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Crack vs Jolt - What's the difference?

crack | jolt | Related terms |

Crack is a related term of jolt.


In lang=en terms the difference between crack and jolt

is that crack is to tell (a joke) while jolt is to shake; to move with a series of jerks.

As verbs the difference between crack and jolt

is that crack is (senseid)to form cracks while jolt is to push or shake abruptly and roughly.

As nouns the difference between crack and jolt

is that crack is (senseid)a thin and usually jagged space opened in a previously solid material while jolt is an act of jolting.

As an adjective crack

is highly trained and competent.

Jolt vs Crash - What's the difference?

jolt | crash | Related terms |

Jolt is a related term of crash.


In lang=en terms the difference between jolt and crash

is that jolt is to shake; to move with a series of jerks while crash is to experience a period of depression and/or lethargy after a period of euphoria, as after the euphoric effect of a psychotropic drug has dissipated.

In slang|lang=en terms the difference between jolt and crash

is that jolt is (slang) a narcotic injection while crash is (slang) (via gatecrash) to attend a social event without invitation.

As verbs the difference between jolt and crash

is that jolt is to push or shake abruptly and roughly while crash is to collide with something destructively, fall or come down violently.

As nouns the difference between jolt and crash

is that jolt is an act of jolting while crash is an automobile, airplane, or other vehicle accident or crash can be (fibre) plain linen.

As an adjective crash is

quick, fast, intensive.

Jolt vs Leap - What's the difference?

jolt | leap |


As nouns the difference between jolt and leap

is that jolt is an act of jolting while leap is (acronym).

As a verb jolt

is to push or shake abruptly and roughly.

Jolt vs Surprised - What's the difference?

jolt | surprised |


As verbs the difference between jolt and surprised

is that jolt is to push or shake abruptly and roughly while surprised is (surprise).

As a noun jolt

is an act of jolting.

As an adjective surprised is

caused to feel surprise, amazement or wonder, or showing an emotion due to an unexpected event.

Slam vs Jolt - What's the difference?

slam | jolt | Related terms |

Slam is a related term of jolt.


In lang=en terms the difference between slam and jolt

is that slam is to change providers (eg of domain registration or telephone carrier) for a customer without clear (if any) consent while jolt is to shake; to move with a series of jerks.

As verbs the difference between slam and jolt

is that slam is (ergative) to shut with sudden force so as to produce a shock and noise or slam can be (card games) to defeat by winning all the tricks of a deal or a hand while jolt is to push or shake abruptly and roughly.

As nouns the difference between slam and jolt

is that slam is (countable) a sudden impact or blow or slam can be (obsolete) a type of card game, also called ruff and honours while jolt is an act of jolting.

Bob vs Jolt - What's the difference?

bob | jolt |


As nouns the difference between bob and jolt

is that bob is broad bean, horse bean while jolt is an act of jolting.

As a verb jolt is

to push or shake abruptly and roughly.

Vibration vs Jolt - What's the difference?

vibration | jolt |


As nouns the difference between vibration and jolt

is that vibration is vibration while jolt is an act of jolting.

As a verb jolt is

to push or shake abruptly and roughly.

Jolt vs Watt - What's the difference?

jolt | watt |


As a verb jolt

is to push or shake abruptly and roughly.

As a noun jolt

is an act of jolting.

As a proper noun watt is

an english and scottish surname derived from the given name wat.

Zap vs Jolt - What's the difference?

zap | jolt |


As nouns the difference between zap and jolt

is that zap is peg, pin, spigot while jolt is an act of jolting.

As a verb jolt is

to push or shake abruptly and roughly.

Jolt vs Run - What's the difference?

jolt | run |


As a verb jolt

is to push or shake abruptly and roughly.

As a noun jolt

is an act of jolting.

As a proper noun run is

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