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Plane vs Planned - What's the difference?

plane | planned |


As an adverb plane

is (label) particularly, especially, certainly.

As a noun plane

is (label) the thing, the point, the interesting thing, the main interest in something, unusualness, speciality.

As a verb planned is

(plan).

As an adjective planned is

existing or designed according to a plan.

Carrier vs Plane - What's the difference?

carrier | plane |


As nouns the difference between carrier and plane

is that carrier is a person or object that carries someone or something else while plane is a level or flat surface.

As a proper noun Carrier

is a Northern Athabaskan language spoken in Canada. Sometimes considered to be three separate languages; Southern Carrier, Northern Carrier and Central Carrier.

As an adjective plane is

of a surface: flat or level.

As a verb plane is

to smooth (wood) with a plane.

Plane vs Casual - What's the difference?

plane | casual |


As nouns the difference between plane and casual

is that plane is (label) the thing, the point, the interesting thing, the main interest in something, unusualness, speciality while casual is (british|nz) a worker who is only working for a company occasionally, not as its permanent employee.

As an adverb plane

is (label) particularly, especially, certainly.

As an adjective casual is

happening by chance.

Plane vs Position - What's the difference?

plane | position | Synonyms |

Plane is a synonym of position.


As nouns the difference between plane and position

is that plane is (label) the thing, the point, the interesting thing, the main interest in something, unusualness, speciality while position is .

As an adverb plane

is (label) particularly, especially, certainly.

Craft vs Plane - What's the difference?

craft | plane | Synonyms |

Craft is a synonym of plane.


As a proper noun craft

is .

As an adverb plane is

(label) particularly, especially, certainly.

As a noun plane is

(label) the thing, the point, the interesting thing, the main interest in something, unusualness, speciality.

Plane vs Degree - What's the difference?

plane | degree | Synonyms |

Plane is a synonym of degree.


As nouns the difference between plane and degree

is that plane is (label) the thing, the point, the interesting thing, the main interest in something, unusualness, speciality while degree is (obsolete|outside|heraldry) a step on a set of stairs; the rung of a ladder.

As an adverb plane

is (label) particularly, especially, certainly.

Plane vs Plumb - What's the difference?

plane | plumb | Related terms |


In nautical terms the difference between plane and plumb

is that plane is to move in a way that lifts the bow of a boat out of the water while plumb is to position vertically above or below.

As adjectives the difference between plane and plumb

is that plane is of a surface: flat or level while plumb is truly vertical, as indicated by a plumb line.

As nouns the difference between plane and plumb

is that plane is a level or flat surface while plumb is a little mass of lead, or the like, attached to a line, and used by builders, etc., to indicate a vertical direction.

As verbs the difference between plane and plumb

is that plane is to smooth (wood) with a plane while plumb is to determine the depth, generally of a liquid; to sound.

As an adverb plumb is

in a vertical direction; perpendicularly.

Ship vs Plane - What's the difference?

ship | plane | Related terms |


In transitive terms the difference between ship and plane

is that ship is to pass (from one person to another) while plane is to smooth (wood) with a plane.

As an adjective plane is

of a surface: flat or level.

Vessel vs Plane - What's the difference?

vessel | plane | Related terms |

Vessel is a related term of plane.


As nouns the difference between vessel and plane

is that vessel is (nautical) any craft designed for transportation on water, such as a ship or boat while plane is (label) the thing, the point, the interesting thing, the main interest in something, unusualness, speciality.

As a verb vessel

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

As an adverb plane is

(label) particularly, especially, certainly.

Plane vs Flush - What's the difference?

plane | flush | Related terms |

Plane is a related term of flush.


As nouns the difference between plane and flush

is that plane is (label) the thing, the point, the interesting thing, the main interest in something, unusualness, speciality while flush is a group of birds that have suddenly started up from undergrowth, trees etc or flush can be a sudden flowing; a rush which fills or overflows, as of water for cleansing purposes or flush can be (poker) a hand consisting of all cards with the same suit.

As an adverb plane

is (label) particularly, especially, certainly.

As a verb flush is

to cause to take flight from concealment or flush can be to cleanse by flooding with generous quantities of a fluid.

As an adjective flush is

smooth, even, aligned; not sticking out.

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