swab

Squeegee vs Swab - What's the difference?

squeegee | swab |


In slang|lang=en terms the difference between squeegee and swab

is that squeegee is (slang) a person who cleans the windscreen of a vehicle stopped in traffic then demands payment from the driver while swab is (slang) a sailor; a swabby.

In lang=en terms the difference between squeegee and swab

is that squeegee is to clean with a squeegee while swab is to use a swab on something, or clean something with a swab.

As nouns the difference between squeegee and swab

is that squeegee is a tool consisting of a rubber blade at right angles to a handle, used for spreading, pushing or wiping liquid material on, across or off a surface, especially when cleaning glass, eg the windscreen of a vehicle or a shop window, to remove soapy water while swab is (medicine) a small piece of soft, absorbent material, such as gauze, used to clean wounds, apply medicine, or take samples of body fluids often attached to a stick or wire to aid access.

As verbs the difference between squeegee and swab

is that squeegee is to clean with a squeegee while swab is to use a swab on something, or clean something with a swab.

Smear vs Swab - What's the difference?

smear | swab |


In lang=en terms the difference between smear and swab

is that smear is to become spread by smearing while swab is to use a swab on something, or clean something with a swab.

In medicine|lang=en terms the difference between smear and swab

is that smear is (medicine) a pap smear while swab is (medicine) a small piece of soft, absorbent material, such as gauze, used to clean wounds, apply medicine, or take samples of body fluids often attached to a stick or wire to aid access.

As verbs the difference between smear and swab

is that smear is to spread (a substance, especially one that colours or is dirty) across a surface by rubbing while swab is to use a swab on something, or clean something with a swab.

As nouns the difference between smear and swab

is that smear is a mark made by smearing while swab is (medicine) a small piece of soft, absorbent material, such as gauze, used to clean wounds, apply medicine, or take samples of body fluids often attached to a stick or wire to aid access.

Wad vs Swab - What's the difference?

wad | swab |


As verbs the difference between wad and swab

is that wad is third person singular of while swab is to use a swab on something, or clean something with a swab.

As a noun swab is

(medicine) a small piece of soft, absorbent material, such as gauze, used to clean wounds, apply medicine, or take samples of body fluids often attached to a stick or wire to aid access.

Swab vs Swipe - What's the difference?

swab | swipe |


In lang=en terms the difference between swab and swipe

is that swab is to use a swab on something, or clean something with a swab while swipe is to grab or bat quickly.

As nouns the difference between swab and swipe

is that swab is (medicine) a small piece of soft, absorbent material, such as gauze, used to clean wounds, apply medicine, or take samples of body fluids often attached to a stick or wire to aid access while swipe is (countable) a quick grab, bat, or other motion with the hand or paw; a sweep.

As verbs the difference between swab and swipe

is that swab is to use a swab on something, or clean something with a swab while swipe is to steal or snatch.

Swab vs Pad - What's the difference?

swab | pad |


As nouns the difference between swab and pad

is that swab is (medicine) a small piece of soft, absorbent material, such as gauze, used to clean wounds, apply medicine, or take samples of body fluids often attached to a stick or wire to aid access while pad is fall (move to a lower position).

As a verb swab

is to use a swab on something, or clean something with a swab.

Wikidiffcom vs Swab - What's the difference?

wikidiffcom | swab |


As a noun swab is

(medicine) a small piece of soft, absorbent material, such as gauze, used to clean wounds, apply medicine, or take samples of body fluids often attached to a stick or wire to aid access.

As a verb swab is

to use a swab on something, or clean something with a swab.

Swab vs Duster - What's the difference?

swab | duster |


As nouns the difference between swab and duster

is that swab is (medicine) a small piece of soft, absorbent material, such as gauze, used to clean wounds, apply medicine, or take samples of body fluids often attached to a stick or wire to aid access while duster is an object, now especially a cloth, used for dusting surfaces etc.

As a verb swab

is to use a swab on something, or clean something with a swab.

Swab vs Brush - What's the difference?

swab | brush |


As nouns the difference between swab and brush

is that swab is (medicine) a small piece of soft, absorbent material, such as gauze, used to clean wounds, apply medicine, or take samples of body fluids often attached to a stick or wire to aid access while brush is an implement consisting of multiple more or less flexible bristles or other filaments attached to a handle, used for any of various purposes including cleaning, painting, and arranging hair.

As verbs the difference between swab and brush

is that swab is to use a swab on something, or clean something with a swab while brush is to clean with a brush.

Sway vs Swab - What's the difference?

sway | swab |


As nouns the difference between sway and swab

is that sway is the act of swaying; a swaying motion; a swing or sweep of a weapon while swab is (medicine) a small piece of soft, absorbent material, such as gauze, used to clean wounds, apply medicine, or take samples of body fluids often attached to a stick or wire to aid access.

As verbs the difference between sway and swab

is that sway is to move or swing from side to side; or backward and forward; to rock while swab is to use a swab on something, or clean something with a swab.

Swat vs Swab - What's the difference?

swat | swab |


As a proper noun swat

is a valley and a district in nwfp administrative province of pakistan.

As a noun swab is

(medicine) a small piece of soft, absorbent material, such as gauze, used to clean wounds, apply medicine, or take samples of body fluids often attached to a stick or wire to aid access.

As a verb swab is

to use a swab on something, or clean something with a swab.

Pages