View definitions for differentiate
verb as in make a distinction
What differentiates Verify is that it focuses primarily on video, Ostrow said, though as the new team comes together they will also produce more articles.
There are a few popular types of reusable hand warmers, differentiated by heating mechanism.
They’re motivated first and foremost by winning the war for talent, but also by opportunities to differentiate themselves with customers and investors.
Yet few have been taught how to differentiate between the streams to information to understand when and how they are being lied to and manipulated.
So now, it’s up to diners to differentiate between decisions made with public health in mind, and those fueled by economic or political pressures.
How can we taxonomize their experience, and differentiate it from hallucination, or psychotic break?
How did you try to differentiate your version from that one?
He also shared insight into major factors that differentiate ancient vines.
He created the curved Virgule heel as a signature, to differentiate his work post-Dior.
They do not differentiate between the self-proclaimed Jewish State and the non-complicit members of that faith.
Application of gentle heat or appropriate chemicals will serve to differentiate them.
They consented to differentiate the armor so that a body could tell one team from the other, but that was the most they would do.
As it is difficult to differentiate this second form from the first, the same precaution should be used.
These characteristics which differentiate beings can therefore be called qualities only figuratively.
I cannot say it often enough, that we must carefully differentiate between doctrine and life.
On this page you'll find 76 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to differentiate, such as: comprehend, discern, discriminate, extricate, separate, and understand.
From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.