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Archeology vs Reamer - What's the difference?

archeology | reamer |


As nouns the difference between archeology and reamer

is that archeology is (chiefly|us) while reamer is a tool for boring a hole wider.

Lithic vs Reamer - What's the difference?

lithic | reamer |


As nouns the difference between lithic and reamer

is that lithic is (anthropology) a stone tool or projectile while reamer is a tool for boring a hole wider.

As an adjective lithic

is of or pertaining to stone.

Pipe vs Reamer - What's the difference?

pipe | reamer |


As nouns the difference between pipe and reamer

is that pipe is (lb) wind instrument while reamer is a tool for boring a hole wider.

As a verb pipe

is to convey or transport (something) by means of pipes.

Carbon vs Reamer - What's the difference?

carbon | reamer |


As nouns the difference between carbon and reamer

is that carbon is (label) the chemical element (symbol c) with an atomic number of 6 while reamer is a tool for boring a hole wider.

Citrus vs Reamer - What's the difference?

citrus | reamer |


As nouns the difference between citrus and reamer

is that citrus is any of several shrubs or trees of the family rutaceae while reamer is a tool for boring a hole wider.

As an adjective citrus

is of or relating to citrus plants or fruit.

Tool vs Reamer - What's the difference?

tool | reamer |


As nouns the difference between tool and reamer

is that tool is (senseid)a mechanical device intended to make a task easier while reamer is a tool for boring a hole wider.

As a verb tool

is to work on or shape with tools, eg, hand-tooled leather .

Taps vs Reamer - What's the difference?

taps | reamer |


As nouns the difference between taps and reamer

is that taps is a particular song played at the end of the day, and at military funerals while reamer is a tool for boring a hole wider.

As a verb taps

is (tap).

Reamer vs Fraise - What's the difference?

reamer | fraise |


As nouns the difference between reamer and fraise

is that reamer is a tool for boring a hole wider while fraise is (historical) a ruff worn (especially by women) in the 16th century or fraise can be a large thick pancake with slices of bacon in it.

As a verb fraise is

(military) to protect, as a line of troops, against an onset of cavalry, by opposing bayonets raised obliquely forward.

Reamer vs Tapping - What's the difference?

reamer | tapping |


As nouns the difference between reamer and tapping

is that reamer is a tool for boring a hole wider while tapping is an act of making a light hit or strike against something.

As a verb tapping is

(tap).

Reamer vs Ream - What's the difference?

reamer | ream |


As nouns the difference between reamer and ream

is that reamer is a tool for boring a hole wider while ream is cream; also, the creamlike froth on ale or other liquor; froth or foam in general or ream can be a bundle, package, or quantity of paper, nowadays usually containing 500 sheets.

As a verb ream is

to cream; mantle; foam; froth or ream can be to enlarge a hole, especially using a reamer; to bore a hole wider.

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