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Shear vs Shearable - What's the difference?

shear | shearable |


In physics|lang=en terms the difference between shear and shearable

is that shear is (physics) a force that produces a shearing strain while shearable is (physics) that is subject to shear.

As adjectives the difference between shear and shearable

is that shear is while shearable is (physics) that is subject to shear.

As a verb shear

is to cut, originally with a sword or other bladed weapon, now usually with shears, or as if using shears.

As a noun shear

is a cutting tool similar to scissors, but often larger.

Shear vs Shearability - What's the difference?

shear | shearability |


As nouns the difference between shear and shearability

is that shear is a cutting tool similar to scissors, but often larger while shearability is (uncountable) the condition of being shearable.

As a verb shear

is to cut, originally with a sword or other bladed weapon, now usually with shears, or as if using shears.

As an adjective shear

is .

Shear vs Shearless - What's the difference?

shear | shearless |


In physics|lang=en terms the difference between shear and shearless

is that shear is (physics) a force that produces a shearing strain while shearless is (physics) having, or producing no (or very little) shear.

As adjectives the difference between shear and shearless

is that shear is while shearless is (physics) having, or producing no (or very little) shear.

As a verb shear

is to cut, originally with a sword or other bladed weapon, now usually with shears, or as if using shears.

As a noun shear

is a cutting tool similar to scissors, but often larger.

Shear vs Sheepshearing - What's the difference?

shear | sheepshearing |


As nouns the difference between shear and sheepshearing

is that shear is a cutting tool similar to scissors, but often larger while sheepshearing is the act of shearing sheep.

As a verb shear

is to cut, originally with a sword or other bladed weapon, now usually with shears, or as if using shears.

As an adjective shear

is .

Shear vs Unsheared - What's the difference?

shear | unsheared |


As adjectives the difference between shear and unsheared

is that shear is while unsheared is not sheared.

As a verb shear

is to cut, originally with a sword or other bladed weapon, now usually with shears, or as if using shears.

As a noun shear

is a cutting tool similar to scissors, but often larger.

Shear vs Sarcoglycan - What's the difference?

shear | sarcoglycan |


As nouns the difference between shear and sarcoglycan

is that shear is a cutting tool similar to scissors, but often larger while sarcoglycan is any of a family of transmembrane proteins involved in the protein complex responsible for connecting the muscle fibre cytoskeleton to the extracellular matrix, preventing damage to the muscle fibre sarcolemma through shearing forces.

As a verb shear

is to cut, originally with a sword or other bladed weapon, now usually with shears, or as if using shears.

As an adjective shear

is .

Shear vs Trigonid - What's the difference?

shear | trigonid |


As nouns the difference between shear and trigonid

is that shear is a cutting tool similar to scissors, but often larger while trigonid is the shearing end of a tribosphenic molar.

As a verb shear

is to cut, originally with a sword or other bladed weapon, now usually with shears, or as if using shears.

As an adjective shear

is .

Shear vs Shearlike - What's the difference?

shear | shearlike |


As adjectives the difference between shear and shearlike

is that shear is while shearlike is resembling or characteristic of shears (the cutting tool).

As a verb shear

is to cut, originally with a sword or other bladed weapon, now usually with shears, or as if using shears.

As a noun shear

is a cutting tool similar to scissors, but often larger.

Shear vs Shearfree - What's the difference?

shear | shearfree |


As adjectives the difference between shear and shearfree

is that shear is while shearfree is free from shear forces.

As a verb shear

is to cut, originally with a sword or other bladed weapon, now usually with shears, or as if using shears.

As a noun shear

is a cutting tool similar to scissors, but often larger.

Shear vs Nott - What's the difference?

shear | nott |


As verbs the difference between shear and nott

is that shear is to cut, originally with a sword or other bladed weapon, now usually with shears, or as if using shears while nott is (obsolete) to shear.

As adjectives the difference between shear and nott

is that shear is while nott is (obsolete) bald.

As a noun shear

is a cutting tool similar to scissors, but often larger.

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