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Maneuver vs Jockey - What's the difference?

maneuver | jockey |


As nouns the difference between maneuver and jockey

is that maneuver is a movement, often one performed with difficulty while jockey is one who rides racehorses competitively.

As verbs the difference between maneuver and jockey

is that maneuver is to move (something) carefully, and often with difficulty, into a certain position while jockey is to ride (a horse) in a race.

Jock vs Jockey - What's the difference?

jock | jockey | Derived terms |

Jock is a derived term of jockey.


As nouns the difference between jock and jockey

is that jock is (slang|archaic) a common man or jock can be (slang|rare|dated) the penis while jockey is one who rides racehorses competitively.

As verbs the difference between jock and jockey

is that jock is (slang) to masturbate while jockey is to ride (a horse) in a race.

Cheat vs Jockey - What's the difference?

cheat | jockey |


As verbs the difference between cheat and jockey

is that cheat is to violate rules in order to gain advantage from a situation while jockey is to ride (a horse) in a race.

As nouns the difference between cheat and jockey

is that cheat is someone who cheats (informal: cheater) while jockey is one who rides racehorses competitively.

Horse vs Jockey - What's the difference?

horse | jockey |


As nouns the difference between horse and jockey

is that horse is (lb) of, like, or closely associated with the animal equus ferus caballus or horse can be (uncountable|slang|dated) heroin while jockey is one who rides racehorses competitively.

As verbs the difference between horse and jockey

is that horse is to frolic, to act mischievously (usually followed by "around") while jockey is to ride (a horse) in a race.

Dealer vs Jockey - What's the difference?

dealer | jockey |


As nouns the difference between dealer and jockey

is that dealer is one who deals things, especially automobiles; a middleman while jockey is one who rides racehorses competitively.

As a verb jockey is

to ride (a horse) in a race.

Apparatus vs Jockey - What's the difference?

apparatus | jockey |


As nouns the difference between apparatus and jockey

is that apparatus is the entirety of means whereby a specific production is made existent or task accomplished while jockey is one who rides racehorses competitively.

As a verb jockey is

to ride (a horse) in a race.

Machinery vs Jockey - What's the difference?

machinery | jockey |


As nouns the difference between machinery and jockey

is that machinery is the machines constituting a production apparatus, in a plant etc, collectively while jockey is one who rides racehorses competitively.

As a verb jockey is

to ride (a horse) in a race.

Operator vs Jockey - What's the difference?

operator | jockey |


As nouns the difference between operator and jockey

is that operator is one who operates while jockey is one who rides racehorses competitively.

As a verb jockey is

to ride (a horse) in a race.

Racehorse vs Jockey - What's the difference?

racehorse | jockey |


As nouns the difference between racehorse and jockey

is that racehorse is a horse that competes in races while jockey is one who rides racehorses competitively.

As a verb jockey is

to ride (a horse) in a race.

Ride vs Jockey - What's the difference?

ride | jockey |


As verbs the difference between ride and jockey

is that ride is (transitive) to transport oneself by sitting on and directing a horse, later also a bicycle etc while jockey is to ride (a horse) in a race.

As nouns the difference between ride and jockey

is that ride is an instance of riding while jockey is one who rides racehorses competitively.

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