touch

Permeate vs Touch - What's the difference?

permeate | touch |


As verbs the difference between permeate and touch

is that permeate is to pass through the pores or interstices of; to penetrate and pass through without causing rupture or displacement; -- applied especially to fluids which pass through substances of loose texture; as, water permeates sand while touch is primarily physical senses.

As nouns the difference between permeate and touch

is that permeate is a watery by-product of milk production while touch is an act of touching, especially with the hand or finger.

Solution vs Touch - What's the difference?

solution | touch |


As nouns the difference between solution and touch

is that solution is a homogeneous mixture, which may be liquid, gas or solid, formed by dissolving one or more substances while touch is an act of touching, especially with the hand or finger.

As a verb touch is

primarily physical senses.

Touch vs Affection - What's the difference?

touch | affection |


As verbs the difference between touch and affection

is that touch is primarily physical senses while affection is to feel an , emotion or love for.

As nouns the difference between touch and affection

is that touch is an act of touching, especially with the hand or finger while affection is the act of affecting or acting upon.

Caressing vs Touch - What's the difference?

caressing | touch |


As verbs the difference between caressing and touch

is that caressing is while touch is primarily physical senses.

As nouns the difference between caressing and touch

is that caressing is a caress while touch is an act of touching, especially with the hand or finger.

Rub vs Touch - What's the difference?

rub | touch |


As a symbol rub

is russian rouble.

As a verb touch is

primarily physical senses.

As a noun touch is

an act of touching, especially with the hand or finger.

Touch vs Cross - What's the difference?

touch | cross |


As a verb touch

is primarily physical senses.

As a noun touch

is an act of touching, especially with the hand or finger.

As a proper noun cross is

for someone who lived near a stone cross on a road.

Touch vs Direct - What's the difference?

touch | direct |


As verbs the difference between touch and direct

is that touch is primarily physical senses while direct is to manage, control, steer.

As a noun touch

is an act of touching, especially with the hand or finger.

As an adjective direct is

straight, constant, without interruption.

As an adverb direct is

directly.

Hits vs Touch - What's the difference?

hits | touch |


As nouns the difference between hits and touch

is that hits is while touch is an act of touching, especially with the hand or finger.

As verbs the difference between hits and touch

is that hits is (hit) while touch is primarily physical senses.

As a determiner hits

is (dialectal).

Touches vs Touch - What's the difference?

touches | touch |


As verbs the difference between touches and touch

is that touches is while touch is primarily physical senses.

As a noun touch is

an act of touching, especially with the hand or finger.

Connect vs Touch - What's the difference?

connect | touch |


As verbs the difference between connect and touch

is that connect is (of an object) to join (to another object): to attach, or to be intended to attach or capable of attaching, to another object while touch is primarily physical senses.

As a noun touch is

an act of touching, especially with the hand or finger.

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