Distinguish in a sentence as a verb

Implying that the GP is so stupid that he/she couldn't distinguish racism from bad mood... that's a straight insult.

Right now, my tab bar shows a pile of orange [Y] icons that all say "Hacker Ne...", which makes them impossible to distinguish.

And he didn't report preferences, but only that his sample could distinguish between Kit Kats.

> it adds an undeniable “rhythm” to the day, chopping it into chunks The gods confound the man who first found out\n how to distinguish hours!

Because they can't really distinguish good guest posting from 'passable' guest posting, it's all done?Got news for you: guest blogging is relevant for many more reasons than Google.

So you couldn't necessarily distinguish a program written in C from a program written in assembly, and you could "cheat" by choosing C instead.

Since there's no way to distinguish between the astroturfed "top stories" advertising for YC companies and a real news story the entire forum becomes suspect.

Why is it that rarely does anyone distinguish output format from source format in these discussions?Two spaces are used to semantically separate sentences in source format.

Unfortunately, since the editors often lack the subject expertise to distinguish cranks from experts, these policies end up making it harder for experts to contribute in some cases.

The neo-flat movement is based on the idea that you don't need to underline hyperlinks or add perspective based shadows and gradients to distinguish what a button is because you can just use colors alone or make everything a link.

Every day engineers would try to tweak the algorithm so that it would be able to distinguish between lawn art and footwear, but the gnome kept its top position.> One day, seemingly miraculously, the gnome disappeared from the results.

How can I take the article seriously when it says that "GitHub has been embroiled in a series of diversity controversies, such as programmers adding racial and sexist slurs into their code", which links to an article where someone took GitHub search and found random people putting bad words into their public repos?This author can't seem to distinguish between the code employees at GitHub write, and code users put onto GitHub.

Distinguish definitions


mark as different; "We distinguish several kinds of maple"

See also: separate differentiate secern secernate severalize severalise tell


detect with the senses; "The fleeing convicts were picked out of the darkness by the watchful prison guards"; "I can't make out the faces in this photograph"

See also: spot recognize recognise discern


be a distinctive feature, attribute, or trait; sometimes in a very positive sense; "His modesty distinguishes him from his peers"

See also: mark differentiate


make conspicuous or noteworthy

See also: signalize signalise


identify as in botany or biology, for example

See also: identify discover describe name