zhang

Chang vs Zhang - What's the difference?

chang | zhang |


As proper nouns the difference between chang and zhang

is that chang is while zhang is of chinese origin.

Zhang vs Bhang - What's the difference?

zhang | bhang |


As a proper noun zhang

is of chinese origin.

As a noun bhang is

cannabis, especially as used in the indian subcontinent.

Whang vs Zhang - What's the difference?

whang | zhang |


As a verb whang

is (chiefly|of an object) to make a noise such as something moving quickly through the air.

As a noun whang

is (uk|us|dialect|informal|dated) a leather thong.

As a proper noun zhang is

of chinese origin.

Thang vs Zhang - What's the difference?

thang | zhang |


As a noun thang

is (slang) a thing: usually used to denote a known fad or popular activity.

As a proper noun zhang is

of chinese origin.

Hang vs Zhang - What's the difference?

hang | zhang |


As a verb hang

is .

As a proper noun zhang is

of chinese origin.

Length vs Zhang - What's the difference?

length | zhang |


As nouns the difference between length and zhang

is that length is the distance measured along the longest dimension of an object while zhang is a traditional chinese unit of length, 10 chinese feet or 1/150 chinese mile.

As a verb length

is (obsolete) to lengthen.

Unit vs Zhang - What's the difference?

unit | zhang |


As nouns the difference between unit and zhang

is that unit is (sciences) a standard measure of a quantity while zhang is a traditional chinese unit of length, 10 chinese feet or 1/150 chinese mile.

As an adjective unit

is for each unit.

Chinese vs Zhang - What's the difference?

chinese | zhang |

Traditional vs Zhang - What's the difference?

traditional | zhang |


As an adjective traditional

is of or pertaining to tradition; derived from tradition; communicated from ancestors to descendants by word only; transmitted from age to age without writing; as, traditional opinions; traditional customs; traditional expositions of the scriptures.

As a noun zhang is

a traditional chinese unit of length, 10 chinese feet or 1/150 chinese mile.