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Distinguish

Meanings and phrases

distinguish

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v.
  1. mark as different; separate; differentiate; secern; secernate; severalize; severalise; tell; tell apart
  2. detect with the senses; spot; recognize; recognise; discern; pick out; make out; tell apart
  3. be a distinctive feature, attribute, or trait; sometimes in a very positive sense; mark; differentiate
  4. identify as in botany or biology, for example; identify; discover; key; key out; describe; name
  5. make conspicuous or noteworthy; signalize; signalise

distinguish between

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E.g.
  • These scholars did not distinguish between each other.
  • Occasionally, dual forms can distinguish between meanings.
  • One must distinguish between "ratio decidendi" and "obiter dicta".

not distinguish

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E.g.
  • These scholars did not distinguish between each other.
  • Others do not distinguish the subtaxa.
  • In Belgium, traffic laws do not distinguish cycle lanes from cyclepaths.

used to distinguish

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E.g.
  • Tone is not used to distinguish meanings of words.
  • It can be used to distinguish certain Streptococcal organisms.
  • Several methods can be used to distinguish actual causality from spurious indications of causality.

difficult to distinguish

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E.g.
  • It may be difficult to distinguish from epidermolytic hyperkeratosis.
  • Such variation may be innate or learned and is often very difficult to distinguish.
  • They may contain elements of are often difficult to distinguish from the practice of vratas.

not distinguish between

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • These scholars did not distinguish between each other.
  • For instance, Tamil does not distinguish between voiced and voiceless stops.
  • The Franchise Law does not distinguish between Brazilian and foreign franchisors.

distinguish themselves

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E.g.
  • They distinguish themselves by their costumes and dialect.
  • In the battle Oeagrus, Aeacus, and Erectheus all distinguish themselves.
  • They were less problematic than the A2/2 class, but did not distinguish themselves.

order to distinguish

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E.g.
  • In this way, the space had to be decorated in two different ways, in order to distinguish both universes.
  • Ordinary functors are also called covariant functors in order to distinguish them from contravariant ones.
  • In order to distinguish himself from his father, he usually wrote his scripts under the pen name Guido Nolitta.

able to distinguish

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E.g.
  • Neither study was able to distinguish between the effects of phenylephrine or a placebo.
  • The way this works is that the computer circuit is able to distinguish between a healthy and mutated cell by utilizing a set of five criteria.
  • In order for an algorithm to correctly test whether its input is uniform, it must be able to distinguish formula_36 from every possible permutation of formula_37.

distinguish itself

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E.g.
  • The consensus is: "An unremarkable slasher flick that fails to distinguish itself from others of its ilk".
  • To distinguish itself from Herald Square neighbors, Gimbels' advertising promised more: "Select, don't settle."
  • In 1863 it assumed the official name of Cavenago Cavenago d'Adda, to distinguish itself from Cavenago of Brianza.

does not distinguish

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E.g.
  • For instance, Tamil does not distinguish between voiced and voiceless stops.
  • , most software does not distinguish symbols for binary and decimal prefixes.
  • The Franchise Law does not distinguish between Brazilian and foreign franchisors.

hard to distinguish

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E.g.
  • This species is hard to distinguish from other "Salvinia".
  • Some gases are hard to distinguish by sight or smell alone.
  • It is hard to distinguish them without careful inspection of their looks.

did not distinguish

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E.g.
  • These scholars did not distinguish between each other.
  • Jordanes considered the Goths to be Scyths, and often did not distinguish them.
  • They were less problematic than the A2/2 class, but did not distinguish themselves.

way to distinguish

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E.g.
  • Since some E8s were fitted with this, it is not a reliable way to distinguish the two.
  • This is when he began to look for a way to distinguish children with developmental disabilities.
  • Later, the color of the robes came to serve as a way to distinguish monastics, just as they did in India.

help distinguish

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E.g.
  • Determinatives are not pronounced, but help distinguish homophones.
  • Cognitive testing and brain imaging can help distinguish depression from dementia.
  • Staining techniques using artificial dyes were established to help distinguish between different types of tissue.
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