mould

Mould vs Establish - What's the difference?

mould | establish |


As verbs the difference between mould and establish

is that mould is (british|canadian|australian) while establish is to make stable or firm; to confirm.

As a noun mould

is (british|canadian|australian).

Dies vs Mould - What's the difference?

dies | mould |


As a proper noun dies

is (roman god) one of the protogenoi, the protogenos personification of day she is the daughter of fellow protogenoi, nox/nyx (night) and erebus (darkness), and sister-wife of aether she is the roman counterpart of hemera.

As a noun mould is

(british|canadian|australian).

As a verb mould is

(british|canadian|australian).

Track vs Mould - What's the difference?

track | mould | Related terms |

Track is a related term of mould.


As nouns the difference between track and mould

is that track is a mark left by something that has passed along; as, the track, or wake, of a ship; the track of a meteor; the track of a sled or a wheel while mould is (british|canadian|australian).

As verbs the difference between track and mould

is that track is to observe the (measured) state of an object over time while mould is (british|canadian|australian).

Mould vs Mode - What's the difference?

mould | mode |


As nouns the difference between mould and mode

is that mould is (british|canadian|australian) while mode is fashion, trend.

As a verb mould

is (british|canadian|australian).

Mould vs Manufacture - What's the difference?

mould | manufacture | Related terms |

Mould is a related term of manufacture.


As verbs the difference between mould and manufacture

is that mould is (british|canadian|australian) while manufacture is .

As a noun mould

is (british|canadian|australian).

Mould vs Genus - What's the difference?

mould | genus | Related terms |

Mould is a related term of genus.


As nouns the difference between mould and genus

is that mould is (british|canadian|australian) while genus is .

As a verb mould

is (british|canadian|australian).

Bacteria vs Mould - What's the difference?

bacteria | mould |


As an adjective bacteria

is bacterial.

As a noun mould is

(british|canadian|australian).

As a verb mould is

(british|canadian|australian).

Limescale vs Mould - What's the difference?

limescale | mould |


As nouns the difference between limescale and mould

is that limescale is a white, chalky deposit of calcium carbonate found in kettles, washing machines etc, especially in a hard water area while mould is (british|canadian|australian).

As a verb mould is

(british|canadian|australian).

Timescale vs Mould - What's the difference?

timescale | mould |


As nouns the difference between timescale and mould

is that timescale is while mould is (british|canadian|australian).

As a verb mould is

(british|canadian|australian).

Mould vs Fungus - What's the difference?

mould | fungus |


As nouns the difference between mould and fungus

is that mould is (british|canadian|australian) while fungus is any member of the kingdom fungi; a eukaryotic organism typically having chitin cell walls but no chlorophyll or plastids fungi may be unicellular or multicellular.

As a verb mould

is (british|canadian|australian).

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