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Hoist vs Heighten - What's the difference?

hoist | heighten | Related terms |

Hoist is a related term of heighten.


As verbs the difference between hoist and heighten

is that hoist is to raise; to lift; to elevate; especially, to raise or lift to a desired elevation, by means of tackle or pulley, as a sail, a flag, a heavy package or weight while heighten is to make high; to raise higher; to elevate.

As a noun hoist

is a hoisting device, such as pulley or crane.

Hoist vs Elate - What's the difference?

hoist | elate | Related terms |

Hoist is a related term of elate.


In lang=en terms the difference between hoist and elate

is that hoist is to be lifted up while elate is to lift up; raise; elevate.

As verbs the difference between hoist and elate

is that hoist is to raise; to lift; to elevate; especially, to raise or lift to a desired elevation, by means of tackle or pulley, as a sail, a flag, a heavy package or weight while elate is to make joyful or proud.

As a noun hoist

is a hoisting device, such as pulley or crane.

As an adjective elate is

elated; exultant.

Hoist vs Hoister - What's the difference?

hoist | hoister |


As nouns the difference between hoist and hoister

is that hoist is a hoisting device, such as pulley or crane while hoister is one who, or that which, hoists.

As a verb hoist

is to raise; to lift; to elevate; especially, to raise or lift to a desired elevation, by means of tackle or pulley, as a sail, a flag, a heavy package or weight.

Hoist vs Stand - What's the difference?

hoist | stand |


As nouns the difference between hoist and stand

is that hoist is a hoisting device, such as pulley or crane while stand is stall, booth, bench, stand (place to sell items or make deals).

As a verb hoist

is to raise; to lift; to elevate; especially, to raise or lift to a desired elevation, by means of tackle or pulley, as a sail, a flag, a heavy package or weight.

Dignify vs Hoist - What's the difference?

dignify | hoist | Related terms |

Dignify is a related term of hoist.


As verbs the difference between dignify and hoist

is that dignify is to invest with dignity or honour while hoist is to raise; to lift; to elevate; especially, to raise or lift to a desired elevation, by means of tackle or pulley, as a sail, a flag, a heavy package or weight.

As a noun hoist is

a hoisting device, such as pulley or crane.

Exalt vs Hoist - What's the difference?

exalt | hoist | Related terms |

Exalt is a related term of hoist.


In lang=en terms the difference between exalt and hoist

is that exalt is to honor; to hold in high esteem while hoist is to be lifted up.

As verbs the difference between exalt and hoist

is that exalt is to honor; to hold in high esteem while hoist is to raise; to lift; to elevate; especially, to raise or lift to a desired elevation, by means of tackle or pulley, as a sail, a flag, a heavy package or weight.

As a noun hoist is

a hoisting device, such as pulley or crane.

Hoist vs Flush - What's the difference?

hoist | flush | Related terms |

Hoist is a related term of flush.


In lang=en terms the difference between hoist and flush

is that hoist is to be lifted up while flush is to excite, inflame.

As verbs the difference between hoist and flush

is that hoist is to raise; to lift; to elevate; especially, to raise or lift to a desired elevation, by means of tackle or pulley, as a sail, a flag, a heavy package or weight while flush is to cause to take flight from concealment or flush can be to cleanse by flooding with generous quantities of a fluid.

As nouns the difference between hoist and flush

is that hoist is a hoisting device, such as pulley or crane while flush is a group of birds that have suddenly started up from undergrowth, trees etc or flush can be a sudden flowing; a rush which fills or overflows, as of water for cleansing purposes or flush can be (poker) a hand consisting of all cards with the same suit.

As an adjective flush is

smooth, even, aligned; not sticking out.

Hoist vs Lug - What's the difference?

hoist | lug | Related terms |

Hoist is a related term of lug.


As a verb hoist

is to raise; to lift; to elevate; especially, to raise or lift to a desired elevation, by means of tackle or pulley, as a sail, a flag, a heavy package or weight.

As a noun hoist

is a hoisting device, such as pulley or crane.

As an initialism lug is

(computing) (linux) user group.

Crank vs Hoist - What's the difference?

crank | hoist |


In lang=en terms the difference between crank and hoist

is that crank is to be running at a high level of output or effort while hoist is to be lifted up.

As nouns the difference between crank and hoist

is that crank is a bent piece of an axle or shaft, or an attached arm perpendicular, or nearly so, to the end of a shaft or wheel, used to impart a rotation to a wheel or other mechanical device; also used to change circular into reciprocating motion, or reciprocating into circular motion while hoist is a hoisting device, such as pulley or crane.

As verbs the difference between crank and hoist

is that crank is to turn by means of a crank while hoist is to raise; to lift; to elevate; especially, to raise or lift to a desired elevation, by means of tackle or pulley, as a sail, a flag, a heavy package or weight.

As an adjective crank

is (slang) strange, weird, odd.

Hoist vs Tow - What's the difference?

hoist | tow |


In lang=en terms the difference between hoist and tow

is that hoist is to be lifted up while tow is to pull something behind one using a line or chain; to haul.

As verbs the difference between hoist and tow

is that hoist is to raise; to lift; to elevate; especially, to raise or lift to a desired elevation, by means of tackle or pulley, as a sail, a flag, a heavy package or weight while tow is to pull something behind one using a line or chain; to haul.

As nouns the difference between hoist and tow

is that hoist is a hoisting device, such as pulley or crane while tow is the act of towing and the condition of being towed or tow can be an untwisted bundle of fibers such as , flax, hemp or jute.

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