sweep

Sweep vs Dusting - What's the difference?

sweep | dusting | Related terms |


As verbs the difference between sweep and dusting

is that sweep is to clean (a surface) by means of a stroking motion of a broom or brush while dusting is present participle of lang=en.

As nouns the difference between sweep and dusting

is that sweep is the person who steers a dragon boat while dusting is a light snowfall.

Sweep vs Province - What's the difference?

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Sweep is a related term of province.


As nouns the difference between sweep and province

is that sweep is the person who steers a dragon boat while province is a subdivision of government usually one step below the national level; (canada) one of ten of canada's federated entities, recognized by the constitution and having a separate representative of the sovereign (compare territory).

As a verb sweep

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

As a proper noun province is

(british) northern ireland.

Waft vs Sweep - What's the difference?

waft | sweep | Related terms |

Waft is a related term of sweep.


In ergative|lang=en terms the difference between waft and sweep

is that waft is (ergative) to (cause to) float easily or gently through the air while sweep is (ergative) to move something in a particular motion, as a broom.

In lang=en terms the difference between waft and sweep

is that waft is to be moved, or to pass, on a buoyant medium; to float while sweep is to remove something abruptly and thoroughly.

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

is that waft is (nautical) a flag, (also called a waif or wheft), used to indicate wind direction or, with a knot tied in the center, as a signal while sweep is (nautical) to draw or drag something over.

As verbs the difference between waft and sweep

is that waft is (ergative) to (cause to) float easily or gently through the air while sweep is to clean (a surface) by means of a motion of a broom or brush.

As nouns the difference between waft and sweep

is that waft is a light breeze while sweep is the person who steers a dragon boat.

Sweep vs Time - What's the difference?

sweep | time | Related terms |

Sweep is a related term of time.


As nouns the difference between sweep and time

is that sweep is the person who steers a dragon boat while time is .

As a verb sweep

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

Sweep vs Skim - What's the difference?

sweep | skim | Related terms |

Sweep is a related term of skim.


In lang=en terms the difference between sweep and skim

is that sweep is to remove something abruptly and thoroughly while skim is to clear a liquid from (scum or substance floating or lying on it), especially the cream that floats on top of fresh milk.

As verbs the difference between sweep and skim

is that sweep is to clean (a surface) by means of a motion of a broom or brush while skim is to pass lightly; to glide along in an even, smooth course; to glide along near the surface.

As a noun sweep

is the person who steers a dragon boat.

As an adjective skim is

(of milk) having lowered fat content.

Sweep vs Abundance - What's the difference?

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Sweep is a related term of abundance.


In card games|lang=en terms the difference between sweep and abundance

is that sweep is (card games) in the game casino, the act of capturing all face-up cards from the table while abundance is (card games) a bid to take nine or more tricks in solo whist .

As nouns the difference between sweep and abundance

is that sweep is the person who steers a dragon boat while abundance is a large quantity; many .

As a verb sweep

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

Size vs Sweep - What's the difference?

size | sweep | Related terms |

Size is a related term of sweep.


As nouns the difference between size and sweep

is that size is subject, topic while sweep is the person who steers a dragon boat.

As a verb sweep is

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

Glide vs Sweep - What's the difference?

glide | sweep | Related terms |

Glide is a related term of sweep.


In lang=en terms the difference between glide and sweep

is that glide is to cause to glide while sweep is to remove something abruptly and thoroughly.

As verbs the difference between glide and sweep

is that glide is to move softly, smoothly, or effortlessly while sweep is to clean (a surface) by means of a motion of a broom or brush.

As nouns the difference between glide and sweep

is that glide is the act of gliding while sweep is the person who steers a dragon boat.

Sweep vs Completeness - What's the difference?

sweep | completeness | Related terms |

Sweep is a related term of completeness.


As nouns the difference between sweep and completeness

is that sweep is the person who steers a dragon boat while completeness is the state or condition of being complete.

As a verb sweep

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

Group vs Sweep - What's the difference?

group | sweep | Related terms |

Group is a related term of sweep.


In lang=en terms the difference between group and sweep

is that group is to come together to form a group while sweep is to remove something abruptly and thoroughly.

As nouns the difference between group and sweep

is that group is a number of things or persons being in some relation to one another while sweep is the person who steers a dragon boat.

As verbs the difference between group and sweep

is that group is to put together to form a group while sweep is to clean (a surface) by means of a motion of a broom or brush.

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