What are differences between clustering and partitioning?

Thank you for reading my post
Can some one let me know what is different between clustering and partitioning?
What i think is as follow:
In clustering we have one storage (one hard disk for example) and several instances which use that storage to server the applications
in partitioning, we have multiple instances and each of them has its own storage (hard disk) but all of these instances and hard disks serve one application.

The word "cluster" has different meanings in Oracle.
Another kind of cluster is a database object where
master and detail rows are stored together in the
same block. Table joins are very efficient, but
reading data from one table and not another tends to
take longer. These kinds of clusters are vary rarely
used.Do not forget single table sorted hash cluster!

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         7566 JONES      MANAGER        7839 02-APR-81       100                  20
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         7876 ADAMS      CLERK          7788 23-MAY-87       100                  20
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         7521 WARD       SALESMAN       7698 22-FEB-81       100       500        30
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         7698 BLAKE      MANAGER        7839 01-MAY-81       100                  30
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    FIRST
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    ELSE clause
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    * If you did not specify an else clause, then Oracle takes no action for that row.
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    * You cannot specify a table collection expression when performing a multitable insert.
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    * Plan stability is not supported for multitable insert statements.
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      3             INTO dt_test_insert_1 (id)
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      5             INTO dt_test_insert_2 (id)
      6  SELECT
      7     ID
      8  FROM
      9     dt_test_insert_base
    10  /
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             3
             4
             5
             6
             7
             8
             9
            10
            11
            12
            13
            14
            15
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            12
            13
            14
            15
            16
            17
            18
            19
            20
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      9     dt_test_insert_base
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             2
             3
             4
             5
             6
             7
             8
             9
            10
            11
            12
            13
            14
            15
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            17
            18
            19
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