spool

Role vs Spool - What's the difference?

role | spool |


As nouns the difference between role and spool

is that role is a character or part played by a performer or actor while spool is a device around which thread, wire or cable is wound, especially a cylinder or spindle or spool can be a small swimming pool that can be used also as a spa.

As a verb spool is

to wind on a spool or spools.

Spool vs Jumper - What's the difference?

spool | jumper |


As nouns the difference between spool and jumper

is that spool is a device around which thread, wire or cable is wound, especially a cylinder or spindle or spool can be a small swimming pool that can be used also as a spa while jumper is someone or something that jumps, eg a participant in a jumping event in track or skiing or jumper can be (chiefly|british|australian) a woolen sweater or pullover.

As verbs the difference between spool and jumper

is that spool is to wind on a spool or spools while jumper is to connect with an electrical jumper.

Spool vs Spindly - What's the difference?

spool | spindly |


As a noun spool

is a device around which thread, wire or cable is wound, especially a cylinder or spindle or spool can be a small swimming pool that can be used also as a spa.

As a verb spool

is to wind on a spool or spools.

As an adjective spindly is

characteristic of a spindle; slender and of weak appearance.

Spool vs Wind - What's the difference?

spool | wind |


As nouns the difference between spool and wind

is that spool is a device around which thread, wire or cable is wound, especially a cylinder or spindle or spool can be a small swimming pool that can be used also as a spa while wind is wind; movement of air usually caused by convection or differences of air pressure.

As a verb spool

is to wind on a spool or spools.

Piston vs Spool - What's the difference?

piston | spool |


As a proper noun piston

is .

As a noun spool is

a device around which thread, wire or cable is wound, especially a cylinder or spindle or spool can be a small swimming pool that can be used also as a spa.

As a verb spool is

to wind on a spool or spools.

Var vs Spool - What's the difference?

var | spool |


As a proper noun var

is , of old norse origin.

As a noun spool is

a device around which thread, wire or cable is wound, especially a cylinder or spindle or spool can be a small swimming pool that can be used also as a spa.

As a verb spool is

to wind on a spool or spools.

Spool - What does it mean?

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Wikidiffcom vs Spool - What's the difference?

wikidiffcom | spool |


As a noun spool is

a device around which thread, wire or cable is wound, especially a cylinder or spindle or spool can be a small swimming pool that can be used also as a spa.

As a verb spool is

to wind on a spool or spools.

Spool vs Stool - What's the difference?

spool | stool |


As nouns the difference between spool and stool

is that spool is a device around which thread, wire or cable is wound, especially a cylinder or spindle or spool can be a small swimming pool that can be used also as a spa while stool is a seat for one person without a back or armrest or stool can be a plant from which layers are propagated by bending its branches into the soil.

As verbs the difference between spool and stool

is that spool is to wind on a spool or spools while stool is (agriculture) to ramify; to tiller, as grain; to shoot out suckers.

Spool vs Spoof - What's the difference?

spool | spoof |


In computing|lang=en terms the difference between spool and spoof

is that spool is (computing) to send files to a device or a program (a spooler or a daemon that puts them in a queue for processing at a later time) while spoof is (computing) to falsify.

As nouns the difference between spool and spoof

is that spool is a device around which thread, wire or cable is wound, especially a cylinder or spindle or spool can be a small swimming pool that can be used also as a spa while spoof is a hoax or spoof can be (australian|new zealand|slang) semen.

As verbs the difference between spool and spoof

is that spool is to wind on a spool or spools while spoof is to gently satirize or spoof can be (australian|new zealand|slang) to ejaculate, to come.

As an adjective spoof is

fake.

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