distinguish

Distinguish vs Incorporate - What's the difference?

distinguish | incorporate |


In obsolete|lang=en terms the difference between distinguish and incorporate

is that distinguish is (obsolete) to make to differ while incorporate is (obsolete) corporate; incorporated; made one body, or united in one body; associated; mixed together; combined; embodied.

As verbs the difference between distinguish and incorporate

is that distinguish is to see someone or something as different from others while incorporate is to include (something) as a part.

As an adjective incorporate is

(obsolete) corporate; incorporated; made one body, or united in one body; associated; mixed together; combined; embodied.

Exceptional vs Distinguish - What's the difference?

exceptional | distinguish |


As an adjective exceptional

is forming an exception; not ordinary; uncommon; rare.

As a verb distinguish is

to see someone or something as different from others.

Comprehend vs Distinguish - What's the difference?

comprehend | distinguish |


As verbs the difference between comprehend and distinguish

is that comprehend is while distinguish is to see someone or something as different from others.

Distinguish vs Deference - What's the difference?

distinguish | deference |


As a verb distinguish

is to see someone or something as different from others.

As a noun deference is

deference.

Distinguish vs Integrity - What's the difference?

distinguish | integrity |


As a verb distinguish

is to see someone or something as different from others.

As a noun integrity is

steadfast adherence to a strict moral or ethical code.

Distinguish vs Notable - What's the difference?

distinguish | notable |


In obsolete|lang=en terms the difference between distinguish and notable

is that distinguish is (obsolete) to make to differ while notable is (obsolete) useful; profitable.

As a verb distinguish

is to see someone or something as different from others.

As an adjective notable is

(obsolete) useful; profitable or notable can be worthy of notice; remarkable; memorable; noted or distinguished.

As a noun notable is

a person or thing of distinction.

Superlative vs Distinguish - What's the difference?

superlative | distinguish |


As a noun superlative

is .

As a verb distinguish is

to see someone or something as different from others.

Distinguish vs Specify - What's the difference?

distinguish | specify |


As verbs the difference between distinguish and specify

is that distinguish is to see someone or something as different from others while specify is to state explicitly, or in detail, or as a condition.

Distinguish vs Decide - What's the difference?

distinguish | decide |


As verbs the difference between distinguish and decide

is that distinguish is to see someone or something as different from others while decide is .

Conflate vs Distinguish - What's the difference?

conflate | distinguish |


As verbs the difference between conflate and distinguish

is that conflate is to bring (things) together and fuse (them) into a single entity while distinguish is to see someone or something as different from others.

As an adjective conflate

is (biblical criticism) combining elements from multiple versions of the same text.

As a noun conflate

is (biblical criticism) a conflate text, one which conflates multiple version of a text together.

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