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distinct

adjective (DIFFERENT)
不同的
 
 
/dɪˈstɪŋkt/
clearly separate and different (from something else)
明显不同的,差别明显的
The two concepts are quite distinct (from each other).
这两个概念(之间)有显着的差别。
There are two distinct factions within the one political party.
在同一政党内有两个不同的派系。
Different and difference
as distinct from rather than
而不是
She's a personal assistant as distinct from a secretary.
她是私人助理而不是秘书。
Different and difference
distinctly
 
 
/dɪˈstɪŋkt.li/ adverb
I distinctly remember asking him.
我确实记得问过他。
Apparent and obviousVisible
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