trunnion

Floating vs Trunnion - What's the difference?

floating | trunnion |


As nouns the difference between floating and trunnion

is that floating is (in the plural) material that floats in a liquid while trunnion is one of the short stubby bearings on either side of a cannon; a gudgeon.

As an adjective floating

is that which floats or float.

As a verb floating

is .

Trunnion vs Spigot - What's the difference?

trunnion | spigot |


As nouns the difference between trunnion and spigot

is that trunnion is one of the short stubby bearings on either side of a cannon; a gudgeon while spigot is a pin or peg used to stop the vent in a cask.

Trunnion vs Journal - What's the difference?

trunnion | journal |


As nouns the difference between trunnion and journal

is that trunnion is one of the short stubby bearings on either side of a cannon; a gudgeon while journal is .

Trunnion vs Pivot - What's the difference?

trunnion | pivot |


As nouns the difference between trunnion and pivot

is that trunnion is one of the short stubby bearings on either side of a cannon; a gudgeon while pivot is center.

Trunnion - What does it mean?

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Wikidiffcom vs Trunnion - What's the difference?

wikidiffcom | trunnion |


As a noun trunnion is

one of the short stubby bearings on either side of a cannon; a gudgeon.

Runnion vs Trunnion - What's the difference?

runnion | trunnion |


As nouns the difference between runnion and trunnion

is that runnion is while trunnion is one of the short stubby bearings on either side of a cannon; a gudgeon.

Trunnion vs Capsquare - What's the difference?

trunnion | capsquare |


As nouns the difference between trunnion and capsquare

is that trunnion is one of the short stubby bearings on either side of a cannon; a gudgeon while capsquare is a metal plate that covers the trunnions of a cannon and holds it in place.

Trunnion vs Rimbase - What's the difference?

trunnion | rimbase |


As nouns the difference between trunnion and rimbase

is that trunnion is one of the short stubby bearings on either side of a cannon; a gudgeon while rimbase is (military|historical) a short cylinder connecting a trunnion with the body of a cannon.

Trunnion vs Dispart - What's the difference?

trunnion | dispart |


As nouns the difference between trunnion and dispart

is that trunnion is one of the short stubby bearings on either side of a cannon; a gudgeon while dispart is the difference between the thickness of the metal at the mouth and at the breech of a piece of ordnance.

As a verb dispart is

to part, separate or dispart can be to furnish with a dispart sight.

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