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Cash vs Cars - What's the difference?

cash | cars |


As a proper noun cash

is .

As a verb cars is

to break.

Cars vs Bored - What's the difference?

cars | bored |


As verbs the difference between cars and bored

is that cars is to break while bored is (bore).

As an adjective bored is

suffering from boredom.

Cake vs Cars - What's the difference?

cake | cars |


As verbs the difference between cake and cars

is that cake is coat (something) with a crust of solid material or cake can be (uk|dialect|obsolete|intransitive) to cackle like a goose while cars is to break.

As a noun cake

is a rich, sweet dessert food, typically made of flour, sugar and eggs and baked in an oven, and often covered in icing.

Cars vs Buss - What's the difference?

cars | buss |


As verbs the difference between cars and buss

is that cars is to break while buss is to kiss (either literally or figuratively).

As a noun buss is

(archaic) a kiss.

Cars vs Lizards - What's the difference?

cars | lizards |


As nouns the difference between cars and lizards

is that cars is plural of lang=en while lizards is plural of lang=en.

Doll vs Cars - What's the difference?

doll | cars |


As a proper noun doll

is a diminutive of the female given name dorothy.

As a verb cars is

to break.

Cars vs Factory - What's the difference?

cars | factory |


As a verb cars

is to break.

As a noun factory is

(obsolete) a trading establishment, especially set up by merchants working in a foreign country.

Golf vs Cars - What's the difference?

golf | cars |


As a noun golf

is floor.

As a verb cars is

to break.

Grapes vs Cars - What's the difference?

grapes | cars |


As nouns the difference between grapes and cars

is that grapes is plural of lang=en while cars is plural of lang=en.

Buddhism vs Cars - What's the difference?

buddhism | cars |


As a noun buddhism

is buddhism.

As a verb cars is

to break.

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