encase

Encase vs Encapsulate - What's the difference?

encase | encapsulate |


As verbs the difference between encase and encapsulate

is that encase is to enclose, as in a case while encapsulate is (label) to enclose something as if in a capsule.

Encase vs Encashment - What's the difference?

encase | encashment |


As a verb encase

is to enclose, as in a case.

As a noun encashment is

(finance) the payment in cash of a note, draft, etc.

Encase vs Otherwise - What's the difference?

encase | otherwise |


As a verb encase

is to enclose, as in a case.

As an adverb otherwise is

(lb) differently, in another way.

As an adjective otherwise is

other than supposed; different.

Bind vs Encase - What's the difference?

bind | encase | Synonyms |

Bind is a synonym of encase.


As verbs the difference between bind and encase

is that bind is to tie; to confine by any ligature while encase is to enclose, as in a case.

As a noun bind

is that which binds or ties.

Encase vs Pack - What's the difference?

encase | pack |


As a verb encase

is to enclose, as in a case.

As a noun pack is

package, bundle, bunch, (unwieldy) bag or pack can be rabble, mob, vermin, rascals.

Encase vs Glaze - What's the difference?

encase | glaze | Related terms |

Encase is a related term of glaze.


As verbs the difference between encase and glaze

is that encase is to enclose, as in a case while glaze is to install windows.

As a noun glaze is

(ceramics) the vitreous coating of pottery or porcelain; anything used as a coating or color in glazing see (transitive verb).

Bandage vs Encase - What's the difference?

bandage | encase | Related terms |

Bandage is a related term of encase.


As a noun bandage

is .

As a verb encase is

to enclose, as in a case.

Encase vs Spraypaint - What's the difference?

encase | spraypaint | Related terms |

Encase is a related term of spraypaint.


As verbs the difference between encase and spraypaint

is that encase is to enclose, as in a case while spraypaint is .

As a noun spraypaint is

.

Encase vs Lacquer - What's the difference?

encase | lacquer | Related terms |

Encase is a related term of lacquer.


As verbs the difference between encase and lacquer

is that encase is to enclose, as in a case while lacquer is to apply a lacquer to something or to give something a smooth, glossy finish.

As a noun lacquer is

a glossy, resinous material used as a surface coating; either a natural exudation of certain trees, or a solution of nitrocellulose in alcohol, etc.

Encase vs Crate - What's the difference?

encase | crate |


As verbs the difference between encase and crate

is that encase is to enclose, as in a case while crate is to put into a crate.

As a noun crate is

a large open box or basket, used especially to transport fragile goods.

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