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Relay vs Race - What's the difference?

relay | race |


As verbs the difference between relay and race

is that relay is (obsolete|intransitive|hunting) to release a new set of hounds or relay can be while race is .

As a noun relay

is .

As an adjective race is

distinguished; classy.

Relay vs Detachment - What's the difference?

relay | detachment | Related terms |

Relay is a related term of detachment.


As nouns the difference between relay and detachment

is that relay is while detachment is (uncountable) the action of detaching; separation.

As a verb relay

is (obsolete|intransitive|hunting) to release a new set of hounds or relay can be .

Wikidiffcom vs Relay - What's the difference?

wikidiffcom | relay |


As a noun relay is

.

As a verb relay is

(obsolete|intransitive|hunting) to release a new set of hounds or relay can be .

Team vs Relay - What's the difference?

team | relay | Related terms |

Team is a related term of relay.


As nouns the difference between team and relay

is that team is team while relay is .

As a verb relay is

(obsolete|intransitive|hunting) to release a new set of hounds or relay can be .

Gang vs Relay - What's the difference?

gang | relay | Synonyms |

Gang is a synonym of relay.


As nouns the difference between gang and relay

is that gang is a gang, a team, a group while relay is .

As a verb relay is

(obsolete|intransitive|hunting) to release a new set of hounds or relay can be .

Relay vs Troop - What's the difference?

relay | troop | Related terms |

Relay is a related term of troop.


As nouns the difference between relay and troop

is that relay is while troop is a collection of people; a company; a number; a multitude.

As verbs the difference between relay and troop

is that relay is (obsolete|intransitive|hunting) to release a new set of hounds or relay can be while troop is to move in numbers; to come or gather in crowds or troops.

Crew vs Relay - What's the difference?

crew | relay | Related terms |

Crew is a related term of relay.


As nouns the difference between crew and relay

is that crew is a group of people (often staff) manning and operating a large facility or piece of equipment such as a factory, ship, boat, or airplane or crew can be (british|dialectal) a pen for livestock such as chickens or pigs or crew can be the manx shearwater while relay is .

As verbs the difference between crew and relay

is that crew is to be a member of a vessel's crew or crew can be (british) (crow) to have made the characteristic sound of a rooster while relay is (obsolete|intransitive|hunting) to release a new set of hounds or relay can be .

Relay vs Fus - What's the difference?

relay | fus |


As nouns the difference between relay and fus

is that relay is while fus is spindle.

As a verb relay

is (obsolete|intransitive|hunting) to release a new set of hounds or relay can be .

Relay - What does it mean?

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Relay vs Decay - What's the difference?

relay | decay |


In lang=en terms the difference between relay and decay

is that relay is to pass on or transfer (information) while decay is to cause to rot or deteriorate.

As nouns the difference between relay and decay

is that relay is while decay is the process or result of being gradually decomposed.

As verbs the difference between relay and decay

is that relay is (obsolete|intransitive|hunting) to release a new set of hounds or relay can be while decay is to deteriorate, to get worse, to lose strength or health, to decline in quality.

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