Making vs Formation - What's the difference?
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Making is a related term of formation.
As nouns the difference between making and formation
is that making
is the act of forming, causing, or constituting; workmanship; construction while formation
As a verb making
Other Comparisons: What's the difference?
From (etyl) making, from (etyl) , (etyl) machunga.
The act of forming, causing, or constituting; workmanship; construction.
Process of growth or development.
- ''As a child he didn’t seem like a genius in the making .
- Soon (30 years?) we'll be making complete DNA and life in reverse, growing food that only reversed creatures cn eat. - Earliest Usenet use via Google Groups - fa.human-nets, 10 May 1981 09:16-EDT, Robert Elton Maas
Something possessing structure or form.
The act of assembling a group or structure.
(geology) A rock or face of a mountain.
(military) A grouping of military units or smaller formations under a command, such as a brigade, division, wing, etc.
(military) An arrangement of moving troops, ships, or aircraft, such as a wedge, line abreast, or echelon. Often "in formation".
The process of influencing or guiding a person to a deeper understanding of a particular vocation.
* (military grouping of units) battle group, brigade group, task force, combat team
* (military arrangement of forces) tactical formation, battle formation