shift

Shift vs Deflect - What's the difference?

shift | deflect |


As verbs the difference between shift and deflect

is that shift is to change, swap while deflect is to make (something) deviate from its original path.

As a noun shift

is (historical) a type of women's undergarment, a slip.

Deviation vs Shift - What's the difference?

deviation | shift |


As nouns the difference between deviation and shift

is that deviation is the act of deviating; a wandering from the way; variation from the common way, from an established rule, etc; departure, as from the right course or the path of duty while shift is (historical) a type of women's undergarment, a slip.

As a verb shift is

to change, swap.

Redshift vs Shift - What's the difference?

redshift | shift | Derived terms |

Redshift is a derived term of shift.


As nouns the difference between redshift and shift

is that redshift is (physics) a change in the wavelength of light, in which the wavelength is longer than when it was emitted at the source while shift is (historical) a type of women's undergarment, a slip.

As a verb shift is

to change, swap.

Shiftwork vs Shift - What's the difference?

shiftwork | shift | Derived terms |

Shiftwork is a derived term of shift.


As nouns the difference between shiftwork and shift

is that shiftwork is scheduled work outside of customary daylight working hours while shift is (historical) a type of women's undergarment, a slip.

As a verb shift is

to change, swap.

Preshift vs Shift - What's the difference?

preshift | shift | Derived terms |

Preshift is a derived term of shift.


As a adjective preshift

is before a shift (in various senses).

As a verb shift is

to change, swap.

As a noun shift is

(historical) a type of women's undergarment, a slip.

Blueshift vs Shift - What's the difference?

blueshift | shift | Derived terms |

Blueshift is a derived term of shift.


As nouns the difference between blueshift and shift

is that blueshift is (physics) a change in the wavelength of light, in which the wavelength is shorter than when it was emitted at the source while shift is (historical) a type of women's undergarment, a slip.

As a verb shift is

to change, swap.

Fault vs Shift - What's the difference?

fault | shift |


As nouns the difference between fault and shift

is that fault is a defect; something that detracts from perfection while shift is (historical) a type of women's undergarment, a slip.

As verbs the difference between fault and shift

is that fault is to criticize, blame or find fault with something or someone while shift is to change, swap.

Seam vs Shift - What's the difference?

seam | shift |


As nouns the difference between seam and shift

is that seam is (sewing) a folded back and stitched piece of fabric; especially, the stitching that joins two or more pieces of fabric or seam can be (uk|dialect|obsolete) grease; tallow; lard while shift is (historical) a type of women's undergarment, a slip.

As verbs the difference between seam and shift

is that seam is to put together with a seam while shift is to change, swap.

Dislocation vs Shift - What's the difference?

dislocation | shift |


As nouns the difference between dislocation and shift

is that dislocation is the act of displacing, or the state of being displaced while shift is (historical) a type of women's undergarment, a slip.

As a verb shift is

to change, swap.

Gear vs Shift - What's the difference?

gear | shift |


As nouns the difference between gear and shift

is that gear is (uncountable) equipment or paraphernalia, especially that used for an athletic endeavor while shift is (historical) a type of women's undergarment, a slip.

As verbs the difference between gear and shift

is that gear is (engineering|transitive) to provide with gearing; to fit with gears in order to achieve a desired gear ratio while shift is to change, swap.

As a interjection gear

is (mostly british (scouse) ) great or fantastic.

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