differentiate[ dif-uh-ren-shee-eyt ]SEE DEFINITION OF differentiate
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DIFFERENTIATE
That the dog-germ should seek to get hold of, and differentiate them, we can well understand.
And no one—not one of all these people could differentiate him?
Conscientiously, sir, I don't know how to differentiate him.
That, however, is apt to differentiate city from city, and even land from land.
All that we can expect is to be able to differentiate them from their neighbours.
More than any other feature, they differentiate and distinguish the Yosemite.
It is not so easy to differentiate the two canyons of the Kings.
It is not difficult, of course, to differentiate the personal from the impersonal.
For the session of 1872-3 the almanac does not differentiate.
For the session of 1882-3 the almanac does not differentiate.