dover

Dover vs Strait - What's the difference?

dover | strait |


As a proper noun dover

is a major port in kent, england, the closest point to france.

As an adjective strait is

(archaic) narrow; restricted as to space or room; close.

As a noun strait is

(geography) a narrow channel of water connecting two larger bodies of water.

As a verb strait is

(obsolete) to put to difficulties.

As an adverb strait is

(obsolete) strictly; rigorously.

Dover vs D - What's the difference?

dover | d |


As a proper noun dover

is a major port in kent, england, the closest point to france.

As a letter d is

the fourth letter of the.

As a numeral d is

cardinal number five hundred (500).

As a symbol d is

deuterium, when it needs to be distinguished from ordinary hydrogen.

Tours vs Dover - What's the difference?

tours | dover |


As a noun tours

is .

As a verb tours

is (tour).

As a proper noun dover is

a major port in kent, england, the closest point to france.

Driver vs Dover - What's the difference?

driver | dover |


As proper nouns the difference between driver and dover

is that driver is while dover is a major port in kent, england, the closest point to france.

State vs Dover - What's the difference?

state | dover |


As adjectives the difference between state and dover

is that state is (obsolete) stately while dover is (nl-adj form of).

As a noun state

is a polity.

As a verb state

is (lb) to declare to be a fact.

England vs Dover - What's the difference?

england | dover |

Kent vs Dover - What's the difference?

kent | dover |


As a verb kent

is (ken).

As a adjective dover is

(nl-adj form of).

Dover vs Delaware - What's the difference?

dover | delaware |