Definition of 'differentiate'
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The advice was logical enough but in his state of mind Armstrong was in no condition to differentiate between a warning and a threat. THE SOUND OF MURDER (1994)
There's not much to differentiate the two these days. But I apologize if I have offended you with my tone. FLOATING CITY (1994)
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Translations for 'differentiate'
British English: differentiate VERB
If you differentiate between things or if you differentiate one thing from another, you recognize or show the difference between them.
A child may not differentiate between his imagination and the real world.
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