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Fob vs. Filipino — What's the Difference?

Fob vs. Filipino — What's the Difference?

Difference Between Fob and Filipino

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Fob

A small pocket at the front waistline of a pair of trousers or in the front of a vest, used especially to hold a watch.

Filipino

Relating to the Philippines, the Filipinos, or their language.

Fob

A short chain or ribbon attached to a pocket watch and worn hanging in front of the vest or waist.

Filipino

A native or inhabitant of the Philippines, or a person of Filipino descent.

Fob

An ornament or seal attached to such a chain or ribbon.
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Filipino

The national language of the Philippines, a standardized form of Tagalog.

Fob

A key fob.

Filipino

A native or inhabitant of the Philippines.

Fob

To cheat or deceive (another).

Filipino

A person of Filipino ancestry.

Fob

A little pocket near the waistline of a pair of trousers or in a waistcoat or vest to hold money or valuables, especially a pocketwatch.

Filipino

The Austronesian language that is based on Tagalog, draws its lexicon from other Philippine languages, and is the official language of the Philippines.

Fob

A short chain or ribbon to connect such a pocket to the watch.

Filipino

Of or relating to the Philippines or its peoples, languages, or cultures.

Fob

(see usage notes) A small ornament attached to such a chain.

Filipino

Of or relating to the Philippines or its people or customs.

Fob

A hand-held remote control device used to lock/unlock motor cars etc.

Filipino

Of or relating to the language of the Philippines.

Fob

To cheat, to deceive, to trick, to take in, to impose upon someone.

Filipino

A native or inhabitant of the Philippine Islands, specif. one of Spanish descent or of mixed blood.
Then there are Filipinos, - "children of the country," they are called, - who are supposed to be pure-blooded descendants of Spanish settlers. But there are few of them without some touch of Chinese or native blood.

Fob

To beat; to maul.

Filipino

The official language of the Philippines, based on Tagalog. It draws its lexicon from other Philippine languages.

Fob

(incoterm) FOB

Filipino

A native or inhabitant of the Philippines

Fob

A little pocket for a watch; - callled also a watch pocket.

Filipino

Official language of the Philippines; based on Tagalog; draws its lexicon from other Philippine languages

Fob

A short chain or ribbon attached to a pocket watch, usually worn hanging out of the watch pocket, and used to conveniently remove the watch from the watch pocket.

Filipino

Of or relating to or characteristic of the Philippines or its people or customs;
The Philippine President
Our Filipino cook

Fob

To beat; to maul.

Fob

To cheat; to trick; to impose on.

Fob

A vest pocket to hold a pocket watch

Fob

An adornment that hangs from a watch chain

Fob

Short chain or ribbon attaching a pocket watch to a man's vest

Fob

Deceive somebody;
We tricked the teacher into thinking that class would be cancelled next week

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