Definition of 'different'
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We used different pitches on different days during the week. The Sun (2016)We were a double act yet also two very different people. The Sun (2016)You can always improve in different aspects. The Sun (2016)Too many people were saying too many different things. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Now we are going to imagine two different futures. Times, Sunday Times (2017)The other manufacturers are doing the same thing but using different technologies. Times, Sunday Times (2016)There are lots of very different ones. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Twitter would have been a totally different proposition. Times, Sunday Times (2016)In doing so they found that, just as in forests on land, there were distinct choruses at different times of the day. Times, Sunday Times (2016)When he tried to block the calls she used different numbers to contact him. The Sun (2016)Why should some people have different nutritional requirements from others? Bad Breath (1994)You want to make each brand as different and distinct as possible. THE 22 IMMUTABLE LAWS OF BRANDING (2002)The job description is the same but the performance is always different. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Our verbal message will ring hollow if an aspect of the medium potentially says something different. Christianity Today (2000)Family in two different countries could share luck. The Sun (2008)Mum was telling me all the different things to use to aid my recovery. The Sun (2010)You have a completely different picture when it is wet. The Sun (2011)The present case was one of wholly different complexion. Times, Sunday Times (2016)You see trees in a totally different perspective. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Would she be a different kind of mother from her own? Times, Sunday Times (2010)The courts were always slightly different here. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Just a rather different way of saying it. Times, Sunday Times (2011)It probably means a mix of lots of different things for different people. Life Without Work (1994)You can be covering completely different geographical places during a career. Times, Sunday Times (2014)The box being different from one you would get from a normal pharmacy is a clue. The Sun (2009)They are kept apart and we organised totally different practice times. The Sun (2008)Instead different emotions use different combinations of brain systems. EMOTIONAL ROLLERCOASTER: A Journey Through the Science of Feelings (2005)The latter are generally used when you want to leave your capital and income to different people. Times, Sunday Times (2008)So you have to grow two different varieties then get out riddles and take out bands in the middle. SHOPPED: The Shocking Power of British Supermarkets (2004)So we have the opportunity to build new business models that are very different and distinct from what we have known. Times, Sunday Times (2007)
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Translations for 'different'
British English: different /ˈdɪfərənt; ˈdɪfrənt/ ADJECTIVE
If two things are different, they are not like each other.
The crayons were all in different colours.
- American English: different
- Arabic: مُخْتَلِف
- Brazilian Portuguese: diferente
- Chinese: 不同的
- Croatian: različit
- Czech: rozdílný
- Danish: forskellig
- Dutch: verschillend
- European Spanish: diferente
- Finnish: erilainen
- French: différent
- German: verschieden
- Greek: διαφορετικός
- Italian: differente
- Japanese: 違う
- Korean: 다른
- Norwegian: forskjellig
- Polish: różny inny
- European Portuguese: diferente
- Romanian: diferit
- Russian: различный
- Spanish: diferente
- Swedish: annorlunda
- Thai: ต่างกัน
- Turkish: farklı
- Ukrainian: різний
- Vietnamese: khác nhau
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