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verb as in change; make different

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We saw AOL dropping in 2002 until eventually they weren't differentiated enough to even care about.

Cities and metropolitan areas are, by contrast, aligned and attuned to the differentiated nature of their economies.

“Grittiness is what differentiated it in from the beginning,” Henderson said.

They also enjoy using easy identity categories, especially if they can be differentiated from each other.

As Silver puts it, “his brand has become poorly differentiated from the other Republican contenders.”

They are cells which have been highly differentiated for the purpose of carrying oxygen from the lungs to the tissues.

White corpuscles, or leukocytes, are less highly differentiated cells.

While the parasites are more easily found in stained preparations, the varieties are more easily differentiated in fresh blood.

Outside the body the rhabditiform embryos develop into a free-living, sexually differentiated generation.

We understand that comic postcards may be differentiated from others by the word "Comic" plainly printed on the card.


On this page you'll find 58 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to differentiated, such as: discriminate, separate, extricate, comprehend, understand, and discern.

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