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Line vs Crumple - What's the difference?

line | crumple |


As nouns the difference between line and crumple

is that line is line while crumple is a crease, wrinkle, or irregular fold.

As a verb crumple is

to rumple; to press into wrinkles by crushing together.

Line vs Slant - What's the difference?

line | slant |


As nouns the difference between line and slant

is that line is line while slant is a slope or incline.

As a verb slant is

to lean, tilt or incline.

Line vs Saline - What's the difference?

line | saline |


As nouns the difference between line and saline

is that line is line while saline is salt pan (salt evaporation pond).

Line vs Genotype - What's the difference?

line | genotype |


As nouns the difference between line and genotype

is that line is line while genotype is genotype.

Label vs Line - What's the difference?

label | line |


As nouns the difference between label and line

is that label is a small ticket or sign giving information about something to which it is attached or intended to be attached while line is line.

As a verb label

is to put a label (a ticket or sign) on (something).

Duct vs Line - What's the difference?

duct | line |


As nouns the difference between duct and line

is that duct is a pipe, tube or canal which carries gas or liquid from one place to another while line is line.

As a verb duct

is to channel something through a duct (or series of ducts).

Line vs Case - What's the difference?

line | case |


As nouns the difference between line and case

is that line is line while case is (label) abstract feature of a noun phrase that determines its function in a sentence, such as a grammatical case and a position.

Line vs Machine - What's the difference?

line | machine |


As a noun line

is line.

As a verb machine is

.

Halyard vs Line - What's the difference?

halyard | line |


As nouns the difference between halyard and line

is that halyard is (nautical) a rope used to raise or lower a sail, flag, spar or yard while line is line.

Line vs Spell - What's the difference?

line | spell |


As nouns the difference between line and spell

is that line is line while spell is (obsolete) speech, discourse or spell can be (dialectal) a splinter, usually of wood; a spelk or spell can be a shift (of work); a set of workers responsible for a specific turn of labour.

As a verb spell is

(obsolete) to speak, to declaim or spell can be (obsolete) to read (something) as though letter by letter; to peruse slowly or with effort or spell can be to work in place of (someone).

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