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Outboard vs Onboard - What's the difference?

outboard | onboard | Related terms |

Outboard is a related term of onboard.


As adjectives the difference between outboard and onboard

is that outboard is situated outside the hull of a vessel while onboard is carried or used on or in a vehicle or vessel.

As a noun outboard

is an outboard motor.

As a adverb onboard is

on or in a vehicle or vessel; aboard; on board.

Outboard vs Seagull - What's the difference?

outboard | seagull |


As nouns the difference between outboard and seagull

is that outboard is an outboard motor while seagull is any of several white, often dark backed birds of the family laridae having long pointed wings and short legs.

As a adjective outboard

is situated outside the hull of a vessel.

As a verb seagull is

to run in the back line rather than concentrate on primary positional duties in open play.

Outboard vs Tally - What's the difference?

outboard | tally |


As adjectives the difference between outboard and tally

is that outboard is situated outside the hull of a vessel while tally is (british) used as a mild intensifier: very (almost exclusively used by the upper classes).

As nouns the difference between outboard and tally

is that outboard is an outboard motor while tally is originally, a piece of wood on which notches or scores were cut, as the marks of number;.

As a verb tally is

to count something.

As a adverb tally is

(obsolete) in a tall way; stoutly; with spirit.

What is the difference between outboard and boom?

outboard | boom |


As nouns the difference between outboard and boom

is that outboard is an outboard motor while boom is a low-pitched, resonant sound, such as of an explosion or boom can be (nautical) a spar extending the foot of a sail; a spar rigged outboard from a ship's side to which boats are secured in harbour or boom can be (economics|business) a period of prosperity or high market activity.

As a adjective outboard

is situated outside the hull of a vessel.

As a verb boom is

to make a loud, resonant sound or boom can be to extend, or push, with a boom or pole or boom can be to be prosperous.

As a interjection boom is

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What is the difference between outboard and board?

outboard | board | Derived terms |

Outboard is a derived term of board.


As nouns the difference between outboard and board

is that outboard is an outboard motor while board is a relatively long, wide and thin piece of sawn wood or similar material, usually intended for use in construction or board can be (basketball|informal) a rebound.

As a adjective outboard

is situated outside the hull of a vessel.

As a verb board is

to step or climb onto or otherwise enter a ship, aircraft, train or other conveyance.

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