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Flat vs Skinny - What's the difference?

flat | skinny |


As adjectives the difference between flat and skinny

is that flat is having no variations in height while skinny is (informal) having little flesh and fat; slim; slender; narrow; thin, generally beyond what looks beautiful.

As nouns the difference between flat and skinny

is that flat is an area of level ground or flat can be (archaic|new england|now chiefly british) an apartment while skinny is (colloquial) the details or facts; especially, those obtained by gossip or rumor.

As an adverb flat

is so as to be flat.

As a verb flat

is (poker slang) to make a flat call; to call without.

Skinny vs Fit - What's the difference?

skinny | fit |


As an adjective skinny

is (informal) having little flesh and fat; slim; slender; narrow; thin, generally beyond what looks beautiful.

As a noun skinny

is (colloquial) the details or facts; especially, those obtained by gossip or rumor.

As an abbreviation fit is

(travel industry|aviation) fully inclusive tour.

Turn vs Skinny - What's the difference?

turn | skinny |


As nouns the difference between turn and skinny

is that turn is a change of direction or orientation while skinny is (colloquial) the details or facts; especially, those obtained by gossip or rumor.

As a verb turn

is (lb) non-linear physical movement .

As an adjective skinny is

(informal) having little flesh and fat; slim; slender; narrow; thin, generally beyond what looks beautiful.

Skinny vs Sender - What's the difference?

skinny | sender |


As nouns the difference between skinny and sender

is that skinny is (colloquial) the details or facts; especially, those obtained by gossip or rumor while sender is broadcaster.

As an adjective skinny

is (informal) having little flesh and fat; slim; slender; narrow; thin, generally beyond what looks beautiful.

Skim vs Skinny - What's the difference?

skim | skinny |


As adjectives the difference between skim and skinny

is that skim is (of milk) having lowered fat content while skinny is (informal) having little flesh and fat; slim; slender; narrow; thin, generally beyond what looks beautiful.

As a verb skim

is to pass lightly; to glide along in an even, smooth course; to glide along near the surface.

As a noun skinny is

(colloquial) the details or facts; especially, those obtained by gossip or rumor.

Skinny vs Skinnier - What's the difference?

skinny | skinnier |


As adjectives the difference between skinny and skinnier

is that skinny is (informal) having little flesh and fat; slim; slender; narrow; thin, generally beyond what looks beautiful while skinnier is (skinny).

As a noun skinny

is (colloquial) the details or facts; especially, those obtained by gossip or rumor.

Smart vs Skinny - What's the difference?

smart | skinny |


As a proper noun smart

is .

As an adjective skinny is

(informal) having little flesh and fat; slim; slender; narrow; thin, generally beyond what looks beautiful.

As a noun skinny is

(colloquial) the details or facts; especially, those obtained by gossip or rumor.

Skinny vs Stingy - What's the difference?

skinny | stingy |


As adjectives the difference between skinny and stingy

is that skinny is (informal) having little flesh and fat; slim; slender; narrow; thin, generally beyond what looks beautiful while stingy is stinging; able to sting or stingy can be extremely close and covetous; meanly avaricious; niggardly; miserly; penurious; as, a stingy churl.

As a noun skinny

is (colloquial) the details or facts; especially, those obtained by gossip or rumor.

Muscular vs Skinny - What's the difference?

muscular | skinny |


As adjectives the difference between muscular and skinny

is that muscular is of, relating to, or connected with muscles while skinny is (informal) having little flesh and fat; slim; slender; narrow; thin, generally beyond what looks beautiful.

As a noun skinny is

(colloquial) the details or facts; especially, those obtained by gossip or rumor.

Skinny vs Bonny - What's the difference?

skinny | bonny |


As adjectives the difference between skinny and bonny

is that skinny is (informal) having little flesh and fat; slim; slender; narrow; thin, generally beyond what looks beautiful while bonny is (geordie).

As nouns the difference between skinny and bonny

is that skinny is (colloquial) the details or facts; especially, those obtained by gossip or rumor while bonny is (mining) a round and compact bed of ore, or a distinct bed, not communicating with a vein.

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