Loop vs Dangling - What's the difference?
As nouns the difference between loop and dangling
is that loop
is a length of thread, line or rope that is doubled over to make an opening while dangling
is the act of hanging something so that it can move freely; suspension.
As verbs the difference between loop and dangling
is that loop
is to form something into a loop while dangling
As an adjective dangling is
suspended from above.
A length of thread, line or rope that is doubled over to make an opening.
The opening so formed.
A shape produced by a curve that bends around and crosses itself.
A ring road or beltway.
An endless strip of tape or film allowing continuous repetition.
A complete circuit for an electric current.
(programming) A programmed sequence of instructions that is repeated until or while a particular condition is satisfied.
(graph theory) An edge that begins and ends on the same vertex.
(topology) A path that starts and ends at the same point.
(algebra) A quasigroup with an identity element.
A loop-shaped intrauterine device.
An aerobatic maneuver in which an aircraft flies a circular path in a vertical plane.
A small, narrow opening; a loophole.
- Arches, loops , and whorls are patterns found in fingerprints.
(mass of iron).
- And stop all sight-holes, every loop from whence / The eye of Reason may pry in upon us.
To form something into a loop.
To fasten or encircle something with a loop.
To fly an aircraft in a loop.
To move something in a loop.
To join electrical components to complete a circuit.
To form a loop.
To move in a loop.
- The program loops until the user presses a key.
, date=February 4
, author=Gareth Roberts
, title=Wales 19-26 England
, passage=The outstanding Tom Palmer won a line-out and then charged into the heart of the Welsh defence, scrum-half Ben Youngs moved the ball swiftly right and Cueto's looping
pass saw Ashton benefit from a huge overlap to again run in untouched.}}
* loop in
* loop the loop
suspended from above
The act of hanging something so that it can move freely; suspension.
The act of following or trailing around.
* 1866 , Mark Lemon, Falkner Lyle, Or, The Story of Two Wives
- Falkner's quick-sighted honour would not have tolerated your brother's danglings at the skirts of beauty.
* dangling modifier