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The example sentences of DISTINGUISH in videos (15 in total of 149)

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we personal pronoun re noun, singular or mass not adverb able adjective to to distinguish verb, base form between preposition or subordinating conjunction the determiner fault noun, singular or mass types noun, plural as preposition or subordinating conjunction some determiner of preposition or subordinating conjunction them personal pronoun overlap verb, non-3rd person singular present .
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despite preposition or subordinating conjunction the determiner great adjective effort noun, singular or mass to to make verb, base form data proper noun, singular appear verb, non-3rd person singular present human adjective , soong proper noun, singular felt verb, past tense it personal pronoun important adjective to to distinguish verb, base form
but coordinating conjunction we personal pronoun make verb, non-3rd person singular present proper noun, singular it personal pronoun s proper noun, singular a determiner useful adjective distinction noun, singular or mass to to distinguish verb, base form the determiner moral adjective law noun, singular or mass from preposition or subordinating conjunction the determiner ceremonial adjective
that wh-determiner will modal give verb, base form lsst proper noun, singular the determiner sensitivity noun, singular or mass and coordinating conjunction clarity noun, singular or mass to to distinguish verb, base form planet proper noun, singular nine cardinal number even adverb if preposition or subordinating conjunction it personal pronoun s proper noun, singular
as preposition or subordinating conjunction they personal pronoun are verb, non-3rd person singular present part noun, singular or mass of preposition or subordinating conjunction childe proper noun, singular s proper noun, singular list noun, singular or mass and coordinating conjunction still adverb used verb, past participle by preposition or subordinating conjunction some determiner to to distinguish verb, base form cities noun, plural .
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now adverb this determiner body noun, singular or mass image noun, singular or mass distortion noun, singular or mass also adverb impacts noun, plural your possessive pronoun ability noun, singular or mass to to distinguish verb, base form between preposition or subordinating conjunction self noun, singular or mass and coordinating conjunction other adjective ,
adapters proper noun, singular can modal come verb, base form in preposition or subordinating conjunction all determiner kinds noun, plural of preposition or subordinating conjunction shapes noun, plural and coordinating conjunction forms noun, plural , and coordinating conjunction it personal pronoun s proper noun, singular important adjective to to distinguish verb, base form
to to understand verb, base form the determiner gratuity noun, singular or mass or coordinating conjunction the determiner unmerited verb, past participle quality noun, singular or mass of preposition or subordinating conjunction grace noun, singular or mass , we personal pronoun need verb, non-3rd person singular present to to distinguish verb, base form it personal pronoun
i personal pronoun was verb, past tense impressed verb, past participle how wh-adverb it personal pronoun was verb, past tense still adverb remarkably adverb able adjective to to distinguish verb, base form each determiner hand noun, singular or mass and coordinating conjunction fingers noun, plural .
that wh-determiner 's verb, 3rd person singular present at preposition or subordinating conjunction the determiner top adjective there adverb , that wh-determiner 's verb, 3rd person singular present a determiner nice adjective way noun, singular or mass to to be verb, base form able adjective to to distinguish verb, base form
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Use "distinguish" in a sentence | "distinguish" example sentences

How to use "distinguish" in a sentence?

  • Happy is the man who knows how to distinguish the real from the unreal, the eternal from the transient and the good from the pleasant by his discrimination and wisdom.
    -B.K.S. Iyengar-
  • Women of quality are so civil, you can hardly distinguish love from good breeding.
    -William Wycherley-
  • A professor can never better distinguish himself in his work than by encouraging a clever pupil, for the true discovers are among them, as comets amongst the stars.
    -Carl Linnaeus-
  • Style helps distinguish you . . . It's a great potential opportunity that people tend to leave by the wayside
    -Michelle Obama-
  • But who can distinguish between falling in love and imagining falling in love? Even genuinely falling in love is an act of the imagination.
    -John Irving-
  • What underlies great science is what underlies great art, whether it is visual or written, and that is the ability to distinguish patterns out of chaos.
    -Diana Gabaldon-
  • I distinguish sentiment from sentimentality. Sentimentality makes your skin crawl. It's like too much sugar. But, sentiment is a great feeling.
    -Josh Radnor-
  • Working is part of life, I don't know how to distinguish between the two... Work is an expression of life.
    -Orson Welles-

Definition and meaning of DISTINGUISH

What does "distinguish mean?"

/dəˈstiNGɡwiSH/

distinguish

verb
recognize or treat as different.

What are synonyms of "distinguish"?
Some common synonyms of "distinguish" are:
  • differentiate,
  • discriminate,
  • discern,
  • determine,

You can find detailed definitions of them on this page.

/ˌdifəˈren(t)SHēˌāt/

differentiate
verb

To see or show how things are not the same.

/dəˈskriməˌnāt/

discriminate
verb

To distinguish the differences between things.

/dəˈsərn/

discern
verb

To be able to tell differences, see shapes, etc..

/dəˈtərmən/

determine
verb

To control exactly how something will be or act.