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Gaffer vs Ganger - What's the difference?

gaffer | ganger |


As nouns the difference between gaffer and ganger

is that gaffer is rubberneck (undesired spectator a scene of crime or accident) while ganger is .

As a preposition ganger is

times, multiplied by.

Duct vs Gaffer - What's the difference?

duct | gaffer |


As nouns the difference between duct and gaffer

is that duct is a pipe, tube or canal which carries gas or liquid from one place to another while gaffer is rubberneck (undesired spectator a scene of crime or accident).

As a verb duct

is to channel something through a duct (or series of ducts).

Taxonomy vs Gaffer - What's the difference?

taxonomy | gaffer |


As nouns the difference between taxonomy and gaffer

is that taxonomy is the science or the technique used to make a classification while gaffer is rubberneck (undesired spectator a scene of crime or accident).

Gaffer vs Gauffer - What's the difference?

gaffer | gauffer |


As a noun gaffer

is rubberneck (undesired spectator a scene of crime or accident).

As a verb gauffer is

to plait, crimp, or flute; to goffer, as lace.

Gaffer vs Guffer - What's the difference?

gaffer | guffer |


As nouns the difference between gaffer and guffer

is that gaffer is rubberneck (undesired spectator a scene of crime or accident) while guffer is the eelpout or guffer eel.

Gaffer vs Graffer - What's the difference?

gaffer | graffer |


As nouns the difference between gaffer and graffer

is that gaffer is a chief lighting technician for a motion-picture or television production while graffer is a graffiti artist.

Gaffer vs Laffer - What's the difference?

gaffer | laffer |


As nouns the difference between gaffer and laffer

is that gaffer is rubberneck (undesired spectator a scene of crime or accident) while laffer is (entertainment industry) a comedy.

Gaffer vs Naffer - What's the difference?

gaffer | naffer |


As a noun gaffer

is rubberneck (undesired spectator a scene of crime or accident).

As an adjective naffer is

(naff).

Gaffer vs Gaffed - What's the difference?

gaffer | gaffed |


As a noun gaffer

is a chief lighting technician for a motion-picture or television production.

As a verb gaffed is

past tense of gaff.

Gaffer vs Caffer - What's the difference?

gaffer | caffer |


As nouns the difference between gaffer and caffer

is that gaffer is a chief lighting technician for a motion-picture or television production while caffer is obsolete spelling of kaffir.

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