machine

Machine vs Nonmachined - What's the difference?

machine | nonmachined |


As a verb machine

is .

As an adjective nonmachined is

not machined; not having been made, shaped or finished by machinery.

Machine vs Headstock - What's the difference?

machine | headstock |


As a verb machine

is .

As a noun headstock is

a headframe.

Machine vs Turbomachine - What's the difference?

machine | turbomachine |


As a verb machine

is .

As a noun turbomachine is

any machine that transfers energy between a rotor and a fluid, including both turbines and compressors.

Machine vs Femtomachine - What's the difference?

machine | femtomachine |


As a verb machine

is .

As a noun femtomachine is

(very|rare) a (hypothetical or fictional) machine on the femto scale; that is, a mechanical device whose size is on the order of the femtometer.

Machine vs Metalline - What's the difference?

machine | metalline |


As a verb machine

is .

As a noun metalline is

(chemistry|dated) a substance of variable composition, but resembling a soft, dark-coloured metal, used in the bearings of machines to reduce friction, and as a substitute for lubricants.

As an adjective metalline is

(chemistry) relating to, or resembling, a metal; metallic.

Machine vs Turboencabulator - What's the difference?

machine | turboencabulator |


As a verb machine

is .

As a noun turboencabulator is

a fictional machine used to humorously point out the perils of excessive jargon in technical writing.

Machine vs Unmachined - What's the difference?

machine | unmachined |


As a verb machine

is .

As an adjective unmachined is

not machined.

Machine vs Catadrome - What's the difference?

machine | catadrome |


As a verb machine

is .

As a noun catadrome is

a racecourse.

Machine vs Transplanter - What's the difference?

machine | transplanter |


As a verb machine

is .

As a noun transplanter is

one who transplants.

Machine vs Tbm - What's the difference?

machine | tbm |


As a verb machine

is .

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