trek

Go vs Trek - What's the difference?

go | trek | Related terms |

Go is a related term of trek.


As a noun go

is water.

As a proper noun trek is

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As an adjective trek is

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Trek vs Paddle - What's the difference?

trek | paddle | Related terms |

Trek is a related term of paddle.


As a proper noun trek

is .

As an adjective trek

is .

As a noun paddle is

a two-handed, single-bladed oar used to propel a canoe or a small boat.

As a verb paddle is

to propel something through water with a paddle, oar, hands, etc or paddle can be (british) to walk or dabble playfully in shallow water, especially at the seaside.

Territory vs Trek - What's the difference?

territory | trek | Related terms |

Territory is a related term of trek.


As a noun territory

is a large extent or tract of land; a region; a country; a district.

As a proper noun trek is

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As an adjective trek is

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Trek vs Perambulate - What's the difference?

trek | perambulate | Related terms |

Trek is a related term of perambulate.


As a proper noun trek

is .

As an adjective trek

is .

As a verb perambulate is

to walk about, roam or stroll.

Rush vs Trek - What's the difference?

rush | trek | Related terms |

Rush is a related term of trek.


As proper nouns the difference between rush and trek

is that rush is (computing) a dialect of the language while trek is .

As an adjective trek is

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Trot vs Trek - What's the difference?

trot | trek | Related terms |

Trot is a related term of trek.


As a noun trot

is trotskyist.

As a proper noun trek is

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As an adjective trek is

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Trek vs Glide - What's the difference?

trek | glide | Related terms |

Trek is a related term of glide.


As a proper noun trek

is .

As an adjective trek

is .

As a verb glide is

to move softly, smoothly, or effortlessly.

As a noun glide is

the act of gliding.

Trek vs Prance - What's the difference?

trek | prance | Related terms |

Trek is a related term of prance.


As a proper noun trek

is .

As an adjective trek

is .

As a noun prance is

(uncommon) the act of prancing.

As a verb prance is

(of a horse) to spring forward on the hind legs.

Dash vs Trek - What's the difference?

dash | trek | Related terms |

Dash is a related term of trek.


As a noun dash

is (typography) any of the following symbols: (''horizontal bar ).

As a verb dash

is to run quickly or for a short distance.

As an interjection dash

is (euphemistic) damn!.

As a proper noun trek is

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As an adjective trek is

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Trek vs Cycle - What's the difference?

trek | cycle |


As a proper noun trek

is .

As an adjective trek

is .

As a noun cycle is

an interval of space or time in which one set of events or phenomena is completed.

As a verb cycle is

to ride a bicycle or other.

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