sweep

Sweep vs Switch - What's the difference?

sweep | switch |


In transitive terms the difference between sweep and switch

is that sweep is to remove something abruptly and thoroughly while switch is to whip or hit with a switch.

In intransitive terms the difference between sweep and switch

is that sweep is to move through an (horizontal) arc or similar long stroke while switch is to change places, tasks, etc.

As an adjective switch is

riding with their opposite foot forward from their natural position.

Undulate vs Sweep - What's the difference?

undulate | sweep |


In lang=en terms the difference between undulate and sweep

is that undulate is to appear wavelike while sweep is to remove something abruptly and thoroughly.

As verbs the difference between undulate and sweep

is that undulate is to cause to move in a wavelike motion while sweep is to clean (a surface) by means of a motion of a broom or brush.

As an adjective undulate

is wavy in appearance or form.

As a noun sweep is

the person who steers a dragon boat.

Surge vs Sweep - What's the difference?

surge | sweep |


In nautical|lang=en terms the difference between surge and sweep

is that surge is (nautical) the swell or heave of the sea (fm 55-501) while sweep is (nautical) to draw or drag something over.

As nouns the difference between surge and sweep

is that surge is a sudden transient rush, flood or increase while sweep is the person who steers a dragon boat.

As verbs the difference between surge and sweep

is that surge is (lb) to rush, flood, or increase suddenly while sweep is to clean (a surface) by means of a motion of a broom or brush.

Sweep vs Purge - What's the difference?

sweep | purge |


As verbs the difference between sweep and purge

is that sweep is to clean (a surface) by means of a motion of a broom or brush while purge is .

As a noun sweep

is the person who steers a dragon boat.

Sweep vs S - What's the difference?

sweep | s |

S is likely misspelled.


S has no English definition.

As a verb sweep

is to clean (a surface) by means of a stroking motion of a broom or brush.

As a noun sweep

is the person who steers a dragon boat.

Sweep vs Touch - What's the difference?

sweep | touch | Related terms |

Sweep is a related term of touch.


As verbs the difference between sweep and touch

is that sweep is to clean (a surface) by means of a motion of a broom or brush while touch is primarily physical senses.

As nouns the difference between sweep and touch

is that sweep is the person who steers a dragon boat while touch is an act of touching, especially with the hand or finger.

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