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Turnout vs Detour - What's the difference?

turnout | detour |


As nouns the difference between turnout and detour

is that turnout is attendance; crowd while detour is detour.

Turnout vs Appetite - What's the difference?

turnout | appetite |


As nouns the difference between turnout and appetite

is that turnout is attendance; crowd while appetite is desire for, or relish of, food or drink; hunger.

Turnout vs Join - What's the difference?

turnout | join |


As nouns the difference between turnout and join

is that turnout is attendance; crowd while join is an intersection of piping or wiring; an interconnect.

As a verb join is

to combine more than one item into one; to put together.

Turnback vs Turnout - What's the difference?

turnback | turnout |


As nouns the difference between turnback and turnout

is that turnback is used attributively to describe part of a garment that is turned back while turnout is attendance; crowd.

Turnout vs Takeoff - What's the difference?

turnout | takeoff |


As nouns the difference between turnout and takeoff

is that turnout is attendance; crowd while takeoff is the rising or ascent of an aircraft or rocket into flight.

Paddock vs Turnout - What's the difference?

paddock | turnout |


As nouns the difference between paddock and turnout

is that paddock is (archaic except in dialects) a frog or toad or paddock can be a small enclosure or field of grassland, especially for horses while turnout is attendance; crowd.

As a verb paddock

is to provide with a paddock to keep in, or place in, a paddock.

Turnout vs Curve - What's the difference?

turnout | curve |


As a noun turnout

is attendance; crowd.

As a verb curve is

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Turnout vs Shapeup - What's the difference?

turnout | shapeup |


As nouns the difference between turnout and shapeup

is that turnout is attendance; crowd while shapeup is (slang) a gathering of labourers, where employers hire them for day jobs.

Turndown vs Turnout - What's the difference?

turndown | turnout |


As nouns the difference between turndown and turnout

is that turndown is a downturn while turnout is attendance; crowd.

Upturn vs Turnout - What's the difference?

upturn | turnout |


As nouns the difference between upturn and turnout

is that upturn is an upward turn or trend, especially in business activity or profit while turnout is attendance; crowd.

As a verb upturn

is to turn (something) up or over.

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