slab

Ingot vs Slab - What's the difference?

ingot | slab |


As nouns the difference between ingot and slab

is that ingot is a solid block of more or less pure metal, often but not necessarily bricklike in shape and trapezoidal in cross-section, the result of pouring out and cooling molten metal, often immediately after smelting from raw ore or alloying from constituents while slab is (archaic) mud, sludge or slab can be (southern us|slang) a car that has been modified with equipment such as loudspeakers, lights, special paint, hydraulics, and any other accessories that add to the style of the vehicle.

As a verb slab is

to make something into a slab.

As an adjective slab is

thick; viscous.

Slab vs Flake - What's the difference?

slab | flake |


As nouns the difference between slab and flake

is that slab is (archaic) mud, sludge or slab can be (southern us|slang) a car that has been modified with equipment such as loudspeakers, lights, special paint, hydraulics, and any other accessories that add to the style of the vehicle while flake is flame.

As a verb slab

is to make something into a slab.

As an adjective slab

is thick; viscous.

Slab vs Hit - What's the difference?

slab | hit |


As nouns the difference between slab and hit

is that slab is (archaic) mud, sludge or slab can be (southern us|slang) a car that has been modified with equipment such as loudspeakers, lights, special paint, hydraulics, and any other accessories that add to the style of the vehicle while hit is .

As a verb slab

is to make something into a slab.

As an adjective slab

is thick; viscous.

Slab vs Foundation - What's the difference?

slab | foundation |


As nouns the difference between slab and foundation

is that slab is (archaic) mud, sludge or slab can be (southern us|slang) a car that has been modified with equipment such as loudspeakers, lights, special paint, hydraulics, and any other accessories that add to the style of the vehicle while foundation is the act of founding, fixing, establishing, or beginning to erect.

As a verb slab

is to make something into a slab.

As an adjective slab

is thick; viscous.

Splint vs Slab - What's the difference?

splint | slab |


In lang=en terms the difference between splint and slab

is that splint is to apply a splint to; to fasten with splints while slab is to make something into a slab.

As nouns the difference between splint and slab

is that splint is a narrow strip of wood split or peeled off of a larger piece while slab is (archaic) mud, sludge or slab can be (southern us|slang) a car that has been modified with equipment such as loudspeakers, lights, special paint, hydraulics, and any other accessories that add to the style of the vehicle.

As verbs the difference between splint and slab

is that splint is to apply a splint to; to fasten with splints while slab is to make something into a slab.

As an adjective slab is

thick; viscous.

Paver vs Slab - What's the difference?

paver | slab |


As nouns the difference between paver and slab

is that paver is a flat stone used to pave a pathway, such as a walkway to one's home while slab is (archaic) mud, sludge or slab can be (southern us|slang) a car that has been modified with equipment such as loudspeakers, lights, special paint, hydraulics, and any other accessories that add to the style of the vehicle.

As a verb slab is

to make something into a slab.

As an adjective slab is

thick; viscous.

Slab vs Storey - What's the difference?

slab | storey | Related terms |

Slab is a related term of storey.


As nouns the difference between slab and storey

is that slab is (archaic) mud, sludge or slab can be (southern us|slang) a car that has been modified with equipment such as loudspeakers, lights, special paint, hydraulics, and any other accessories that add to the style of the vehicle while storey is a floor or level of a building or ship.

As a verb slab

is to make something into a slab.

As an adjective slab

is thick; viscous.

Chunk vs Slab - What's the difference?

chunk | slab |


In computing|lang=en terms the difference between chunk and slab

is that chunk is (computing) a discrete segment of a file, stream, etc (especially one that represents audiovisual media); a block while slab is (computing) a sequence of 12 adjacent bits, serving as a byte in some computers.

As nouns the difference between chunk and slab

is that chunk is a part of something that has been separated while slab is (archaic) mud, sludge or slab can be (southern us|slang) a car that has been modified with equipment such as loudspeakers, lights, special paint, hydraulics, and any other accessories that add to the style of the vehicle.

As verbs the difference between chunk and slab

is that chunk is to break into large pieces or chunks while slab is to make something into a slab.

As an adjective slab is

thick; viscous.

Hunk vs Slab - What's the difference?

hunk | slab |


In computing|lang=en terms the difference between hunk and slab

is that hunk is (computing) a record of differences between almost contiguous portions of two files (or other sources of information) differences that are widely separated by areas which are identical in both files would not be part of a single hunk differences that are separated by small regions which are identical in both files may comprise a single hunk patches are made up of hunks while slab is (computing) a sequence of 12 adjacent bits, serving as a byte in some computers.

As nouns the difference between hunk and slab

is that hunk is a large or dense piece of something while slab is (archaic) mud, sludge or slab can be (southern us|slang) a car that has been modified with equipment such as loudspeakers, lights, special paint, hydraulics, and any other accessories that add to the style of the vehicle.

As a verb slab is

to make something into a slab.

As an adjective slab is

thick; viscous.

Pavement vs Slab - What's the difference?

pavement | slab |


As nouns the difference between pavement and slab

is that pavement is any paved floor while slab is (archaic) mud, sludge or slab can be (southern us|slang) a car that has been modified with equipment such as loudspeakers, lights, special paint, hydraulics, and any other accessories that add to the style of the vehicle.

As a verb slab is

to make something into a slab.

As an adjective slab is

thick; viscous.

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