motorboat

Motorboat vs Raft - What's the difference?

motorboat | raft |


As nouns the difference between motorboat and raft

is that motorboat is (nautical) any vessel driven by an engine (either inboard or outboard), but especially a small one while raft is a flat structure made of planks, barrels etc, that floats on water, and is used for transport, emergencies or a platform for swimmers or raft can be a large (but unspecified) number, a lot.

As verbs the difference between motorboat and raft

is that motorboat is (slang) to place one's head between a woman's breasts and make the sound of a motorboat with one's lips whilst moving the head from side to side while raft is to convey on a raft or raft can be (reave).

Motorboat vs Pwc - What's the difference?

motorboat | pwc |


As a noun motorboat

is (nautical) any vessel driven by an engine (either inboard or outboard), but especially a small one.

As a verb motorboat

is (slang) to place one's head between a woman's breasts and make the sound of a motorboat with one's lips whilst moving the head from side to side.

As an initialism pwc is

personal]] water [[craft|craft.

Motorboat vs Sailboat - What's the difference?

motorboat | sailboat |


As nouns the difference between motorboat and sailboat

is that motorboat is (nautical) any vessel driven by an engine (either inboard or outboard), but especially a small one while sailboat is a boat propelled by sails.

As a verb motorboat

is (slang) to place one's head between a woman's breasts and make the sound of a motorboat with one's lips whilst moving the head from side to side.

Yacht vs Motorboat - What's the difference?

yacht | motorboat |


As nouns the difference between yacht and motorboat

is that yacht is now less common alternative spelling of jacht while motorboat is (nautical) any vessel driven by an engine (either inboard or outboard), but especially a small one.

As a verb motorboat is

(slang) to place one's head between a woman's breasts and make the sound of a motorboat with one's lips whilst moving the head from side to side.

Motorboat - What does it mean?

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Steamboat vs Motorboat - What's the difference?

steamboat | motorboat |


As nouns the difference between steamboat and motorboat

is that steamboat is a boat or vessel propelled by steam power while motorboat is (nautical) any vessel driven by an engine (either inboard or outboard), but especially a small one.

As verbs the difference between steamboat and motorboat

is that steamboat is to travel by steamboat while motorboat is (slang) to place one's head between a woman's breasts and make the sound of a motorboat with one's lips whilst moving the head from side to side.

Motorboat vs Powerboatampflash - What's the difference?

motorboat | powerboatampflash |

Taxonomy vs Motorboat - What's the difference?

taxonomy | motorboat |


As nouns the difference between taxonomy and motorboat

is that taxonomy is the science or the technique used to make a classification while motorboat is (nautical) any vessel driven by an engine (either inboard or outboard), but especially a small one.

As a verb motorboat is

(slang) to place one's head between a woman's breasts and make the sound of a motorboat with one's lips whilst moving the head from side to side.

Motorboat vs Stinkpot - What's the difference?

motorboat | stinkpot |


In slang|lang=en terms the difference between motorboat and stinkpot

is that motorboat is (slang) to place one's head between a woman's breasts and make the sound of a motorboat with one's lips whilst moving the head from side to side while stinkpot is (slang) a motorboat (usually used by sailors).

As nouns the difference between motorboat and stinkpot

is that motorboat is (nautical) any vessel driven by an engine (either inboard or outboard), but especially a small one while stinkpot is an annoying, bad or undesirable person.

As a verb motorboat

is (slang) to place one's head between a woman's breasts and make the sound of a motorboat with one's lips whilst moving the head from side to side.

Motorboat vs Mobile - What's the difference?

motorboat | mobile |


As nouns the difference between motorboat and mobile

is that motorboat is (nautical) any vessel driven by an engine (either inboard or outboard), but especially a small one while mobile is a sculpture or decorative arrangement made of items hanging so that they can move independently from each other ().

As a verb motorboat

is (slang) to place one's head between a woman's breasts and make the sound of a motorboat with one's lips whilst moving the head from side to side.

As an adjective mobile is

capable of being moved.

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