propel

Propel vs Propulse - What's the difference?

propel | propulse |


As verbs the difference between propel and propulse

is that propel is to cause to move in a certain direction while propulse is (obsolete|transitive) to repel; to drive off or away.

Rotate vs Propel - What's the difference?

rotate | propel |


As verbs the difference between rotate and propel

is that rotate is to spin, turn, or revolve while propel is to cause to move in a certain direction.

As an adjective rotate

is having the parts spreading out like a wheel; wheel-shaped.

Ram vs Propel - What's the difference?

ram | propel |


As a proper noun ram

is rome.

As a verb propel is

to cause to move in a certain direction.

Propel vs Mobilize - What's the difference?

propel | mobilize |


As verbs the difference between propel and mobilize

is that propel is to cause to move in a certain direction while mobilize is to make something mobile.

Rappel vs Propel - What's the difference?

rappel | propel |


As a noun rappel

is rappelling.

As a verb propel is

to cause to move in a certain direction.

Propel vs Extract - What's the difference?

propel | extract |


As verbs the difference between propel and extract

is that propel is to cause to move in a certain direction while extract is to draw out or forth; to pull out; to remove forcibly from a fixed position, as by traction or suction, etc.

As a noun extract is

that which is extracted or drawn out.

Propel vs Shift - What's the difference?

propel | shift |


As a verb propel

is to cause to move in a certain direction.

As a noun shift is

(computing) a modifier key whose main function is shifting between two or more functions of any of certain other keys (usually by pressing shift and the other button simultaneously).

Propel vs Drug - What's the difference?

propel | drug |


As verbs the difference between propel and drug

is that propel is to cause to move in a certain direction while drug is to administer intoxicating drugs to, generally without the recipient's knowledge or consent or drug can be (drag).

As a noun drug is

(pharmacology) a substance used to treat an illness, relieve a symptom, or modify a chemical process in the body for a specific purpose or drug can be (obsolete) a drudge.

Repel vs Propel - What's the difference?

repel | propel |


As verbs the difference between repel and propel

is that repel is while propel is to cause to move in a certain direction.

Pluck vs Propel - What's the difference?

pluck | propel |


As verbs the difference between pluck and propel

is that pluck is (lb) to pull something sharply; to pull something out while propel is to cause to move in a certain direction.

As a noun pluck

is an instance of plucking.

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