tack

What is the difference between tacky and tack?

tacky | tack | Related terms |

Tacky is a related term of tack.


As a adjective tacky

is of a substance, slightly sticky.

As a noun tack is

a small nail with a flat head.

As a verb tack is

to nail with a tack (small nail with a flat head).

What is the difference between change and tack?

change | tack |

Change is a synonym of tack.


As nouns the difference between change and tack

is that change is (countable) the process of becoming different while tack is a small nail with a flat head.

As verbs the difference between change and tack

is that change is   to become something different while tack is to nail with a tack (small nail with a flat head).

What is the difference between adhesive and tack?

adhesive | tack |


As nouns the difference between adhesive and tack

is that adhesive is a substance, such as glue, that provides or promotes adhesion while tack is a small nail with a flat head.

As a adjective adhesive

is sticky; tenacious, as glutinous substances.

As a verb tack is

to nail with a tack (small nail with a flat head).

What is the difference between hardtack and tack?

hardtack | tack |


In context|nautical|lang=en terms the difference between hardtack and tack

is that hardtack is (nautical) a large, hard biscuit made from unleavened flour and water; formerly used as a long-term staple food aboard ships while tack is (nautical) to maneuver a sailing vessel so that its bow turns through the wind, ie the wind changes from one side of the vessel to the other.

As nouns the difference between hardtack and tack

is that hardtack is (nautical) a large, hard biscuit made from unleavened flour and water; formerly used as a long-term staple food aboard ships while tack is a small nail with a flat head.

As a verb tack is

to nail with a tack (small nail with a flat head).

What is the difference between cohesive and tack?

cohesive | tack |


As a adjective cohesive

is having cohesion.

As a noun tack is

a small nail with a flat head.

As a verb tack is

to nail with a tack (small nail with a flat head).

What is the difference between stickiness and tack?

stickiness | tack |


As nouns the difference between stickiness and tack

is that stickiness is the property of sticking or adhering; adhesion while tack is a small nail with a flat head.

As a verb tack is

to nail with a tack (small nail with a flat head).

What is the difference between breastplate and tack?

breastplate | tack |


As nouns the difference between breastplate and tack

is that breastplate is a piece of armor that covers the chest while tack is a small nail with a flat head.

As a verb tack is

to nail with a tack (small nail with a flat head).

What is the difference between harness and tack?

harness | tack |


As nouns the difference between harness and tack

is that harness is (countable) a restraint or support, especially one consisting of a loop or network of rope or straps while tack is a small nail with a flat head.

As verbs the difference between harness and tack

is that harness is to place a harness on something; to tie up or restrain while tack is to nail with a tack (small nail with a flat head).

What is the difference between martingale and tack?

martingale | tack |


In context|nautical|lang=en terms the difference between martingale and tack

is that martingale is (nautical) a spar, or piece of rigging that strengthens the bowsprit while tack is (nautical) to maneuver a sailing vessel so that its bow turns through the wind, ie the wind changes from one side of the vessel to the other.

As nouns the difference between martingale and tack

is that martingale is a piece of harness used on a horse to keep it from raising its head above a desired point while tack is a small nail with a flat head.

As a verb tack is

to nail with a tack (small nail with a flat head).

What is the difference between rein and tack?

rein | tack |


As nouns the difference between rein and tack

is that rein is a strap or rope attached to the bridle or bit, used to control a horse, animal or young child or rein can be a kidney while tack is a small nail with a flat head.

As verbs the difference between rein and tack

is that rein is to direct or stop a horse by using reins while tack is to nail with a tack (small nail with a flat head).

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