The only thing that differentiates the twins is the color of their eyes.
it was hard at first to differentiate between the two styles of music
Recent Examples on the WebThe ability to signal for help can differentiate between a safe return and a dire situation.—Craig Caudill, Field & Stream, 16 Nov. 2023 As of last Friday, more than 11,000 Palestinians, two-thirds of them women and minors, have been killed since the war began, according to the Health Ministry in Gaza, which does not differentiate between civilian and militant deaths.—Democrat-Gazette Staff From Wire Reports, arkansasonline.com, 14 Nov. 2023 Consumer-Centered Innovation And Independent Media Platforms Innovation lies at the intersection of competition and the ability to differentiate.—Jon Kirchner, Forbes, 13 Nov. 2023 More than 11,000 Palestinians, two-thirds of them women and minors, have been killed since the war began, according to the Health Ministry in Gaza, which does not differentiate between civilian and militant deaths.—Najib Jobain, TIME, 12 Nov. 2023 For instance, there are ditches, depressions, smooth patches, and projections that differentiate one skeleton from another, along with many other types of unique markings.—Sam Walters, Discover Magazine, 3 Nov. 2023 Despite her attempts to differentiate everyone, though, the multiple casting becomes dramatically confusing: There’s a thematic point in having Sabbath not be able to tell the women in his life apart, but it gets obscured by the way this production tries to follow the book’s slippery structure.—Vulture, 2 Nov. 2023 These include: Nasal swab — antigen or molecular Chest X-ray — if breathing problems are present
Pulse oximetry monitoring — to check oxygen levels
Since RSV can cause symptoms like that of the flu and/or COVID-19, swab testing can differentiate between these repository viruses.—Allison Futterman, Discover Magazine, 3 Nov. 2023 It will be supplemented by guidance from the Commerce Department on labeling and watermarking content that is AI-generated, so that authentic footage and imagery can be differentiated from that generated by software (which, in theory, could limit the threat posed by deepfakes).—Virginia Chamlee, Peoplemag, 1 Nov. 2023 See More
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probably borrowed from Medieval Latin differentiātus, past participle of differentiāre "to distinguish" (New Latin in mathematical sense), verbal derivative of Latin differentiadifference entry 1