downdraft

Downdraft vs Downdraught - What's the difference?

downdraft | downdraught |


As nouns the difference between downdraft and downdraught

is that downdraft is a strong, downward air current; an air pocket or air hole while downdraught is .

Downdrift vs Downdraft - What's the difference?

downdrift | downdraft |


As nouns the difference between downdrift and downdraft

is that downdrift is (phonetics) a lowering (over time) of the pitch of the tones of a tonal language while downdraft is a strong, downward air current; an air pocket or air hole.

Downdraft vs Downdraw - What's the difference?

downdraft | downdraw |


As nouns the difference between downdraft and downdraw

is that downdraft is a strong, downward air current; an air pocket or air hole while downdraw is a downdraft.

As a verb downdraw is

to draw downward or down.

Current vs Downdraft - What's the difference?

current | downdraft |


As nouns the difference between current and downdraft

is that current is the part of a fluid that moves continuously in a certain direction while downdraft is a strong, downward air current; an air pocket or air hole.

As an adjective current

is existing or occurring at the moment.

Air vs Downdraft - What's the difference?

air | downdraft |


As nouns the difference between air and downdraft

is that air is (uncountable|historical|astrology|alchemy|science) the atmospheric substance above the surface of the earth which animals breathe, formerly considered to be a single substance, one of the four basic elements of ancient philosophy and one of the five basic elements of eastern traditions while downdraft is a strong, downward air current; an air pocket or air hole.

As a verb air

is to bring (something) into contact with the air, so as to freshen or dry it.

Downward vs Downdraft - What's the difference?

downward | downdraft |


As an adverb downward

is toward a lower level, whether in physical space, in a hierarchy, or in amount or value.

As an adjective downward

is moving or sloping down.

As a noun downdraft is

a strong, downward air current; an air pocket or air hole.

Downdraft vs Microburst - What's the difference?

downdraft | microburst |


As nouns the difference between downdraft and microburst

is that downdraft is a strong, downward air current; an air pocket or air hole while microburst is (meteorology) a strong downdraft, of less than 25 miles in diameter, that can cause damaging winds.

Downdraft vs Macroburst - What's the difference?

downdraft | macroburst |


As nouns the difference between downdraft and macroburst

is that downdraft is a strong, downward air current; an air pocket or air hole while macroburst is (meteorology) a strong downdraft, of over 25 miles in diameter, that can cause damaging winds.

Downdraft vs Supercell - What's the difference?

downdraft | supercell |


As nouns the difference between downdraft and supercell

is that downdraft is a strong, downward air current; an air pocket or air hole while supercell is a severe thunderstorm with updrafts and downdrafts that are in near balance, allowing the storm to maintain itself for several hours supercells often produce large hail, powerful downpours, very strong winds and sometimes tornadoes.