hose

Hose vs Connector - What's the difference?

hose | connector |


As nouns the difference between hose and connector

is that hose is (countable) a flexible tube conveying water or other fluid while connector is one who connects.

As a verb hose

is to water or spray with a hose.

Hose vs Gaskin - What's the difference?

hose | gaskin |


As nouns the difference between hose and gaskin

is that hose is (countable) a flexible tube conveying water or other fluid while gaskin is (in the plural) trousers, hose.

As a verb hose

is to water or spray with a hose.

Hose vs Edge - What's the difference?

hose | edge |


As nouns the difference between hose and edge

is that hose is (countable) a flexible tube conveying water or other fluid while edge is the boundary line of a surface.

As verbs the difference between hose and edge

is that hose is to water or spray with a hose while edge is to move an object slowly and carefully in a particular direction.

Hose vs Dust - What's the difference?

hose | dust |


In context|countable|lang=en terms the difference between hose and dust

is that hose is (countable) a flexible tube conveying water or other fluid while dust is (countable) the act of cleaning by dusting.

In context|uncountable|lang=en terms the difference between hose and dust

is that hose is (uncountable) a stocking-like garment worn on the legs; pantyhose, women's tights while dust is (uncountable) fine, dry particles of matter found in the air and covering the surface of objects, typically consisting of soil lifted up by the wind, pollen, hair, etc.

As nouns the difference between hose and dust

is that hose is (countable) a flexible tube conveying water or other fluid while dust is (uncountable) fine, dry particles of matter found in the air and covering the surface of objects, typically consisting of soil lifted up by the wind, pollen, hair, etc.

As verbs the difference between hose and dust

is that hose is to water or spray with a hose while dust is to remove dust from.

Hose vs Bibcock - What's the difference?

hose | bibcock |


As nouns the difference between hose and bibcock

is that hose is (countable) a flexible tube conveying water or other fluid while bibcock is an appliance allowing the provision of hose connections outside of buildings.

As a verb hose

is to water or spray with a hose.

Shoe vs Hose - What's the difference?

shoe | hose | Anagrams |

Shoe is an anagram of hose.


As nouns the difference between shoe and hose

is that shoe is a protective covering for the foot, with a bottom part composed of thick leather or plastic sole and often a thicker heel, and a softer upper part made of leather or synthetic material shoes generally do not extend above the ankle, as opposed to boots, which do while hose is (countable) a flexible tube conveying water or other fluid.

As verbs the difference between shoe and hose

is that shoe is to put shoes on one's feet while hose is to water or spray with a hose.

Hoes vs Hose - What's the difference?

hoes | hose | Anagrams |

Hose is an anagram of hoes.

Hoes is an anagram of hose.


As nouns the difference between hoes and hose

is that hoes is while hose is (countable) a flexible tube conveying water or other fluid.

As verbs the difference between hoes and hose

is that hoes is (hoe) while hose is to water or spray with a hose.

Firearm vs Hose - What's the difference?

firearm | hose |


As nouns the difference between firearm and hose

is that firearm is a personal weapon that uses explosive powder to propel a metal (usually lead) projectile while hose is (countable) a flexible tube conveying water or other fluid.

As a verb hose is

to water or spray with a hose.

Spray vs Hose - What's the difference?

spray | hose |


As nouns the difference between spray and hose

is that spray is a fine, gentle, dispersed mist of liquid while hose is (countable) a flexible tube conveying water or other fluid.

As verbs the difference between spray and hose

is that spray is to project a liquid in a dispersive manner while hose is to water or spray with a hose.

Breeches vs Hose - What's the difference?

breeches | hose |


As nouns the difference between breeches and hose

is that breeches is while hose is (countable) a flexible tube conveying water or other fluid.

As a verb hose is

to water or spray with a hose.

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