As nouns the difference between kink and proline
is that kink
is a convulsive fit of coughing or laughter; a sonorous indraft of breath; a whoop; a gasp of breath caused by laughing, coughing, or crying or kink
can be a tight curl, twist, or bend in a length of thin material, hair etc while proline
is (amino acid) a nonessential amino acid c5
found in most animal proteins, especially collagen; its cyclic structure leads to kinks in the peptide chain of proteins.
As a verb kink
is to laugh loudly or kink
can be to form a kink or twist.
Other Comparisons: What's the difference?
From (etyl) kinken, kynken, from (etyl) .
To laugh loudly.
To gasp for breath as in a severe fit of coughing.
A convulsive fit of coughing or laughter; a sonorous indraft of breath; a whoop; a gasp of breath caused by laughing, coughing, or crying.
From (etyl) or (etyl) .
A tight curl, twist, or bend in a length of thin material, hair etc.
A difficulty or flaw that is likely to impede operation, as in a plan or system.
- We couldn't get enough water to put out the fire because of a kink in the hose.
An unreasonable notion; a crotchet; a whim; a caprice.
* Frederic Swartwout Cozzens
- They had planned to open another shop downtown, but their plan had a few kinks .
(slang, countable, and, uncountable) Peculiarity or deviation in sexual behaviour or taste.
* 2013 , Alison Tyler, H Is for Hardcore (page 13)
- Never a Yankee was born or bred / Without that peculiar kink in his head / By which he could turn the smallest amount / Of whatever he had to the best account.
(Scotland, dialect) A fit of coughing or laughter.
(mathematics) A positive 1-soliton solution to the
- To top it all off, Lynn is into kink . Last night she was really into kink. It's a good thing that today is my day off because I need the time to recuperate and think things over.
To form a kink or twist.
To be formed into a kink or twist.
(amino acid) A nonessential amino acid C5H9NO2 found in most animal proteins, especially collagen; its cyclic structure leads to kinks in the peptide chain of proteins.