dink is

(us|military).

Ding vs Dink - What's the difference?

ding | dink |


As a noun dink is

(tennis) a soft drop shot.

As a verb dink is

(tennis) to play a soft drop shot.

As an adjective dink is

(us|military).

Bink vs Dink - What's the difference?

bink | dink |


As nouns the difference between bink and dink

is that bink is (uk|northern england|scotland|dialect) a bench while dink is (tennis) a soft drop shot.

As a verb dink is

(tennis) to play a soft drop shot.

As an adjective dink is

(us|military).

Dink vs Kink - What's the difference?

dink | kink |


As nouns the difference between dink and kink

is that dink is (tennis) a soft drop shot while kink is a convulsive fit of coughing or laughter; a sonorous indraft of breath; a whoop; a gasp of breath caused by laughing, coughing, or crying or kink can be a tight curl, twist, or bend in a length of thin material, hair etc.

As verbs the difference between dink and kink

is that dink is (tennis) to play a soft drop shot while kink is to laugh loudly or kink can be to form a kink or twist.

As an adjective dink

is (us|military).

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