shatter

Fragmentation vs Shatter - What's the difference?

fragmentation | shatter |


As nouns the difference between fragmentation and shatter

is that fragmentation is the act of fragmenting or something fragmented; disintegration while shatter is (archaic) a fragment of anything shattered.

As a verb shatter is

to violently break something into pieces.

Shard vs Shatter - What's the difference?

shard | shatter |


In lang=en terms the difference between shard and shatter

is that shard is to break (something) into shards while shatter is to dispirit or emotionally defeat.

As nouns the difference between shard and shatter

is that shard is a piece of broken glass or pottery, especially one found in an archaeological dig or shard can be the plant chard while shatter is (archaic) a fragment of anything shattered.

As verbs the difference between shard and shatter

is that shard is to fall apart into shards, usually as the result of impact or explosion while shatter is to violently break something into pieces.

Shatter vs Chatterbox - What's the difference?

shatter | chatterbox |


As nouns the difference between shatter and chatterbox

is that shatter is (archaic) a fragment of anything shattered while chatterbox is (informal) one who chats or talks to excess.

As a verb shatter

is to violently break something into pieces.

Shatter vs Wreck - What's the difference?

shatter | wreck | Related terms |

Shatter is a related term of wreck.


As verbs the difference between shatter and wreck

is that shatter is to violently break something into pieces while wreck is to destroy violently; to cause severe damage to something, to a point where it no longer works, or is useless.

As nouns the difference between shatter and wreck

is that shatter is (archaic) a fragment of anything shattered while wreck is something or someone that has been ruined.

Shatter vs Infringe - What's the difference?

shatter | infringe | Related terms |

Shatter is a related term of infringe.


In lang=en terms the difference between shatter and infringe

is that shatter is to dispirit or emotionally defeat while infringe is break in or encroach on something.

As verbs the difference between shatter and infringe

is that shatter is to violently break something into pieces while infringe is break or violate a treaty, a law, a right etc.

As a noun shatter

is (archaic) a fragment of anything shattered.

Dispart vs Shatter - What's the difference?

dispart | shatter | Related terms |

Dispart is a related term of shatter.


In obsolete|lang=en terms the difference between dispart and shatter

is that dispart is (obsolete) to divide, divide up, distribute while shatter is (obsolete) to scatter about.

In lang=en terms the difference between dispart and shatter

is that dispart is to make allowance for the dispart in (a gun), when taking aim while shatter is to dispirit or emotionally defeat.

As verbs the difference between dispart and shatter

is that dispart is to part, separate or dispart can be to furnish with a dispart sight while shatter is to violently break something into pieces.

As nouns the difference between dispart and shatter

is that dispart is the difference between the thickness of the metal at the mouth and at the breech of a piece of ordnance while shatter is (archaic) a fragment of anything shattered.

Rend vs Shatter - What's the difference?

rend | shatter | Related terms |

Rend is a related term of shatter.


In lang=en terms the difference between rend and shatter

is that rend is to be rent or torn; to become parted; to separate; to split while shatter is to dispirit or emotionally defeat.

As verbs the difference between rend and shatter

is that rend is to separate into parts with force or sudden violence; to tear asunder; to split; to burst while shatter is to violently break something into pieces.

As a noun shatter is

(archaic) a fragment of anything shattered.

Batter vs Shatter - What's the difference?

batter | shatter | Synonyms |

Batter is a synonym of shatter.


As verbs the difference between batter and shatter

is that batter is to hit or strike violently and repeatedly or batter can be (architecture) to slope (of walls, buildings etc) while shatter is to violently break something into pieces.

As nouns the difference between batter and shatter

is that batter is a beaten mixture of flour and liquid (usually egg and milk), used for baking (eg pancakes, cake, or yorkshire pudding) or to coat food (eg fish) prior to frying or batter can be an incline on the outer face of a built wall or batter can be (baseball) the player attempting to hit the ball with a bat while shatter is (archaic) a fragment of anything shattered.

Pound vs Shatter - What's the difference?

pound | shatter | Related terms |

Pound is a related term of shatter.


As nouns the difference between pound and shatter

is that pound is short for pound-force, a unit of force/weight or pound can be a place for the detention of stray or wandering animals or pound can be a hard blow while shatter is (archaic) a fragment of anything shattered.

As verbs the difference between pound and shatter

is that pound is to confine in, or as in, a pound; to impound or pound can be (label) to strike hard, usually repeatedly while shatter is to violently break something into pieces.

Bifurcate vs Shatter - What's the difference?

bifurcate | shatter |


As verbs the difference between bifurcate and shatter

is that bifurcate is to divide or fork into two channels or branches while shatter is to violently break something into pieces.

As an adjective bifurcate

is divided or forked into two; bifurcated.

As a noun shatter is

(archaic) a fragment of anything shattered.

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