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Hammer vs Hyponymy - What's the difference?

hammer | hyponymy |


As a verb hammer

is .

As a noun hyponymy is

(semantics) the semantic relation between hyponyms; the quality of being hyponymous.

Giraffe vs Hammer - What's the difference?

giraffe | hammer |


As a proper noun giraffe

is camelopardalis.

As a verb hammer is

.

Hammer vs Nails - What's the difference?

hammer | nails |


As a verb hammer

is .

As a noun nails is

.

Hammer vs Bridge - What's the difference?

hammer | bridge |


As a verb hammer

is .

Hammer vs Steel - What's the difference?

hammer | steel |


As verbs the difference between hammer and steel

is that hammer is while steel is to edge, cover, or point with steel.

As a noun 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 proper noun steel is

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

Tyre vs Hammer - What's the difference?

tyre | hammer |


As a proper noun tyre

is an ancient sea port and city state of phoenecia, in present-day lebanon.

As a verb hammer is

.

Hammer vs Tire - What's the difference?

hammer | tire |


As a verb hammer

is .

As a noun tire is

bundle, skein, hank.

Hammer vs Dickhead - What's the difference?

hammer | dickhead |


As a verb hammer

is .

As a noun dickhead is

(vulgar|colloquial) the glans penis.

Cobbler vs Hammer - What's the difference?

cobbler | hammer |


As a noun cobbler

is a person who repairs shoes.

As a verb hammer is

.

Slammer vs Hammer - What's the difference?

slammer | hammer |


As a noun slammer

is one who, or that which, slams.

As a verb hammer is

.

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