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Car vs Heat - What's the difference?

car | heat |


As nouns the difference between car and heat

is that car is friend while heat is (military) high explosive antitank: a munition using a high explosive shaped charge to breach armour.

As a verb car

is (lb).

Heat vs Boom - What's the difference?

heat | boom |


As nouns the difference between heat and boom

is that heat is (military) high explosive antitank: a munition using a high explosive shaped charge to breach armour while boom is .

Heat vs Tepid - What's the difference?

heat | tepid |


As a noun heat

is (military) high explosive antitank: a munition using a high explosive shaped charge to breach armour.

As an adjective tepid is

lukewarm; neither warm nor cool.

Heat vs Pressure - What's the difference?

heat | pressure |


As a noun heat

is (military) high explosive antitank: a munition using a high explosive shaped charge to breach armour.

As a verb pressure is

.

As an adjective pressure is

squeezed.

Heat vs Humid - What's the difference?

heat | humid |


As a noun heat

is (military) high explosive antitank: a munition using a high explosive shaped charge to breach armour.

As an adjective humid is

containing sensible moisture (usually describing air or atmosphere); damp; moist; somewhat wet or watery; as, humid earth; consisting of water or vapor.

Heat vs Cod - What's the difference?

heat | cod |


As a noun heat

is (military) high explosive antitank: a munition using a high explosive shaped charge to breach armour.

Heat vs Temple - What's the difference?

heat | temple |


As a noun heat

is (military) high explosive antitank: a munition using a high explosive shaped charge to breach armour.

As a proper noun temple is

.

Dislike vs Heat - What's the difference?

dislike | heat |


As nouns the difference between dislike and heat

is that dislike is an attitude or a feeling of distaste or aversion while heat is (military) high explosive antitank: a munition using a high explosive shaped charge to breach armour.

As a verb dislike

is (obsolete|transitive) to displease; to offend (in third-person only).

Incubate vs Heat - What's the difference?

incubate | heat |


As a verb incubate

is to brood, raise, or maintain eggs, organisms, or living tissue through the provision of ideal environmental conditions.

As a noun heat is

(military) high explosive antitank: a munition using a high explosive shaped charge to breach armour.

Heat vs Warn - What's the difference?

heat | warn |


As a noun heat

is (military) high explosive antitank: a munition using a high explosive shaped charge to breach armour.

As a verb warn is

to make (someone) aware of impending danger etc or warn can be (label) to refuse, deny (someone something).

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