machine

Machine vs Cardioverter - What's the difference?

machine | cardioverter |


As a verb machine

is .

As a noun cardioverter is

a machine that performs cardioversion.

Machine vs Enrober - What's the difference?

machine | enrober |


As a verb machine

is .

As a noun enrober is

a machine used to coat food, especially confectionery with chocolate.

Machine vs Machinable - What's the difference?

machine | machinable |


As a verb machine

is .

As an adjective machinable is

able to be made or modified by machine.

Machine vs Machinal - What's the difference?

machine | machinal |


As a verb machine

is .

As an adjective machinal is

of, or pertaining to machines.

Machine vs Mechanist - What's the difference?

machine | mechanist |


As a verb machine

is .

As a noun mechanist is

a person who takes a mechanical view.

Machine vs Mammograph - What's the difference?

machine | mammograph |


As a verb machine

is .

As a noun mammograph is

a machine for taking x-ray pictures of the breasts (mammaries).

Machine vs Submachine - What's the difference?

machine | submachine |


As a verb machine

is .

As a noun submachine is

(computer science) a part of a real or virtual machine which acts as a machine in its own right.

As an adjective submachine is

of or pertaining to a submachine gun.

Machine vs Haymaker - What's the difference?

machine | haymaker |


As a verb machine

is .

As a noun haymaker is

(agriculture) a person or machine which harvests or prepares tall grass for use as animal fodder.

Machine vs Noria - What's the difference?

machine | noria |


As a verb machine

is .

As a noun noria is

a water wheel with attached buckets, used to raise and deposit water.

Pink vs Machine - What's the difference?

pink | machine |


As nouns the difference between pink and machine

is that pink is (regional) the common minnow, or pink can be or pink can be a stab or pink can be any of various flowers in the genus dianthus , sometimes called carnations while machine is a device that directs and controls energy, often in the form of movement or electricity, to produce a certain effect.

As verbs the difference between pink and machine

is that pink is to decorate a piece of clothing or fabric by adding holes or by scalloping the fringe or pink can be to turn (a topaz or other gemstone) pink by the application of heat or pink can be (of a motor car) to emit a high "pinking" noise, usually as a result of ill-set ignition timing for the fuel used (in a spark ignition engine) or pink can be (obsolete) to wink; to blink while machine is to make by machinery.

As an adjective pink

is having a colour between red and white; pale red or pink can be (obsolete) half-shut; winking.

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