recipiangle

Fortification vs Recipiangle - What's the difference?

fortification | recipiangle |


As nouns the difference between fortification and recipiangle

is that fortification is the act of fortifying; the art or science of fortifying places to strengthen defence against an enemy while recipiangle is an instrument with two arms that are pivoted together at one end, and a graduated arc, used by military engineers for measuring and laying off angles of fortifications.

Arc vs Recipiangle - What's the difference?

arc | recipiangle |


As nouns the difference between arc and recipiangle

is that arc is (astronomy) that part of a circle which a heavenly body appears to pass through as it moves above and below the horizon while recipiangle is an instrument with two arms that are pivoted together at one end, and a graduated arc, used by military engineers for measuring and laying off angles of fortifications.

As a verb arc

is to move following a curved path.

Graduated vs Recipiangle - What's the difference?

graduated | recipiangle |


As a verb graduated

is (graduate).

As an adjective graduated

is (obsolete) in steps.

As a noun recipiangle is

an instrument with two arms that are pivoted together at one end, and a graduated arc, used by military engineers for measuring and laying off angles of fortifications.

Pivot vs Recipiangle - What's the difference?

pivot | recipiangle |


As nouns the difference between pivot and recipiangle

is that pivot is a thing on which something turns; specifically a metal pointed pin or short shaft in machinery, such as the end of an axle or spindle while recipiangle is an instrument with two arms that are pivoted together at one end, and a graduated arc, used by military engineers for measuring and laying off angles of fortifications.

As a verb pivot

is to turn on an exact spot.