wafer

Wafer vs Waiver - What's the difference?

wafer | waiver |


As nouns the difference between wafer and waiver

is that wafer is wafer while waiver is the act of waiving, or not insisting on, some right, claim, or privilege.

As a verb waiver is

.

Wafer vs Chips - What's the difference?

wafer | chips |


As nouns the difference between wafer and chips

is that wafer is wafer while chips is (thin-sliced and deep-fried potatoes sold in sealed bags).

Wafer vs Substrate - What's the difference?

wafer | substrate |


As nouns the difference between wafer and substrate

is that wafer is wafer while substrate is .

Wafer vs Sheetcookie - What's the difference?

wafer | sheetcookie |

Wafer vs Waffles - What's the difference?

wafer | waffles |


As nouns the difference between wafer and waffles

is that wafer is wafer while waffles is .

Foil vs Wafer - What's the difference?

foil | wafer | Synonyms |

Foil is a synonym of wafer.


As nouns the difference between foil and wafer

is that foil is a very thin sheet of metal or foil can be failure when on the point of attainment; defeat; frustration; miscarriage or foil can be (hunting) the track of an animal while wafer is wafer.

As a verb foil

is to prevent (something) from being accomplished or foil can be (mathematics) to multiply two binomials together or foil can be (obsolete) to defile; to soil.

Flake vs Wafer - What's the difference?

flake | wafer | Related terms |

Flake is a related term of wafer.


As nouns the difference between flake and wafer

is that flake is flame while wafer is wafer.

Siliconwafer vs Wafer - What's the difference?

siliconwafer | wafer |


As a noun wafer is

wafer.

Lamina vs Wafer - What's the difference?

lamina | wafer | Related terms |

Lamina is a related term of wafer.


As nouns the difference between lamina and wafer

is that lamina is lamina while wafer is wafer.

Cracker vs Wafer - What's the difference?

cracker | wafer |


As nouns the difference between cracker and wafer

is that cracker is a dry, thin, crispy, and usually salty or savoury biscuit or cracker can be (us|pejorative|racial slur) an impoverished white person from the southeastern united states, originally associated with georgia and parts of florida; by extension: any white person while wafer is wafer.

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