waterborne

Waterborne vs Waterbased - What's the difference?

waterborne | waterbased |


As adjectives the difference between waterborne and waterbased

is that waterborne is transported or transmitted by water while waterbased is based on water.

Waterborne vs Aqueous - What's the difference?

waterborne | aqueous |


As adjectives the difference between waterborne and aqueous

is that waterborne is transported or transmitted by water while aqueous is (chemistry) consisting mostly of water.

Waterborne vs Waterborne - What's the difference?

waterborne | waterborne |


As adjectives the difference between waterborne and waterborne

is that waterborne is transported or transmitted by water while waterborne is transported or transmitted by water.

Bloodborne vs Waterborne - What's the difference?

bloodborne | waterborne |


As adjectives the difference between bloodborne and waterborne

is that bloodborne is (medicine) usually of a pathogen, carried in the bloodstream and other body fluids while waterborne is transported or transmitted by water.

Waterborne vs Crane - What's the difference?

waterborne | crane |


As an adjective waterborne

is transported or transmitted by water.

As a proper noun crane is

.

Waterborne vs Nautical - What's the difference?

waterborne | nautical |


As adjectives the difference between waterborne and nautical

is that waterborne is transported or transmitted by water while nautical is relating to or involving ships or shipping or navigation or seamen.

Pulley vs Waterborne - What's the difference?

pulley | waterborne |


As a noun pulley

is one of the simple machines; a wheel with a grooved rim in which a pulled rope or chain will lift an object (more useful when two or more pulleys are used together such that a small force moving through a greater distance can exert a larger force through a smaller distance).

As a verb pulley

is to raise or lift by means of a pulley.

As an adjective waterborne is

transported or transmitted by water.

Waterborne vs Nonwaterborne - What's the difference?

waterborne | nonwaterborne |


As adjectives the difference between waterborne and nonwaterborne

is that waterborne is transported or transmitted by water while nonwaterborne is not waterborne.

Afloat vs Waterborne - What's the difference?

afloat | waterborne |


As an adverb afloat

is floating.

As an adjective waterborne is

transported or transmitted by water.

Floating vs Waterborne - What's the difference?

floating | waterborne |


As adjectives the difference between floating and waterborne

is that floating is that which floats or float while waterborne is transported or transmitted by water.

As a verb floating

is .

As a noun floating

is (in the plural) material that floats in a liquid.

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