portage

Portage vs Porridge - What's the difference?

portage | porridge |


As nouns the difference between portage and porridge

is that portage is an act of carrying, especially the carrying of a boat overland between two waterways while porridge is a type of thick soup or stew, especially thickened with barley.

As a verb portage

is (nautical) to carry a boat overland.

Dotage vs Portage - What's the difference?

dotage | portage |


As nouns the difference between dotage and portage

is that dotage is decline in judgment and other cognitive functions, associated with aging; senility while portage is an act of carrying, especially the carrying of a boat overland between two waterways.

As a verb portage is

(nautical) to carry a boat overland.

Portage vs Porterage - What's the difference?

portage | porterage |


As nouns the difference between portage and porterage

is that portage is an act of carrying, especially the carrying of a boat overland between two waterways while porterage is the transportation of goods by a porter.

As a verb portage

is (nautical) to carry a boat overland.

Transfer vs Portage - What's the difference?

transfer | portage |


As nouns the difference between transfer and portage

is that transfer is transfer while portage is an act of carrying, especially the carrying of a boat overland between two waterways.

As a verb portage is

(nautical) to carry a boat overland.

Portage vs Conveyance - What's the difference?

portage | conveyance |


As nouns the difference between portage and conveyance

is that portage is an act of carrying, especially the carrying of a boat overland between two waterways while conveyance is an act or instance of conveying.

As verbs the difference between portage and conveyance

is that portage is (nautical) to carry a boat overland while conveyance is (legal|transitive) to transfer (the title) of an object from one person or group of persons to another.

Portage vs Convyence - What's the difference?

portage | convyence |

Portage vs Potage - What's the difference?

portage | potage |


As nouns the difference between portage and potage

is that portage is an act of carrying, especially the carrying of a boat overland between two waterways while potage is a thick creamy soup.

As a verb portage

is (nautical) to carry a boat overland.

Portage vs Portate - What's the difference?

portage | portate |


As verbs the difference between portage and portate

is that portage is (nautical) to carry a boat overland while portate is .

As a noun portage

is an act of carrying, especially the carrying of a boat overland between two waterways.

Portage vs Partage - What's the difference?

portage | partage |


As nouns the difference between portage and partage

is that portage is an act of carrying, especially the carrying of a boat overland between two waterways while partage is (obsolete) a part, portion or share.

As a verb portage

is (nautical) to carry a boat overland.

Postage vs Portage - What's the difference?

postage | portage |


As nouns the difference between postage and portage

is that postage is the charge for posting an item while portage is an act of carrying, especially the carrying of a boat overland between two waterways.

As a verb portage is

(nautical) to carry a boat overland.

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