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- gwahaniaethugwahaniaethu rhyngddyntnodedigyn gwahaniaethugwahaniaethu
Verb(1) mark as different(2) detect with the senses(3) be a distinctive feature, attribute, or trait; sometimes in a very positive sense(4) make conspicuous or noteworthy(5) identify as in botany or biology, for example
(1) The licensing and distribution models are the key characteristics that distinguish OSS from commercial software.(2) The sources do not distinguish between administrative and political corruption or between petty and grand corruption.(3) She couldn't distinguish anything in the darkness that prevailed down here.(4) Certain characteristics distinguish one type of print from another.(5) My whole mind whirled around me, thinking so many thoughts that I couldn't distinguish anything intelligible.(6) we must distinguish between two kinds of holiday(7) In close-ups you could barely distinguish which body parts were on view.(8) Several features distinguish the Posimetric design from other feeding technology.(9) These differences are sufficient to distinguish between the two species.(10) When at rest, our bodies can't distinguish between the sweet stuff in Coke and the sweet stuff in orange juice.(11) The bus was silent except for a faint beat that Lena could barely distinguish from the creaks and groans of the bus.(12) She couldn't distinguish which one it was.(13) One carried something under his arm but Monday couldn't distinguish what it was.(14) Classification systems vary in terminology, but most distinguish on the basis of the severity of the learning disability.(15) Up ahead, beyond the settlement, Ryan could distinguish the dark, unruly mass that was the sea.(16) Each fish has a unique pattern of white spots, making it possible to distinguish one from another.
(1) distinguish between :: gwahaniaethu rhwng
1. differentiate ::
2. discern ::
3. separate ::
4. spot ::
fan a'r lle
5. key ::
6. signalize ::
7. secern ::
1. confuse ::
2. mistake ::
Different Formsdistinguish, distinguishable, distinguished, distinguishes, distinguishing
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