Hub vs Stronghold - What's the difference?

hub | stronghold |


As nouns the difference between hub and stronghold

is that hub is lifting while stronghold is a fortress.

hub

English

(wikipedia hub)

Noun

(en noun)
  • The central part, usually cylindrical, of a wheel; the nave.
  • A point where many routes meet and traffic is distributed, dispensed or diverted.
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  • (computing) A computer networking device connecting several ethernet ports. See switch .
  • (surveying) A stake with a nail in it, used to mark a temporary point.
  • A male weasel; a buck; a dog; a jack.
  • (obsolete) The hilt of a weapon.
  • (Halliwell)
  • (US) A rough protuberance or projecting obstruction.
  • a hub in the road
  • A goal or mark at which quoits, etc., are thrown.
  • A hardened, engraved steel punch for impressing a device upon a die, used in coining, etc.
  • A screw hob.
  • A block for scotching a wheel.
  • Derived terms

    * hubbed * hubbing

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    stronghold

    English

    Noun

    (en noun)
  • A fortress
  • A place of refuge, survival or domination by a particular group or idea
  • The last stronghold of the Cornish language.