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English - Vietnamese Dictionary
distinct /dis'tiɳkt/
  • tính từ
    • riêng, riêng biệt; khác biệt
      • man as distinct from animals: con người với tính chất khác biệt với loài vật
    • dễ nhận, dễ thấy, rõ ràng
      • distinct orders: mệnh lệnh rõ ràng
      • a distinct idea: ý nghĩ rõ ràng
    • rõ rệt, dứt khoát, nhất định
      • a distinct refusal: lời từ chối dứt khoát
      • a distinct tendency: khuynh hướng rõ rệt
Concise Dictionary
+easy to perceive; especially clearly outlined
+(often followed by `from') not alike; different in nature or quality
+constituting a separate entity or part
+recognizable; marked
+clearly or sharply defined to the mind

Thesaurus Dictionary
1 clear, perceptible, plain, understandable, vivid, definite, well-defined, precise, exact, unmistakable or unmistakeable, noticeable, recognizable, obvious, patent, marked, manifest, evident, apparent, explicit, unambiguous, clear-cut, palpable, unequivocal, lucid, sharp, pellucid, limpid, transparent:
There is a distinct outline of a figure on the Turin shroud.
2 separate, detached, discrete, different, dissimilar, distinguishable, distinguished; individual, sui generis, unique, special, singular; peculiar, unusual, uncommon, contrasting:
The government of Puerto Rico is distinct from that of the US. He has been charged with three distinct offences.
Advanced English Dictionary
+ adjective
1 easily or clearly heard, seen, felt, etc: There was a distinct smell of gas. + His voice was quiet but every word was distinct.
2 ~ (from sth) clearly different or of a different kind: The results of the survey fell into two distinct groups. + Jamaican reggae music is quite distinct from North American jazz or blues. + rural areas, as distinct from major cities
3 [only before noun] used to emphasize that you think an idea or situation definitely exists and is important: Being tall gave Tony a distinct advantage. + I had the distinct impression I was being watched. + A strike is now a distinct possibility.
distinctly adverb: I distinctly heard someone calling me. + a distinctly Australian accent + He could remember everything very distinctly.
distinctness noun [U]
Collocation Dictionary


be | become | remain | keep sth
It is necessary to keep these two issues distinct.
| regard/see sth as


very | completely, entirely, quite, totally, wholly | fairly | essentially, fundamentally | clearly | analytically, conceptually, formally
(= distinct in form),
Political power should be regarded as analytically distinct from economic power.
| anatomically, geographically, historically
geographically distinct regions


The various dialects are quite distinct from one another.


as distinct from
She was studying lung cancer, as distinct from other types of cancer.

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