distinguishable definition

  • adjective:
    • Able, or easily able to be distinguished.
    • Capable of becoming distinguished; separable; divisible; discernible; capable of recognition.
    • Worthy of note or special regard.
    • (frequently followed by `from') not alike; various in the wild or quality
    • with the capacity of being perceived as different or distinct
    • Able, or quickly able to be distinguished.
    • with the capacity of becoming distinguished; separable; divisible; discernible; with the capacity of recognition.
    • worth note or special respect.
    • (often followed by `from') maybe not alike; different in general or high quality
    • capable of being perceived as different or distinct
    • Able, or easily able to be distinguished.
    • with the capacity of becoming distinguished; separable; divisible; discernible; effective at recognition.
    • worth note or unique respect.
    • (usually followed closely by `from') maybe not alike; different in the wild or quality
    • effective at being perceived as various or distinct
  • others:
    • with the capacity of being distinguished, divided, or discriminated from something different.
    • effective at being identified, acknowledged, or made completely; perceptible; discernible: since, a scarcely distinguishable speck into the sky.
    • effective at being distinguished or classified in accordance with distinctive scars, qualities, or qualities; divisible: as, noises tend to be distinguishable into high and low.
    • Worthy of note or special regard.
    • with the capacity of being distinguished, divided, or discriminated from another thing.
    • with the capacity of becoming observed, acknowledged, or made on; perceptible; discernible: because, a scarcely distinguishable speck inside sky.
    • effective at being distinguished or categorized relating to distinctive marks, characteristics, or attributes; divisible: since, noises are distinguishable into high and reduced.
    • worth note or unique regard.
    • Capable of being distinguished, divided, or discriminated from something different.
    • with the capacity of being thought of, acknowledged, or made aside; perceptible; discernible: because, a scarcely distinguishable speck inside sky.
    • Capable of becoming distinguished or classified according to unique markings, traits, or qualities; divisible: since, noises are distinguishable into high and reduced.
    • worth note or unique respect.

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