notch

Nook vs Notch - What's the difference?

nook | notch |


As nouns the difference between nook and notch

is that nook is a small corner formed by two walls; an alcove or recess or ancone while notch is a v-shaped cut.

As a verb notch is

to cut a notch in (something).

Notch vs Win - What's the difference?

notch | win |


As nouns the difference between notch and win

is that notch is a v-shaped cut while win is pleasure; joy; delight or win can be gain; profit; income.

As verbs the difference between notch and win

is that notch is to cut a notch in (something) while win is to conquer, defeat.

Tick vs Notch - What's the difference?

tick | notch |


In informal|lang=en terms the difference between tick and notch

is that tick is (informal) to work or operate, especially mechanically while notch is (informal) a level or degree.

As nouns the difference between tick and notch

is that tick is a tiny woodland arachnid of the suborder ixodida or tick can be a relatively quiet but sharp sound generally made repeatedly by moving machinery or tick can be (uncountable) ticking or tick can be (uk|colloquial) credit, trust while notch is a v-shaped cut.

As verbs the difference between tick and notch

is that tick is to make a clicking noise similar to the movement of the hands in an analog clock or tick can be to go on trust, or credit while notch is to cut a notch in (something).

Notch vs Detent - What's the difference?

notch | detent |


As nouns the difference between notch and detent

is that notch is a v-shaped cut while detent is that which locks or unlocks a movement; a catch, pawl, or dog; especially, in clockwork, the catch which locks and unlocks the wheelwork in striking.

As verbs the difference between notch and detent

is that notch is to cut a notch in (something) while detent is the action of creating a detent mechanism to lock or unlock movement.

Sinus vs Notch - What's the difference?

sinus | notch |


As nouns the difference between sinus and notch

is that sinus is sine (abbreviated form: sin ) while notch is a v-shaped cut.

As a verb notch is

to cut a notch in (something).

Notch vs Meatus - What's the difference?

notch | meatus |


As nouns the difference between notch and meatus

is that notch is a v-shaped cut while meatus is (anatomy) a tubular opening or passage in the body.

As a verb notch

is to cut a notch in (something).

Notch vs Chamfer - What's the difference?

notch | chamfer |


In lang=en terms the difference between notch and chamfer

is that notch is to achieve (something) while chamfer is to cut a groove in something; to flute.

As nouns the difference between notch and chamfer

is that notch is a v-shaped cut while chamfer is (woodworking|engineering|drafting|cad) an obtuse-angled relief or cut at an edge added for a finished appearance and to break sharp edges.

As verbs the difference between notch and chamfer

is that notch is to cut a notch in (something) while chamfer is to cut off the edge or corner of something; to bevel.

Notch vs Rank - What's the difference?

notch | rank |


As a noun notch

is a v-shaped cut.

As a verb notch

is to cut a notch in (something).

As an adjective rank is

heavy, serious, grievous.

Notch vs Carve - What's the difference?

notch | carve |


As nouns the difference between notch and carve

is that notch is a v-shaped cut while carve is (obsolete) a carucate.

As verbs the difference between notch and carve

is that notch is to cut a notch in (something) while carve is (archaic) to cut.

Notch vs Grooving - What's the difference?

notch | grooving |


As nouns the difference between notch and grooving

is that notch is a v-shaped cut while grooving is a groove; a long indentation.

As verbs the difference between notch and grooving

is that notch is to cut a notch in (something) while grooving is .

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