What is the difference between Chaise and Modular?

The difference between chaise and modular

is that "chaise" is an open, horse-drawn carriage for one or two people, usually with one horse and two wheels and "modular" is consisting of separate modules; especially where each module performs or fulfills some specified function and could be replaced by a similar module for the same function, independently of the other modules.

chaise

modular

Noun

  • An open, horse-drawn carriage for one or two people, usually with one horse and two wheels.
  • A chaise longue.
  • A post chaise.

Exemple

  • The next morning after breakfast, Joe put Merrylegs into the mistress’s low chaise to take him to the vicarage; he came first and said good bye to us, and Merrylegs neighed to us from the yard.

Adjective

  • Consisting of separate modules; especially where each module performs or fulfills some specified function and could be replaced by a similar module for the same function, independently of the other modules.
  • (chiefly mathematics) Of or relating to a module or modules.
  • Relating to mode or modulation.

Antonyms

  • (consisting of separate modules): monolithic

Related terms

  • modularize/modularise
  • module
  • modularized