What is the difference between Measles and Delamination?

The difference between measles and delamination

is that "measles" is rubeola, an acute highly contagious disease, often of childhood, caused by Measles virus, of genus Morbillivirus, featuring a spreading red skin rash, fever, runny nose, cough and red eyes and "delamination" is the separation of the layers of a laminar composite material as a result of repeated stress, or failure of the adhesive.

measles

delamination

Noun

  • Rubeola, an acute highly contagious disease, often of childhood, caused by Measles virus, of genus Morbillivirus, featuring a spreading red skin rash, fever, runny nose, cough and red eyes
  • Any of several other similar diseases, such as German measles.
  • A disease of pigs and cattle, caused by larval tapeworms.
  • A disease of trees, in which the leaves are covered in spots.

Synonyms

  • (disease): morbilli, rubeola, red measles, 7-day measles, 10-day measles, hard measles

Noun

  • The separation of the layers of a laminar composite material as a result of repeated stress, or failure of the adhesive
  • (biology) The formation of a gastrula by the splitting of the blastoderm

Synonyms

  • (composites): delam (abbreviation)