gunmetal

Gunmetal vs Forging - What's the difference?

gunmetal | forging |


As nouns the difference between gunmetal and forging

is that gunmetal is an alloy of 88% copper, 10% tin and 2% zinc, originally used for making guns while forging is a component that is forged (shaped by heating and hammering).

As a verb forging is

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Gunmetal vs Silver - What's the difference?

gunmetal | silver |


As a noun gunmetal

is an alloy of 88% copper, 10% tin and 2% zinc, originally used for making guns.

As a proper noun silver is

for a silversmith or a rich man, or for someone having silvery gray hair or living by a silvery brook.

Gunmetal vs Steel - What's the difference?

gunmetal | steel |


As nouns the difference between gunmetal and steel

is that gunmetal is an alloy of 88% copper, 10% tin and 2% zinc, originally used for making guns while steel is (uncountable) an artificial metal produced from iron, harder and more elastic than elemental iron; used figuratively as a symbol of hardness.

As an adjective steel is

made of steel.

As a verb steel is

to edge, cover, or point with steel.

As a proper noun steel is

(uk|crime|slang|obsolete) in london, closed in 1877.

Gunmetal vs Bronze - What's the difference?

gunmetal | bronze |


As nouns the difference between gunmetal and bronze

is that gunmetal is an alloy of 88% copper, 10% tin and 2% zinc, originally used for making guns while bronze is bronze.

Gunmetal vs Metal - What's the difference?

gunmetal | metal |


As nouns the difference between gunmetal and metal

is that gunmetal is an alloy of 88% copper, 10% tin and 2% zinc, originally used for making guns while metal is heavy metal (music).

Gunmetal - What does it mean?

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Gray vs Gunmetal - What's the difference?

gray | gunmetal |


As a proper noun gray

is ; originally a nickname for someone with a gray beard or hair.

As a noun gunmetal is

an alloy of 88% copper, 10% tin and 2% zinc, originally used for making guns.

Wikidiffcom vs Gunmetal - What's the difference?

wikidiffcom | gunmetal |


As a noun gunmetal is

an alloy of 88% copper, 10% tin and 2% zinc, originally used for making guns.

Brass vs Gunmetal - What's the difference?

brass | gunmetal |


As nouns the difference between brass and gunmetal

is that brass is thymus while gunmetal is an alloy of 88% copper, 10% tin and 2% zinc, originally used for making guns.

Colour vs Gunmetal - What's the difference?

colour | gunmetal |


As nouns the difference between colour and gunmetal

is that colour is (uncountable) the spectral composition of visible light while gunmetal is an alloy of 88% copper, 10% tin and 2% zinc, originally used for making guns.

As a adjective colour

is conveying colour, as opposed to shades of grey.

As a verb colour

is to give something colour.

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