galvanize

Gallivant vs Galvanize - What's the difference?

gallivant | galvanize |


As verbs the difference between gallivant and galvanize

is that gallivant is to roam about for pleasure without any definite plan while galvanize is to coat with a thin layer of metal by electrochemical means; to electroplate.

Engender vs Galvanize - What's the difference?

engender | galvanize |


As verbs the difference between engender and galvanize

is that engender is (obsolete|transitive) to beget (of a man); to bear or conceive (of a woman) or engender can be (critical theory) to endow with gender; to create gender or enhance the importance of gender while galvanize is to coat with a thin layer of metal by electrochemical means; to electroplate.

Galvanize vs Stir - What's the difference?

galvanize | stir |


As a verb galvanize

is to coat with a thin layer of metal by electrochemical means; to electroplate.

As a noun stir is

scorpion.

Unleash vs Galvanize - What's the difference?

unleash | galvanize |


As verbs the difference between unleash and galvanize

is that unleash is to free from a leash, or as from a leash while galvanize is to coat with a thin layer of metal by electrochemical means; to electroplate.

Galvanize vs Initiate - What's the difference?

galvanize | initiate |


As verbs the difference between galvanize and initiate

is that galvanize is to coat with a thin layer of metal by electrochemical means; to electroplate while initiate is to begin; to start.

As an adjective initiate is

(obsolete) unpractised; untried; new.

As a noun initiate is

a new member of an organization.

Galvanize vs Inspire - What's the difference?

galvanize | inspire |


As verbs the difference between galvanize and inspire

is that galvanize is to coat with a thin layer of metal by electrochemical means; to electroplate while inspire is .

Galvanize vs Arouse - What's the difference?

galvanize | arouse |


As verbs the difference between galvanize and arouse

is that galvanize is to coat with a thin layer of metal by electrochemical means; to electroplate while arouse is to stimulate feelings.

Mobilize vs Galvanize - What's the difference?

mobilize | galvanize |


As verbs the difference between mobilize and galvanize

is that mobilize is to make something mobile while galvanize is to coat with a thin layer of metal by electrochemical means; to electroplate.

Galvanize vs Provoke - What's the difference?

galvanize | provoke |


As verbs the difference between galvanize and provoke

is that galvanize is to coat with a thin layer of metal by electrochemical means; to electroplate while provoke is to cause someone to become annoyed or angry.

Catalyze vs Galvanize - What's the difference?

catalyze | galvanize |


As verbs the difference between catalyze and galvanize

is that catalyze is (senseid)to bring about the catalysis of a chemical reaction while galvanize is to coat with a thin layer of metal by electrochemical means; to electroplate.

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