sink

Bin vs Sink - What's the difference?

bin | sink |


As a verb sink is

to move or be moved into something .

As a noun sink is

a basin used for holding water for washing.

Sink vs Shell - What's the difference?

sink | shell |


As a verb sink

is to move or be moved into something .

As a noun sink

is a basin used for holding water for washing.

As a proper noun shell is

a diminutive of the female given name michelle .

Sink vs Deject - What's the difference?

sink | deject | Related terms |

Sink is a related term of deject.


As verbs the difference between sink and deject

is that sink is to move or be moved into something while deject is make sad or dispirited.

As a noun sink

is a basin used for holding water for washing.

Giraffe vs Sink - What's the difference?

giraffe | sink |


As a proper noun giraffe

is camelopardalis.

As a verb sink is

to move or be moved into something .

As a noun sink is

a basin used for holding water for washing.

Sink vs Cast_down - What's the difference?

sink | cast_down | Related terms |

Sink is a related term of cast_down.


As verbs the difference between sink and cast_down

is that sink is to move or be moved into something while cast_down is (adverb) to make (a person) discouraged or dejected.

As a noun sink

is a basin used for holding water for washing.

Sink vs Scupper - What's the difference?

sink | scupper |


As verbs the difference between sink and scupper

is that sink is to move or be moved into something while scupper is (british) thwart or destroy, especially something belonging or pertaining to another; compare scuttle.

As nouns the difference between sink and scupper

is that sink is a basin used for holding water for washing while scupper is (nautical) a drainage hole on the deck of a ship.

Retire vs Sink - What's the difference?

retire | sink | Related terms |

Retire is a related term of sink.


As verbs the difference between retire and sink

is that retire is while sink is to move or be moved into something .

As a noun sink is

a basin used for holding water for washing.

Sink vs Crevasse - What's the difference?

sink | crevasse | Related terms |

Sink is a related term of crevasse.


As nouns the difference between sink and crevasse

is that sink is a basin used for holding water for washing while crevasse is gully.

As a verb sink

is to move or be moved into something .

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