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distinct

adjective   /dɪˈstɪŋkt/
different and separate diferenciado This word has three distinct meanings.
clear and easy to see or hear claro, marcado The voices gradually became louder and more distinct.
distinctly adverb /dɪˈstɪŋkt·li/
(Definition of distinct from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

distinct

adjective /diˈstiŋkt/
easily seen, heard or noticed claro, marcado, inconfundible There are distinct differences between the two Her voice is very distinct.
separate or different distinto Those two birds are quite distinct – you couldn’t confuse them.
distinctly adverb
claramente He pronounces his words very distinctly I distinctly heard him tell you to wait!
distinctness noun
claridad the distinctness of the family from other types of fish.
distinction /-ʃən/ noun
(the making of) a difference distinción The company makes no distinction between male and female employees with regard to pay.
a grade awarded that indicates outstanding ability or achievement sobresaliente She was awarded a distinction for her MA in Art History.
distinctive /-tiv/ adjective
different and easily identified distintivo, característico I recognized her from a long way off – she has a very distinctive way of walking!
distinctively adverb
distintivamente, característicamente Humans behave distinctively from other animals.
(Definition of distinct from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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