Appliance vs Utility - What's the difference?
As nouns the difference between appliance and utility
is that appliance
is the act of applying; application while utility
is the state or condition of being useful; usefulness.
The act of applying; application.
An implement, an instrument or apparatus designed (or at least used) as a means to a specific end (often specified).
Specifically: A non-manual apparatus or device, powered electrically or by another small motor, used in homes to perform domestic functions (household appliance) and/or in offices.
An attachment, some equipment (or - piece) to adapt another tool or machine to such specific purpose
(lb) A compliance
- When the boy hid father's feared cane, his bum soon found out the hard way how many sturdy appliances''' at home can double as perfectly painful spanking ' appliance
* home appliance
* major appliance
* small appliance
The state or condition of being useful; usefulness.
Something that is useful.
(economics) The ability of a commodity to satisfy needs or wants; the satisfaction experienced by the consumer of that commodity.
(business, finance) A service provider, such as an electric company or water company; or , the securities of such a provider.
(computing) A software program designed to perform a single task or a small range of tasks, often to help manage and tune computer hardware, an operating system or application software.
(sports) The ability to play multiple positions.
- I've bought a new disk utility that can recover deleted files.
* (state of being useful) usefulness,
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