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Thrust vs Shear - What's the difference?

thrust | shear |


As nouns the difference between thrust and shear

is that thrust is (fencing) an attack made by moving the sword parallel to its length and landing with the point while shear is a cutting tool similar to scissors, but often larger.

As verbs the difference between thrust and shear

is that thrust is (lb) to make advance with while shear is to cut, originally with a sword or other bladed weapon, now usually with shears, or as if using shears.

As an adjective shear is

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Shear vs Shorn - What's the difference?

shear | shorn |


As verbs the difference between shear and shorn

is that shear is to cut, originally with a sword or other bladed weapon, now usually with shears, or as if using shears while shorn is (shear).

As a noun shear

is a cutting tool similar to scissors, but often larger.

As an adjective shear

is .

Slit vs Shear - What's the difference?

slit | shear |


As nouns the difference between slit and shear

is that slit is a narrow cut or opening; a slot while shear is a cutting tool similar to scissors, but often larger.

As verbs the difference between slit and shear

is that slit is to cut a narrow opening while shear is to cut, originally with a sword or other bladed weapon, now usually with shears, or as if using shears.

As an adjective shear is

.

Shear vs Shave - What's the difference?

shear | shave | Related terms |

Shear is a related term of shave.


As verbs the difference between shear and shave

is that shear is to cut, originally with a sword or other bladed weapon, now usually with shears, or as if using shears while shave is to make bald by using a tool such as a razor or pair of electric clippers to cut the hair close to the skin.

As nouns the difference between shear and shave

is that shear is a cutting tool similar to scissors, but often larger while shave is an instance of shaving.

As an adjective shear

is .

Transitory vs Shear - What's the difference?

transitory | shear |


As adjectives the difference between transitory and shear

is that transitory is lasting only a short time; temporary while shear is .

As a verb shear is

to cut, originally with a sword or other bladed weapon, now usually with shears, or as if using shears.

As a noun shear is

a cutting tool similar to scissors, but often larger.

Shear vs Share - What's the difference?

shear | share |


As verbs the difference between shear and share

is that shear is to cut, originally with a sword or other bladed weapon, now usually with shears, or as if using shears while share is to give part of what one has to somebody else to use or consume.

As nouns the difference between shear and share

is that shear is a cutting tool similar to scissors, but often larger while share is a portion of something, especially a portion given or allotted to someone or share can be (agriculture) the cutting blade of an agricultural machine like a plough, a cultivator or a seeding-machine.

As an adjective shear

is .

Shear vs Jamming - What's the difference?

shear | jamming |


As verbs the difference between shear and jamming

is that shear is to cut, originally with a sword or other bladed weapon, now usually with shears, or as if using shears while jamming is .

As nouns the difference between shear and jamming

is that shear is a cutting tool similar to scissors, but often larger while jamming is the act or process of jamming.

As adjectives the difference between shear and jamming

is that shear is while jamming is (slang) great; awesome.

Shear vs Jam - What's the difference?

shear | jam |


As a verb shear

is to cut, originally with a sword or other bladed weapon, now usually with shears, or as if using shears.

As a noun shear

is a cutting tool similar to scissors, but often larger.

As an adjective shear

is .

As a symbol jam is

the iso 3166-1 three-letter (alpha-3) code for jamaica.

Shear vs Pare - What's the difference?

shear | pare | Related terms |

Shear is a related term of pare.


As verbs the difference between shear and pare

is that shear is to cut, originally with a sword or other bladed weapon, now usually with shears, or as if using shears while pare is to seem, to look, to appear.

As a noun shear

is a cutting tool similar to scissors, but often larger.

As an adjective shear

is .

Shear vs Trim - What's the difference?

shear | trim |


As verbs the difference between shear and trim

is that shear is to cut, originally with a sword or other bladed weapon, now usually with shears, or as if using shears while trim is to reduce slightly; to cut; especially, to remove excess; eg 'trim a hedge', 'trim a beard' the adposition of can be used in present perfect tense to designate the removed part.

As nouns the difference between shear and trim

is that shear is a cutting tool similar to scissors, but often larger while trim is (uncountable) decoration; especially, decoration placed along edges or borders.

As adjectives the difference between shear and trim

is that shear is while trim is physically fit.

As an adverb trim is

(nautical) in good order, properly managed or maintained.

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