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Touch vs Ketchup - What's the difference?

touch | ketchup |


As nouns the difference between touch and ketchup

is that touch is an act of touching, especially with the hand or finger while ketchup is .

As a verb touch

is primarily physical senses.

Ketchup vs Owen - What's the difference?

ketchup | owen |


As a noun ketchup

is .

As a proper noun owen is

of (etyl) origin, possibly derived from eugene, cognate to gaelic.

Ketchup vs Mayonnaise - What's the difference?

ketchup | mayonnaise |


As nouns the difference between ketchup and mayonnaise

is that ketchup is while mayonnaise is .

Feces vs Ketchup - What's the difference?

feces | ketchup |


As nouns the difference between feces and ketchup

is that feces is digested waste material (typically solid or semi-solid) discharged from the bowels; excrement while ketchup is a tomato-vinegar based sauce.

As a verb ketchup is

{{cx|transitive|lang=en}} To cover with ketchup.

Caca vs Ketchup - What's the difference?

caca | ketchup |


As a proper noun Caca

is goddess of the hearth.

As a noun ketchup is

a tomato-vinegar based sauce.

As a verb ketchup is

{{cx|transitive|lang=en}} To cover with ketchup.

Ketchup vs Dude - What's the difference?

ketchup | dude |


As nouns the difference between ketchup and dude

is that ketchup is while dude is gum or dude can be ripe blackberry.

Ketchup vs Sand - What's the difference?

ketchup | sand |


In uncountable terms the difference between ketchup and sand

is that ketchup is a tomato-vinegar based sauce while sand is rock that is ground more finely than gravel, but is not as fine as silt (more formally, see grain sizes chart), forming beaches and deserts and also used in construction.

As an adjective sand is

of a light beige colour, like that of typical sand.

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