skillet

Skillet vs Roast - What's the difference?

skillet | roast |


As nouns the difference between skillet and roast

is that skillet is (us) a pan for frying, generally large and heavy while roast is a cut of meat suited to roasting.

As a verb roast is

(transitive|or|intransitive|or|ergative) to cook food by heating in an oven or over a fire without covering, resulting in a crisp, possibly even slightly charred appearance.

As an adjective roast is

having been cooked by roasting.

Skillet vs Skilled - What's the difference?

skillet | skilled |


As a noun skillet

is (us) a pan for frying, generally large and heavy.

As an adjective skilled is

having or showing skill; skilful.

As a verb skilled is

(skill).

Skillet vs Skillset - What's the difference?

skillet | skillset |


As nouns the difference between skillet and skillset

is that skillet is (us) a pan for frying, generally large and heavy while skillset is .

Skillet vs Skullet - What's the difference?

skillet | skullet |


As nouns the difference between skillet and skullet

is that skillet is (us) a pan for frying, generally large and heavy while skullet is (informal) a more extreme form of the (l) hairstyle, in which the hair at the back is kept long, whilst the hair on the top and the sides is shaven in a (l) or (l) style.

Skillet vs Spillet - What's the difference?

skillet | spillet |


As nouns the difference between skillet and spillet

is that skillet is (us) a pan for frying, generally large and heavy while spillet is a long fishing line with multiple hooks; a trawl or boulter.

Taxonomy vs Skillet - What's the difference?

taxonomy | skillet |


As nouns the difference between taxonomy and skillet

is that taxonomy is the science or the technique used to make a classification while skillet is (us) a pan for frying, generally large and heavy.

Skillet vs Frypan - What's the difference?

skillet | frypan | Synonyms |

Skillet is a synonym of frypan.


As nouns the difference between skillet and frypan

is that skillet is (us) a pan for frying, generally large and heavy while frypan is (us|australia|new zealand) a frying pan.

Skillet vs Fryingpan - What's the difference?

skillet | fryingpan |


As nouns the difference between skillet and fryingpan

is that skillet is (us) a pan for frying, generally large and heavy while fryingpan is .

Skillet vs Sawdust - What's the difference?

skillet | sawdust |


As nouns the difference between skillet and sawdust

is that skillet is (us) a pan for frying, generally large and heavy while sawdust is collective name for the fine particles (dust) of wood created by sawing.

Modifier vs Skillet - What's the difference?

modifier | skillet |


As nouns the difference between modifier and skillet

is that modifier is one who, or that which, modifies while skillet is (us) a pan for frying, generally large and heavy.

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