dumbbell

Dumbbell vs Dumbell - What's the difference?

dumbbell | dumbell |


As nouns the difference between dumbbell and dumbell

is that dumbbell is (weightlifting) a weight consisting of two disks or spheres attached to a short bar; used for exercise and weight training while dumbell is (rare).

Taxonomy vs Dumbbell - What's the difference?

taxonomy | dumbbell |


As nouns the difference between taxonomy and dumbbell

is that taxonomy is the science or the technique used to make a classification while dumbbell is (weightlifting) a weight consisting of two disks or spheres attached to a short bar; used for exercise and weight training.

Dumbbell vs Snapperhead - What's the difference?

dumbbell | snapperhead |


As nouns the difference between dumbbell and snapperhead

is that dumbbell is (weightlifting) a weight consisting of two disks or spheres attached to a short bar; used for exercise and weight training while snapperhead is (slang) a dumbbell; a knucklehead.

Dumbbell vs Musclebrain - What's the difference?

dumbbell | musclebrain | Synonyms |

Dumbbell is a synonym of musclebrain.


As nouns the difference between dumbbell and musclebrain

is that dumbbell is (weightlifting) a weight consisting of two disks or spheres attached to a short bar; used for exercise and weight training while musclebrain is (us) a person who actively participates in physical sports, possibly highly skilled in sports, but does not do well in academic activities, like math and science.

Kettlebell vs Dumbbell - What's the difference?

kettlebell | dumbbell |

Kettlebell is a see also of dumbbell.


In context|weightlifting|lang=en terms the difference between kettlebell and dumbbell

is that kettlebell is (weightlifting) a weight consisting of a cast iron ball with a single handle for gripping the weight during exercise while dumbbell is (weightlifting) a weight consisting of two disks or spheres attached to a short bar; used for exercise and weight training.

As nouns the difference between kettlebell and dumbbell

is that kettlebell is (weightlifting) a weight consisting of a cast iron ball with a single handle for gripping the weight during exercise while dumbbell is (weightlifting) a weight consisting of two disks or spheres attached to a short bar; used for exercise and weight training.

Stupid vs Dumbbell - What's the difference?

stupid | dumbbell |


As nouns the difference between stupid and dumbbell

is that stupid is a stupid person; a fool while dumbbell is (weightlifting) a weight consisting of two disks or spheres attached to a short bar; used for exercise and weight training.

As an adjective stupid

is lacking in intelligence or exhibiting the quality of having been done by someone lacking in intelligence.

As an adverb stupid

is (slang|dated) extremely.

Exercise vs Dumbbell - What's the difference?

exercise | dumbbell |


As nouns the difference between exercise and dumbbell

is that exercise is any activity designed to develop or hone a skill or ability while dumbbell is (weightlifting) a weight consisting of two disks or spheres attached to a short bar; used for exercise and weight training.

As a verb exercise

is to exert for the sake of training or improvement; to practice in order to develop.

Short vs Dumbbell - What's the difference?

short | dumbbell |


As nouns the difference between short and dumbbell

is that short is a short circuit while dumbbell is (weightlifting) a weight consisting of two disks or spheres attached to a short bar; used for exercise and weight training.

As an adjective short

is having a small distance from one end or edge to another, either horizontally or vertically.

As an adverb short

is abruptly, curtly, briefly.

As a verb short

is to cause a in (something).

As a preposition short

is deficient in.

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