toehold

Bridgehead vs Toehold - What's the difference?

bridgehead | toehold |


As nouns the difference between bridgehead and toehold

is that bridgehead is an area around the end of a bridge while toehold is (rock climbing) a foothold small enough to support just the toe.

Toehold vs Purchase - What's the difference?

toehold | purchase | Related terms |

Toehold is a related term of purchase.


As nouns the difference between toehold and purchase

is that toehold is (rock climbing) a foothold small enough to support just the toe while purchase is (obsolete) the act or process of seeking and obtaining something (eg property, etc).

As a verb purchase is

to pursue and obtain; to acquire by seeking; to gain, obtain, or acquire.

Toehold - What does it mean?

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Toehold vs Stand - What's the difference?

toehold | stand | Related terms |

Toehold is a related term of stand.


As nouns the difference between toehold and stand

is that toehold is (rock climbing) a foothold small enough to support just the toe while stand is stall, booth, bench, stand (place to sell items or make deals).

Toehold vs Handhold - What's the difference?

toehold | handhold | Related terms |

Toehold is a related term of handhold.


As nouns the difference between toehold and handhold

is that toehold is (rock climbing) a foothold small enough to support just the toe while handhold is a projection that one may hold onto for support.

Hold vs Toehold - What's the difference?

hold | toehold | Synonyms |

Hold is a synonym of toehold.


As a proper noun hold

is moon.

As a noun toehold is

(rock climbing) a foothold small enough to support just the toe.

Toehold vs Leverage - What's the difference?

toehold | leverage | Related terms |

Toehold is a related term of leverage.


As nouns the difference between toehold and leverage

is that toehold is (rock climbing) a foothold small enough to support just the toe while leverage is a force compounded by means of a lever rotating around a pivot; see torque.

As a verb leverage is

(transitive|chiefly|us|slang|business) to use; to exploit; to take full advantage (of something).

Toehold vs Beachhead - What's the difference?

toehold | beachhead |


In context|by extension|lang=en terms the difference between toehold and beachhead

is that toehold is (by extension) any small advantage which allows one to make significant progress while beachhead is (by extension) an initial success that ensures the possibility of further advances in a project; a foothold.

As nouns the difference between toehold and beachhead

is that toehold is (rock climbing) a foothold small enough to support just the toe while beachhead is (military) an area of hostile territory (especially on a beach) that, when captured, serves for the continuous landing (or movement into position) of further troops and material.

Progress vs Toehold - What's the difference?

progress | toehold |


As nouns the difference between progress and toehold

is that progress is movement or advancement through a series of events, or points in time; development through time while toehold is (rock climbing) a foothold small enough to support just the toe.

As a verb progress

is to move, go, or proceed forward; to advance.

Significant vs Toehold - What's the difference?

significant | toehold |


As nouns the difference between significant and toehold

is that significant is that which has significance; a sign; a token; a symbol while toehold is (rock climbing) a foothold small enough to support just the toe.

As an adjective significant

is signifying something; carrying meaning.

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