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Changing vs Turning - What's the difference?

changing | turning |


As verbs the difference between changing and turning

is that changing is while turning is .

As nouns the difference between changing and turning

is that changing is change; alteration while turning is (british) a turn or deviation from a straight course.

Circuitous vs Turning - What's the difference?

circuitous | turning | Synonyms |

Circuitous is a synonym of turning.


As an adjective circuitous

is not direct or to the point.

As a noun turning is

(british) a turn or deviation from a straight course.

As a verb turning is

.

Turning vs Turned - What's the difference?

turning | turned |


As verbs the difference between turning and turned

is that turning is while turned is (turn).

As a noun turning

is (british) a turn or deviation from a straight course.

Turning vs Creating - What's the difference?

turning | creating |


As verbs the difference between turning and creating

is that turning is while creating is .

As a noun turning

is (british) a turn or deviation from a straight course.

Barring vs Turning - What's the difference?

barring | turning |


As verbs the difference between barring and turning

is that barring is while turning is .

As nouns the difference between barring and turning

is that barring is the exclusion of someone; blackballing while turning is (british) a turn or deviation from a straight course.

As a preposition barring

is unless something happens; excepting; in the absence of.

Meandering vs Turning - What's the difference?

meandering | turning | Related terms |

Meandering is a related term of turning.


As verbs the difference between meandering and turning

is that meandering is while turning is .

As nouns the difference between meandering and turning

is that meandering is an instance or period or roaming while turning is (british) a turn or deviation from a straight course.

As an adjective meandering

is winding or rambling.

Devious vs Turning - What's the difference?

devious | turning | Related terms |

Devious is a related term of turning.


As an adjective devious

is deviating; not straightforward or honest, not frank; not standard.

As a noun turning is

(british) a turn or deviation from a straight course.

As a verb turning is

.

Roundabout vs Turning - What's the difference?

roundabout | turning | Related terms |

Roundabout is a related term of turning.


As nouns the difference between roundabout and turning

is that roundabout is (chiefly|uk|new zealand|and|australia) a road junction at which traffic streams circularly around a central island while turning is (british) a turn or deviation from a straight course.

As an adjective roundabout

is indirect, circuitous, or circumlocutionary.

As a verb turning is

.

Shapping vs Turning - What's the difference?

shapping | turning |


As a noun turning is

(british) a turn or deviation from a straight course.

As a verb turning is

.

Turning - What does it mean?

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