Synonyms for differentiate
ˌdɪf əˈrɛn ʃiˌeɪt
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distinguish, separate, differentiate, secern, secernate, severalize, severalise, tell, tell apart(verb)
mark as different
"We distinguish several kinds of maple"
tell apart, distinguish, classify, discriminate, spot, mark, sort, signalise, enjoin, split up, key out, evidence, tell, break up, divide, come apart, single out, part, state, pick out, order, carve up, key, severalize, split, assure, speciate, separate, fall apart, severalise, furcate, dissever, signalize, assort, specialize, recount, class, identify, make out, specialise, branch, discern, secern, recognize, recite, name, disunite, recognise, narrate, describe, break, sort out, ramify, fork, discover, secernate, say
distinguish, mark, differentiate(verb)
be a distinctive feature, attribute, or trait; sometimes in a very positive sense
"His modesty distinguishes him from his peers"
specialise, tell apart, distinguish, punctuate, signalise, cross out, pit, spot, mark, commemorate, speciate, key out, specialize, tick, nock, tell, strike out, notice, scar, score, brand, pick out, grade, key, severalize, strike off, separate, severalise, check off, cross off, signalize, tick off, pock, identify, make out, stigmatize, discern, secern, recognize, mark off, stigmatise, name, denounce, recognise, tag, describe, label, set, discover, secernate, note, check
calculate a derivative; take the derivative
become different during development
speciate, differentiate, specialize, specialise(verb)
evolve so as to lead to a new species or develop in a way most suited to the environment
become distinct and acquire a different character
English Synonyms and Antonyms
To compare (Latin con, together, and par, equal) is to place together in order to show likeness or unlikeness; to contrast (Latin contra, against, and sto, stand) is to set in opposition in order to show unlikeness. We contrast objects that have been already compared. We must compare them, at least momentarily, even to know that they are different. We contrast them when we observe their unlikeness in a general way; we differentiate them when we note the difference exactly and point by point. We distinguish objects when we note a difference that may fall short of contrast; we discriminate them when we classify or place them according to their differences.
We contrast one object with another.
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How to use differentiate in a sentence?
The inside of the nose is lined by a multitude of cilia( which look like a shag carpet under the microscope) that are constantly providing clearance of mucus, pathogens and inhaled particulates to the back of the nose by beating in a rhythmic motion, it is amazing that our noses can differentiate between potentially harmful pathogens and innocuous agents.
Over time, companies have become more sophisticated so banks really need to differentiate themselves more.
This time it's one smartphone cut in half, so there are some price savings to be had, samsung continues to see an opportunity to differentiate itself in an otherwise copycat market and still make some money off of it. It already has the innovation chops and the manufacturing capabilities to do this themselves, and it's practically a category that it can claim as its own until foldables gain greater salience. That's a strong position for Samsung.
An education isnt how much you have committed to memory, or even how much you know. Its being able to differentiate between what you do know and what you dont. Its knowing where to go to find out what you need to know; and its knowing how to use the information you get.
We took the socks that had captured the scent of the children overnight and flew them to the UK, where the dogs were trained to smell and differentiate samples that were infected or not.
Translations for differentiate
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- видоизменям, разграничавам се, диференцирам, отличавам се, различавам сеBulgarian
- derivovat, rozlišovatCzech
- diskriminieren, unterscheiden, differenzierenGerman
- muuttua, erilaistua, erota, erottua, differentioida, derivoida, muuttaa, erilaistaa, erottaaFinnish
- discrimineren, differentiëren, onderscheiden, afleidenDutch
- różniczkować, różnicować, odróżniać, różnić sięPolish
- дифференци́ровать, дифференцироватьRussian
- skiljs åt, särskilja, differentiera, partialderivera, deriveraSwedish
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