passageway

Passageway vs Null - What's the difference?

passageway | null |


As nouns the difference between passageway and null

is that passageway is a covered walkway, between rooms or buildings while null is zero, nil; the cardinal number before einn.

Street vs Passageway - What's the difference?

street | passageway |


As a proper noun street

is .

As a noun passageway is

a covered walkway, between rooms or buildings.

Passageway vs Footbridge - What's the difference?

passageway | footbridge |


As nouns the difference between passageway and footbridge

is that passageway is a covered walkway, between rooms or buildings while footbridge is a bridge over a road, railway, river, etc for pedestrians.

Passway vs Passageway - What's the difference?

passway | passageway |


As nouns the difference between passway and passageway

is that passway is a way by which one can pass; a road; a route while passageway is a covered walkway, between rooms or buildings.

Tunnel vs Passageway - What's the difference?

tunnel | passageway |


As nouns the difference between tunnel and passageway

is that tunnel is tunnel while passageway is a covered walkway, between rooms or buildings.

Permission vs Passageway - What's the difference?

permission | passageway |


As nouns the difference between permission and passageway

is that permission is authorisation; consent (especially formal consent from someone in authority) while passageway is a covered walkway, between rooms or buildings.

Passageway vs Pavement - What's the difference?

passageway | pavement | Related terms |

Passageway is a related term of pavement.


As nouns the difference between passageway and pavement

is that passageway is a covered walkway, between rooms or buildings while pavement is any paved floor.

Passageway - What does it mean?

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Passageway vs Corridtimberpanelsr - What's the difference?

passageway | corridtimberpanelsr |

Passageway vs Cloister - What's the difference?

passageway | cloister | Related terms |

Passageway is a related term of cloister.


As nouns the difference between passageway and cloister

is that passageway is a covered walkway, between rooms or buildings while cloister is a covered walk with an open colonnade on one side, running along the walls of buildings that face a quadrangle; especially:.

As a verb cloister is

to become a roman catholic religious.

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