ignition

Ignition vs Flame - What's the difference?

ignition | flame |


As a noun ignition

is the act of igniting.

As a verb flame is

.

Torch vs Ignition - What's the difference?

torch | ignition |


As nouns the difference between torch and ignition

is that torch is a stick with a flame on one end, used chiefly as a light source; a similarly shaped implement with a replaceable supply of flammable material while ignition is the act of igniting.

As a verb torch

is to set fire to, especially by use of a torch (flaming stick).

Ignition vs Combustible - What's the difference?

ignition | combustible |


As nouns the difference between ignition and combustible

is that ignition is the act of igniting while combustible is a material that is capable of burning.

As an adjective combustible is

capable of burning.

Ignition - What does it mean?

ignition | |

Ignition vs Inflammation - What's the difference?

ignition | inflammation |


As nouns the difference between ignition and inflammation

is that ignition is the act of igniting while inflammation is the act of inflaming]], [[kindle|kindling, or setting on fire; also, the state of being inflamed.

Ignition vs Incenercule - What's the difference?

ignition | incenercule |

Ignition vs Conflagration - What's the difference?

ignition | conflagration | Related terms |

Ignition is a related term of conflagration.


As nouns the difference between ignition and conflagration

is that ignition is the act of igniting while conflagration is a large fire extending to many objects, or over a large space; a general burning.

Ignition vs Kindling - What's the difference?

ignition | kindling | Related terms |

Ignition is a related term of kindling.


As nouns the difference between ignition and kindling

is that ignition is the act of igniting while kindling is small pieces of wood and twigs used to start a fire.

As a verb kindling is

.

Ignition vs Flaming - What's the difference?

ignition | flaming | Related terms |

Ignition is a related term of flaming.


As nouns the difference between ignition and flaming

is that ignition is the act of igniting while flaming is sterilization by holding an object in a hot flame.

As an adjective flaming is

on fire with visible flames.

As a verb flaming is

.

Ignition vs Firing - What's the difference?

ignition | firing | Related terms |

Ignition is a related term of firing.


As nouns the difference between ignition and firing

is that ignition is the act of igniting while firing is the process of applying heat or fire, especially to clay etc to produce pottery.

As a verb firing is

.

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