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Vessel vs Body - What's the difference?

vessel | body |


As nouns the difference between vessel and body

is that vessel is (nautical) any craft designed for transportation on water, such as a ship or boat while body is a bodysuit , chiefly worn by women and children.

As a verb vessel

is (obsolete|transitive) to put into a vessel.

Body vs Soap - What's the difference?

body | soap |


As a noun body

is a bodysuit , chiefly worn by women and children.

As an acronym soap is

.

Slr vs Body - What's the difference?

slr | body |


As nouns the difference between slr and body

is that slr is single-lens reflex camera while body is a bodysuit , chiefly worn by women and children.

As an adjective slr

is denoting or relating to single-lens reflex cameras.

Body vs Buddy - What's the difference?

body | buddy |


As a noun body

is a bodysuit , chiefly worn by women and children.

As a proper noun buddy is

a male nickname.

Church vs Body - What's the difference?

church | body |


As a proper noun church

is .

As a noun body is

a bodysuit , chiefly worn by women and children.

Bomb vs Body - What's the difference?

bomb | body |


As nouns the difference between bomb and body

is that bomb is (informal) the atomic bomb; the capacity to launch a nuclear attack often used with “the” while body is a bodysuit , chiefly worn by women and children.

Parts vs Body - What's the difference?

parts | body |


As nouns the difference between parts and body

is that parts is while body is a bodysuit , chiefly worn by women and children.

As a verb parts

is (part).

Body vs Waterbody - What's the difference?

body | waterbody |


As nouns the difference between body and waterbody

is that body is a bodysuit , chiefly worn by women and children while waterbody is any significant accumulation of water, usually covering the earth or another planet, such as a river, lake or a bay.

Body vs Water - What's the difference?

body | water |


As nouns the difference between body and water

is that body is a bodysuit , chiefly worn by women and children while water is (uncountable) a chemical, found at room temperature and pressure as a clear liquid, having the formula h₂o, required by all forms of life on earth.

As a verb water is

to pour water into the soil surrounding (plants).

Body vs Medium - What's the difference?

body | medium |


As nouns the difference between body and medium

is that body is a bodysuit , chiefly worn by women and children while medium is medium.

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