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Undercurrent vs Undertow - What's the difference?

undercurrent | undertow |


As nouns the difference between undercurrent and undertow

is that undercurrent is a current which flows under the surface while undertow is a short-range flow of water returning seaward from the waves breaking on the shore.

As a verb undertow is

to pull or tow under; drag beneath; pull down.

Undercurrent vs Undergroundstream - What's the difference?

undercurrent | undergroundstream |

Undercurrent vs Undertone - What's the difference?

undercurrent | undertone |


As nouns the difference between undercurrent and undertone

is that undercurrent is a current which flows under the surface while undertone is an auditory tone of low pitch or volume.

Undercurrent vs Underset - What's the difference?

undercurrent | underset |


As nouns the difference between undercurrent and underset

is that undercurrent is a current which flows under the surface while underset is undercurrent.

As a verb underset is

to set under or beneath.

Undercurrent vs Under - What's the difference?

undercurrent | under |

Undercurrent is a derived term of under.


As a noun undercurrent

is a current which flows under the surface.

As a preposition under is

in or at a lower level than.

As a adverb under is

in a way lower or less than.

As a adjective under is

being lower; being beneath something.

What is the difference between undercurrent and current?

undercurrent | current |

Undercurrent is a derived term of current.


As nouns the difference between undercurrent and current

is that undercurrent is a current which flows under the surface while current is the part of a fluid that moves continuously in a certain direction.

As a adjective current is

existing or occurring at the moment.

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