coordinate terms

Undershot vs Backshot - What's the difference?

undershot | backshot | coordinate terms |

Undershot is a coordinate term of backshot.


As adjectives the difference between undershot and backshot

is that undershot is (of a waterwheel) powered by water flowing from below while backshot is (of a water wheel) having the water introduced just behind the summit, combining the advantages of breastshot and overshot systems, since the full amount of the potential energy released by the falling water is harnessed as the water descends the back of the wheel.

As a verb undershot

is (undershoot).

As a noun backshot is

(chiefly|sport).

Midshot vs Backshot - What's the difference?

midshot | backshot | coordinate terms |

Midshot is a coordinate term of backshot.


As nouns the difference between midshot and backshot

is that midshot is a point in time during the taking of a photograph while backshot is (chiefly|sport).

As an adjective backshot is

(of a water wheel) having the water introduced just behind the summit, combining the advantages of breastshot and overshot systems, since the full amount of the potential energy released by the falling water is harnessed as the water descends the back of the wheel.

Backshot vs Foreshot - What's the difference?

backshot | foreshot | coordinate terms |

Backshot is a coordinate term of foreshot.


In chiefly|sport|lang=en terms the difference between backshot and foreshot

is that backshot is (chiefly|sport) while foreshot is (chiefly|sport).

In geology|lang=en terms the difference between backshot and foreshot

is that backshot is (geology) while foreshot is (geology).

As nouns the difference between backshot and foreshot

is that backshot is (chiefly|sport) while foreshot is the spirits that first come over when an alcoholic liquid is distilled.

As an adjective backshot

is (of a water wheel) having the water introduced just behind the summit, combining the advantages of breastshot and overshot systems, since the full amount of the potential energy released by the falling water is harnessed as the water descends the back of the wheel.

Midshot vs Foreshot - What's the difference?

midshot | foreshot | coordinate terms |

Midshot is a coordinate term of foreshot.


As nouns the difference between midshot and foreshot

is that midshot is a point in time during the taking of a photograph while foreshot is the spirits that first come over when an alcoholic liquid is distilled.

Wharfage vs Boatage - What's the difference?

wharfage | boatage | coordinate terms |

Wharfage is a coordinate term of boatage.


As nouns the difference between wharfage and boatage

is that wharfage is a dock; quay; or pier while boatage is the total capacity of boats, as of lifeboats on a ship.

Towage vs Boatage - What's the difference?

towage | boatage | coordinate terms |

Towage is a coordinate term of boatage.


As nouns the difference between towage and boatage

is that towage is the act of towing while boatage is the total capacity of boats, as of lifeboats on a ship.

Tonnage vs Boatage - What's the difference?

tonnage | boatage | coordinate terms |

Tonnage is a coordinate term of boatage.


As nouns the difference between tonnage and boatage

is that tonnage is tonnage while boatage is the total capacity of boats, as of lifeboats on a ship.

Sledage vs Boatage - What's the difference?

sledage | boatage | coordinate terms |

Sledage is a coordinate term of boatage.


As a noun boatage is

the total capacity of boats, as of lifeboats on a ship.

Shorage vs Boatage - What's the difference?

shorage | boatage | coordinate terms |

Shorage is a coordinate term of boatage.


As nouns the difference between shorage and boatage

is that shorage is a right to use a shore, as to land goods, or a fee or duty for such right while boatage is the total capacity of boats, as of lifeboats on a ship.

Shippage vs Boatage - What's the difference?

shippage | boatage | coordinate terms |

Shippage is a coordinate term of boatage.


As nouns the difference between shippage and boatage

is that shippage is (dated) shipment of goods while boatage is the total capacity of boats, as of lifeboats on a ship.

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