liner

Container vs Liner - What's the difference?

container | liner |


As a noun container

is a big container made of metal.

Liner vs Layer - What's the difference?

liner | layer |


As a noun layer is

a single thickness of some material covering a surface.

As a verb layer is

(ambitransitive) to cut or divide (something) into layers.

Yacht vs Liner - What's the difference?

yacht | liner |


As a noun yacht

is now less common alternative spelling of jacht.

Shim vs Liner - What's the difference?

shim | liner |


As a noun shim

is a wedge or shim can be (informal|often|derogatory) a person characterised by both male and female traits, or by ambiguous male-female traits, also called a he-she; transsexual.

As a verb shim

is to fit one or more shims to a piece of machinery.

Liner vs Shader - What's the difference?

liner | shader |


As a noun shader is

one who, or that which, shades.

Bag vs Liner - What's the difference?

bag | liner |


As a noun bag

is a flexible container made of cloth, paper, plastic, etc.

As a verb bag

is to put into a bag.

Liner vs Ferry - What's the difference?

liner | ferry |


As a noun ferry is

a ship used to transport people, smaller vehicles and goods from one port to another, usually on a regular schedule.

As a verb ferry is

to carry; transport; convey.

Insert vs Liner - What's the difference?

insert | liner |


As a noun insert

is a key that when pressed switches between the overtype mode and the insert mode of a computer.

Pad vs Liner - What's the difference?

pad | liner |


As a noun pad

is fall (move to a lower position).

Feeder vs Liner - What's the difference?

feeder | liner |


As a noun feeder

is that which feeds.

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