English - Vietnamese Dictionary
differentiate /,difə'renʃieit/Concise Dictionary
- ngoại động từ
- phân biệt
- to differentiate something from another: phân biệt cái này với cái khác
- nội động từ
- trở thành khác biệt, khác biệt
+mark as different
+be a distinctive feature, attribute, or trait; sometimes in a very positive sense
+calculate a derivative; take the derivative
+become different during development
+evolve so as to lead to a new species or develop in a way most suited to the environment
+become distinct and acquire a different character
Advanced English Dictionary
1 distinguish, discriminate, contradistinguish, separate, contrast, oppose, set off or apart, tell apart:
They must learn how to differentiate one species from another.
2 modify, specialize, change, alter, transform, transmute, convert, adapt, adjust:
All organisms possess the power to differentiate special organs to meet special needs.
+ verbCollocation Dictionary
1 ~ (between) A and B
~ A (from B) to recognize or show that two things are not the same
[V] It's difficult to differentiate between the two varieties. + [VN] I can't differentiate one variety from another.
2 [VN] ~ sth (from sth) to be the particular thing that shows that things or people are not the same
The male's yellow beak differentiates it from the female.
3 [V] ~ between A and B to treat people or things in a different way, especially in an unfair way
differentiation noun [U]
VERB + DIFFERENTIATE
be important to | be easy to, be possible to | be difficult to
It is not always possible to differentiate between the two diseases.
features which clearly differentiate this product from other similar ones
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