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Slice vs Ski - What's the difference?

slice | ski |


As nouns the difference between slice and ski

is that slice is that which is thin and broad while ski is ski.

As a verb slice

is to cut into slices.

Jetski vs Ski - What's the difference?

jetski | ski |


As nouns the difference between jetski and ski

is that jetski is a powered watercraft with a seat and handlebars in a style similar to a motorbike while ski is ski.

As a verb jetski

is to ride on a jetski.

Snowshoe vs Ski - What's the difference?

snowshoe | ski |


As nouns the difference between snowshoe and ski

is that snowshoe is a domestic cat breed while ski is ski.

Ski vs Street - What's the difference?

ski | street |


As a noun ski

is ski.

As a proper noun street is

.

Lunge vs Ski - What's the difference?

lunge | ski |


As nouns the difference between lunge and ski

is that lunge is blister, bulge while ski is ski.

Ski vs Skateboard - What's the difference?

ski | skateboard |


As nouns the difference between ski and skateboard

is that ski is ski while skateboard is skateboard (platform on wheels).

Pass vs Ski - What's the difference?

pass | ski |


As nouns the difference between pass and ski

is that pass is pass (between mountains ) while ski is ski.

Ski vs Snowboarding - What's the difference?

ski | snowboarding |


As nouns the difference between ski and snowboarding

is that ski is ski while snowboarding is (sports) the sport of sliding downhill on a snowboard.

As a verb snowboarding is

.

Jump vs Ski - What's the difference?

jump | ski |


As nouns the difference between jump and ski

is that jump is the act of jumping; a leap; a spring; a bound or jump can be a kind of loose jacket for men while ski is ski.

As a verb jump

is to propel oneself rapidly upward, downward and/or in any horizontal direction such that momentum causes the body to become airborne.

As an adverb jump

is (obsolete) exactly; precisely.

As an adjective jump

is (obsolete) exact; matched; fitting; precise.

Ski vs Skill - What's the difference?

ski | skill |


As nouns the difference between ski and skill

is that ski is ski while skill is capacity to do something well; technique, ability skills are usually acquired or learned, as opposed to abilities, which are often thought of as innate.

As a verb skill is

to set apart; separate.

As an adjective skill is

(uk|slang) great, excellent.

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