pylon

Post vs Pylon - What's the difference?

post | pylon | Related terms |

Post is a related term of pylon.


As nouns the difference between post and pylon

is that post is post, mail while pylon is pylon (traffic cone).

Support vs Pylon - What's the difference?

support | pylon | Related terms |

Support is a related term of pylon.


As nouns the difference between support and pylon

is that support is something which supports often used attributively, as a complement or supplement to while pylon is pylon (traffic cone).

As a verb support

is (senseid)to keep from falling.

Tower vs Pylon - What's the difference?

tower | pylon |


As nouns the difference between tower and pylon

is that tower is control tower (for air traffic) while pylon is pylon (traffic cone).

As a proper noun tower

is tower of london.

Piling vs Pylon - What's the difference?

piling | pylon |


As nouns the difference between piling and pylon

is that piling is a structural support comprised of a length of wood, steel, or other construction material while pylon is pylon (traffic cone).

As a verb piling

is .

Pylon vs Phylon - What's the difference?

pylon | phylon |


As nouns the difference between pylon and phylon

is that pylon is pylon (traffic cone) while phylon is (biology) a tribe.

Nylon vs Pylon - What's the difference?

nylon | pylon |


As a noun pylon is

pylon (traffic cone).

Pylon vs Tetrahedron - What's the difference?

pylon | tetrahedron |


As nouns the difference between pylon and tetrahedron

is that pylon is pylon (traffic cone) while tetrahedron is (geometry) a polyhedron with four faces; the regular tetrahedron, the faces of which are equal equilateral triangles, is one of the platonic solids.

Pylon vs Pylonlike - What's the difference?

pylon | pylonlike |


As a noun pylon

is pylon (traffic cone).

As an adjective pylonlike is

resembling a pylon or some aspect of one.

Pylon vs Pole - What's the difference?

pylon | pole |


As nouns the difference between pylon and pole

is that pylon is a gateway to the inner part of an ancient egyptian temple while pole is originally, a stick; now specifically, a long and slender piece of metal or (especially) wood, used for various construction or support purposes or pole can be either of the two points on the earth's surface around which it rotates; also, similar points on any other rotating object.

As a verb pole is

to propel by pushing with poles, to push with a pole or pole can be to induce piezoelectricity in (a substance) by aligning the dipoles.

Column vs Pylon - What's the difference?

column | pylon |


As nouns the difference between column and pylon

is that column is (architecture) a solid upright structure designed usually to support a larger structure above it, such as a roof or horizontal beam, but sometimes for decoration while pylon is a gateway to the inner part of an ancient egyptian temple.

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