longshoreman

Stevedore vs Longshoreman - What's the difference?

stevedore | longshoreman |


As nouns the difference between stevedore and longshoreman

is that stevedore is a dockworker involved in loading and unloading cargo while longshoreman is a man employed to load and unload ships.

As a verb stevedore

is to load or unload a ship's cargo.

Porter vs Longshoreman - What's the difference?

porter | longshoreman |


As nouns the difference between porter and longshoreman

is that porter is (l) while longshoreman is a man employed to load and unload ships.

Longshoremen vs Longshoreman - What's the difference?

longshoremen | longshoreman |


As nouns the difference between longshoremen and longshoreman

is that longshoremen is while longshoreman is a man employed to load and unload ships.

Taxonomy vs Longshoreman - What's the difference?

taxonomy | longshoreman |


As nouns the difference between taxonomy and longshoreman

is that taxonomy is the science or the technique used to make a classification while longshoreman is a man employed to load and unload ships.

Longshoreman vs Alongshoreman - What's the difference?

longshoreman | alongshoreman | Derived terms |

Longshoreman is a derived term of alongshoreman.


As nouns the difference between longshoreman and alongshoreman

is that longshoreman is a man employed to load and unload ships while alongshoreman is (archaic).

Longshoreman vs Longshorewoman - What's the difference?

longshoreman | longshorewoman |


As nouns the difference between longshoreman and longshorewoman

is that longshoreman is a man employed to load and unload ships while longshorewoman is a woman employed to load and unload ships; the female equivalent of a longshoreman.

Longshoreman vs Dockworker - What's the difference?

longshoreman | dockworker |


As nouns the difference between longshoreman and dockworker

is that longshoreman is a man employed to load and unload ships while dockworker is a person who works on the dock of a harbor or shipyard, usually employed to load or unload freight.

Longshoreman vs Docker - What's the difference?

longshoreman | docker | Hyponyms |

Longshoreman is a hyponym of docker.


As nouns the difference between longshoreman and docker

is that longshoreman is a man employed to load and unload ships while docker is one who performs docking, as of tails or docker can be a dockworker.

Stevadore vs Longshoreman - What's the difference?

stevadore | longshoreman |

Longshoreman vs Longshore - What's the difference?

longshoreman | longshore | Derived terms |

Longshoreman is a derived term of longshore.


As a noun longshoreman

is a man employed to load and unload ships.

As a adjective longshore is

of, relating to, or living along a seacoast.

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