distinct definition

  • adjective:
    • Readily distinguishable from all others; discrete: on two distinct events.
    • Effortlessly perceived because of the senses or intellect; obvious: a definite taste.
    • Clearly defined; unquestionable: at a distinct disadvantage.
    • most likely; possible: Discover a distinct possibility that she don't come.
    • Notable: a distinct honor and high privilege.
    • specific.
    • not the same as one another (because of the better adposition being "from")
    • visibly various.
    • easily distinguishable from others; discrete: on two distinct occasions.
    • Effortlessly recognized because of the senses or intellect; clear: a distinct taste.
    • demonstrably defined; unquestionable: at a definite disadvantage.
    • most likely; possible: There is a definite chance that she wont come.
    • Distinguished; obtaining the distinction marked; separated by an obvious indication; marked away; specified.
    • Marked; variegated.
    • Separate in position; not conjunct; not united by development or elsewhere; -- with from.
    • perhaps not identical; different; individual.
    • therefore divided as to not be confounded with anything else; perhaps not prone to be misunderstood; not confused; well-defined; obvious.
    • Notable: a distinct honor and high privilege.
    • specific.
    • distinctive from one another (with all the preferable adposition being "from")
    • Noticeably different.
    • Distinguished; having the huge difference marked; divided by an obvious sign; marked away; specified.
    • Marked; variegated.
    • individual set up; maybe not conjunct; perhaps not united by growth or perhaps; -- with off.
    • Not identical; various; individual.
    • So divided as to not be confounded with anything else; perhaps not prone to be misunderstood; maybe not perplexed; well-defined; clear.
    • constituting a different entity or part
    • recognizable; marked
    • obviously or dramatically defined towards the mind
    • simple to view; specifically clearly outlined
    • (usually accompanied by `from') not alike; various in nature or quality
    • easily distinguishable from others; discrete: on two distinct occasions.
    • Effortlessly identified because of the sensory faculties or intellect; obvious: a definite taste.
    • obviously defined; unquestionable: at a distinct downside.
    • most likely; likely: There is a definite possibility that she will not come.
    • Notable: a distinct honor and high privilege.
    • constituting a different entity or component
    • Very clear.
    • distinct from the other person (with the better adposition being "from")
    • visibly different.
    • Distinguished; getting the huge difference marked; separated by a visible sign; marked away; specified.
    • Marked; variegated.
    • Separate positioned; not conjunct; perhaps not united by growth or elsewhere; -- with off.
    • Not identical; various; person.
    • therefore separated as not to ever be confounded with any other thing; perhaps not liable to be misunderstood; not perplexed; well-defined; obvious.
    • familiar; noticeable
    • demonstrably or dramatically defined into mind
    • easy to perceive; especially plainly outlined
    • (usually accompanied by `from') maybe not alike; various in the wild or quality
    • constituting an independent entity or component
    • recognizable; noticeable
    • truly or dramatically defined into the brain
    • an easy task to perceive; specifically demonstrably outlined
    • (usually followed by `from') maybe not alike; various in nature or high quality
  • verb-transitive:
    • To distinguish.
    • To distinguish.
    • to differentiate.
  • others:
    • Distinguished; perhaps not identical; different; individual; specifically, noted off; discretely not the same as another or other people, or from 1 another.
    • demonstrably distinguishable by good sense; that may be clearly identified; well-defined; perhaps not blurred or indeterminate: since, a definite view of an object; distinct articulation; which will make a distinct level or impression.
    • plainly distinguishable by the brain; unmistakable; indubitable; good: as, a distinct assertion, promise, or falsehood.
    • extremely simple and intelligible in thought or phrase.
    • identifying clearly; capable of receiving or characterized by definite impressions; perhaps not puzzled or obscure: as, distinct sight; distinct perception of right and wrong.
    • Decorated; adorned.
    • Synonyms individual, etc. See different.
    • 2 and well-marked, basic, obvious, unmistakable. See distinctly.
    • to help make distinct; distinguish.
    • Distinguished; not identical; not the same; individual; particularly, marked off; discretely different from another or other individuals, or from a single another.
    • demonstrably distinguishable by good sense; which may be plainly recognized; well defined; perhaps not blurred or indeterminate: as, a definite view of an object; distinct articulation; to make a definite level or impression.
    • obviously distinguishable because of the mind; unmistakable; indubitable; good: because, a definite assertion, vow, or falsehood.
    • extremely basic and intelligible in idea or appearance.
    • identifying demonstrably; effective at receiving or characterized by definite impressions; maybe not confused or obscure: as, distinct sight; distinct perception of right and incorrect.
    • Decorated; adorned.
    • Synonyms Separate, etc. See different.
    • 2 and Well marked, plain, obvious, unmistakable. See distinctly.
    • which will make distinct; distinguish.
    • Distinguished; perhaps not identical; different; individual; especially, noted down; discretely distinct from another or other people, or from another.
    • plainly distinguishable by sense; which may be clearly recognized; well-defined; perhaps not blurred or indeterminate: because, a definite view of an object; distinct articulation; to help make a definite level or effect.
    • Clearly distinguishable because of the brain; unmistakable; indubitable; good: since, a definite assertion, guarantee, or falsehood.
    • extremely basic and intelligible in idea or expression.
    • Distinguishing obviously; capable of obtaining or characterized by definite impressions; maybe not confused or obscure: as, distinct sight; distinct perception of right and incorrect.
    • Decorated; adorned.
    • Synonyms different, etc. See different.
    • 2 and Well marked, ordinary, obvious, unmistakable. See distinctly.
    • To make distinct; distinguish.

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