تميز, ميز, فرق, تخالف, ميز بين, تخلق, خلق
Verb(1) mark as different(2) be a distinctive feature, attribute, or trait; sometimes in a very positive sense(3) calculate a derivative; take the derivative(4) become different during development(5) evolve so as to lead to a new species or develop in a way most suited to the environment(6) become distinct and acquire a different character
(1) By developing suitable tests with embryonic stem cells as they differentiate to germ cells we can investigate the action of these chemicals in the laboratory.(2) Inject your writing with a distinctive voice to help differentiate it from the multitude of content on the Web.(3) Twain was careful to differentiate Huck's speech from that of other white people(4) In summary, the modern international system displays six sharp distinctions that differentiate it from those of the ancient and classical world.(5) the cells differentiate into a wide variety of cell types(6) Participants were instructed to distinguish or differentiate competence from job performance, which we defined as how well employees actually performed their jobs.(7) If so, they must also determine how to differentiate their product.(8) he is unable to differentiate between fantasy and reality(9) The chapter on the challenges of bird identification explains how to differentiate similar species, such as the downy and the hairy woodpecker.(10) Once B cells have come into contact with an antigen they proliferate and differentiate into antibody secreting cells.(11) Actually there are no characteristics to differentiate it from the rest of the public sector, and sometimes even from the private sector.(12) Attributes of Victorian and Edwardian middle-class identity served to differentiate the young clerk from those with full middle-class status.(13) We will also think about how functions are built from component parts, and how we differentiate a function by considering these parts individually and how they are combined.(14) children can differentiate the past from the present(15) The hegemonic hold of Consumer Culture is so great that we cannot differentiate what is ours and what is theirs.(16) Three characteristics or properties differentiate laser light from ordinary light (ie, light from a lightbulb).
(1) differentiate between :: التفريق بين
1. distinguish ::
2. make different ::
1. confuse ::
2. mistake ::
Different Formsdifferentiate, differentiated, differentiates, differentiating
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