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Trank vs Suitcase - What's the difference?

trank | suitcase |


As nouns the difference between trank and suitcase

is that trank is (slang) tranquilizer while suitcase is large (usually rectangular) piece of luggage used for carrying clothes, and sometimes suits, when travelling.

As verbs the difference between trank and suitcase

is that trank is (slang|transitive) to tranquilize while suitcase is to trade using samples in a.

Suitcase vs Weekender - What's the difference?

suitcase | weekender |


As nouns the difference between suitcase and weekender

is that suitcase is large (usually rectangular) piece of luggage used for carrying clothes, and sometimes suits, when travelling while weekender is someone who visits a place for a weekend break.

As a verb suitcase

is to trade using samples in a.

Suitcase vs Lopsided - What's the difference?

suitcase | lopsided |


As a noun suitcase

is large (usually rectangular) piece of luggage used for carrying clothes, and sometimes suits, when travelling.

As a verb suitcase

is to trade using samples in a.

As an adjective lopsided is

not even or balanced; not the same on one side as on the other.

Briefcase vs Suitcase - What's the difference?

briefcase | suitcase |


As nouns the difference between briefcase and suitcase

is that briefcase is a case used for carrying documents (especially by business people) while suitcase is large (usually rectangular) piece of luggage used for carrying clothes, and sometimes suits, when travelling.

As a verb suitcase is

to trade using samples in a.

Perfolio vs Suitcase - What's the difference?

perfolio | suitcase |

Trade vs Suitcase - What's the difference?

trade | suitcase |


As nouns the difference between trade and suitcase

is that trade is (uncountable) buying and selling of goods and services on a market while suitcase is large (usually rectangular) piece of luggage used for carrying clothes, and sometimes suits, when travelling.

As verbs the difference between trade and suitcase

is that trade is to engage in trade while suitcase is to trade using samples in a.

Travel vs Suitcase - What's the difference?

travel | suitcase |


As verbs the difference between travel and suitcase

is that travel is to be on a journey, often for pleasure or business and with luggage; to go from one place to another while suitcase is to trade using samples in a.

As nouns the difference between travel and suitcase

is that travel is the act of traveling while suitcase is large (usually rectangular) piece of luggage used for carrying clothes, and sometimes suits, when travelling.

Luggage vs Suitcase - What's the difference?

luggage | suitcase |


As nouns the difference between luggage and suitcase

is that luggage is the bags and other containers that hold a traveller's belongings while suitcase is large (usually rectangular) piece of luggage used for carrying clothes, and sometimes suits, when travelling.

As a verb suitcase is

to trade using samples in a.

Clothes vs Suitcase - What's the difference?

clothes | suitcase |


As nouns the difference between clothes and suitcase

is that clothes is (plural only)  items of clothing; apparel while suitcase is large (usually rectangular) piece of luggage used for carrying clothes, and sometimes suits, when travelling.

As verbs the difference between clothes and suitcase

is that clothes is (clothe) while suitcase is to trade using samples in a.

Suitcase vs Trunk - What's the difference?

suitcase | trunk |


As nouns the difference between suitcase and trunk

is that suitcase is large (usually rectangular) piece of luggage used for carrying clothes, and sometimes suits, when travelling while trunk is the (usually single) upright part of a tree, between the roots and the branches: the tree trunk.

As verbs the difference between suitcase and trunk

is that suitcase is to trade using samples in a while trunk is (obsolete) to lop off; to curtail; to truncate.

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