grease

Grease vs Greased - What's the difference?

grease | greased |


As verbs the difference between grease and greased

is that grease is to put grease or fat on something, especially in order to lubricate while greased is (grease).

As a noun grease

is animal fat in a melted or soft state.

Grease vs Greave - What's the difference?

grease | greave |


In obsolete|lang=en terms the difference between grease and greave

is that grease is (obsolete) to cheat or cozen; to overreach while greave is (obsolete) a ditch or trench.

As nouns the difference between grease and greave

is that grease is animal fat in a melted or soft state while greave is (obsolete) a bush; a tree; a grove or greave can be (obsolete) a ditch or trench or greave can be a piece of armour that protects the leg, especially the shin.

As verbs the difference between grease and greave

is that grease is to put grease or fat on something, especially in order to lubricate while greave is (nautical|transitive) to clean (a ship's bottom); to grave.

Grease vs Urease - What's the difference?

grease | urease |


As nouns the difference between grease and urease

is that grease is animal fat in a melted or soft state while urease is urease.

As a verb grease

is to put grease or fat on something, especially in order to lubricate.

Grease vs Crease - What's the difference?

grease | crease |


In lang=en terms the difference between grease and crease

is that grease is to put grease or fat on something, especially in order to lubricate while crease is to lightly bloody; to graze.

As nouns the difference between grease and crease

is that grease is animal fat in a melted or soft state while crease is a line or mark made by folding or doubling any pliable substance; hence, a similar mark, however produced or crease can be .

As verbs the difference between grease and crease

is that grease is to put grease or fat on something, especially in order to lubricate while crease is to make a crease in; to wrinkle.

Grease vs Begrease - What's the difference?

grease | begrease |


In lang=en terms the difference between grease and begrease

is that grease is to put grease or fat on something, especially in order to lubricate while begrease is to soil or daub with grease or other oily matter.

As verbs the difference between grease and begrease

is that grease is to put grease or fat on something, especially in order to lubricate while begrease is to soil or daub with grease or other oily matter.

As a noun grease

is animal fat in a melted or soft state.

Grease vs Enlard - What's the difference?

grease | enlard |


As verbs the difference between grease and enlard

is that grease is to put grease or fat on something, especially in order to lubricate while enlard is to cover or dress with lard or grease.

As a noun grease

is animal fat in a melted or soft state.

Grease vs Regrease - What's the difference?

grease | regrease |


In lang=en terms the difference between grease and regrease

is that grease is to put grease or fat on something, especially in order to lubricate while regrease is to grease again.

As verbs the difference between grease and regrease

is that grease is to put grease or fat on something, especially in order to lubricate while regrease is to grease again.

As a noun grease

is animal fat in a melted or soft state.

Grease vs Greaselike - What's the difference?

grease | greaselike |


As a noun grease

is animal fat in a melted or soft state.

As a verb grease

is to put grease or fat on something, especially in order to lubricate.

As an adjective greaselike is

resembling or characteristic of grease.

Grease vs Ungrease - What's the difference?

grease | ungrease |


In lang=en terms the difference between grease and ungrease

is that grease is to put grease or fat on something, especially in order to lubricate while ungrease is to remove grease from.

As verbs the difference between grease and ungrease

is that grease is to put grease or fat on something, especially in order to lubricate while ungrease is to remove grease from.

As a noun grease

is animal fat in a melted or soft state.

Grease vs Coom - What's the difference?

grease | coom |


As nouns the difference between grease and coom

is that grease is animal fat in a melted or soft state while coom is soot, smut.

As verbs the difference between grease and coom

is that grease is to put grease or fat on something, especially in order to lubricate while coom is .

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