tensile

Tensile vs Pulling - What's the difference?

tensile | pulling |


As an adjective tensile

is of or pertaining to tension.

As a verb pulling is

.

As a noun pulling is

the act by which something is pulled.

Resilience vs Tensile - What's the difference?

resilience | tensile |


As a noun resilience

is resilience (the mental ability to recover quickly from depression, illness or misfortune).

As an adjective tensile is

of or pertaining to tension.

Tensile vs Elastic - What's the difference?

tensile | elastic |


As adjectives the difference between tensile and elastic

is that tensile is of or pertaining to tension while elastic is capable of stretching; particularly, capable of stretching so as to return to an original shape or size when force is released.

As a noun elastic is

(uncountable) an elastic material used in clothing, particularly in waistbands and cuffs.

Tensile vs Extension - What's the difference?

tensile | extension |


As an adjective tensile

is of or pertaining to tension.

As a noun extension is

tract (an area).

Tenacity vs Tensile - What's the difference?

tenacity | tensile |


As a noun tenacity

is the quality or state of being tenacious; as, tenacity, or retentiveness, of memory; tenacity, or persistency, of purpose.

As an adjective tensile is

of or pertaining to tension.

Tensile vs Traction - What's the difference?

tensile | traction |


As an adjective tensile

is of or pertaining to tension.

As a noun traction is

the act of pulling something along a surface using motive power.

As a verb traction is

to apply a sustained pull to (a limb, etc).

Tensile vs Null - What's the difference?

tensile | null |


As an adjective tensile

is of or pertaining to tension.

As a noun null is

zero, nil; the cardinal number before einn.

Tensile vs Tensionbiaxial - What's the difference?

tensile | tensionbiaxial |

Tensile - What does it mean?

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Tensile vs Elongation - What's the difference?

tensile | elongation |


As an adjective tensile

is of or pertaining to tension.

As a noun elongation is

elongation.

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