distinction

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İngilizce - Türkçe
{i} ayırt etme
{i} fark

İngilizce öğrenenlerin 'eğlence ve 'eğlenceli' arasındaki farkı hatırlamaları önemlidir. - It is important for English learners to remember the distinction between 'fun' and 'funny'.

saygınlık
ayrı tutma
imtiyaz
farklılık
(Askeri) Fark, ayırdedici özellik
san
sanı
nişan
ayrı olma
ün
ayırım
şan
ödül
şeref
tefavüt
üstünlük
ayrım

İki ses arasında bir ayrım yapmak gereklidir. - It's necessary to make a distinction between the two sounds.

Bu tür ince ayrımlar yapmaya gerek yok. - There's no need of making such fine distinctions.

{i} yükselme
vuzuh
sivrilme
{i} şöhret
{i} paye
temyiz
{i} ayırma
{i} açıklık
distinction without a differ ence hak olunmayan sivrilme
{i} rütbe
nişan/değer/ayrım
idrak
yukselme
tefrik
{i} fark gözetme
suni fark
bozulma
(Askeri) ayırt edici özellik
distinct
belirgin

Tom'un sağ gözünün altında belirgin bir yara izi vardı. - Tom has a distinctive scar under his right eye.

Onlar arasında belirgin bir fark var. - There's a distinct difference between them.

distinction by contrast
Buna göre ayrım
distinct
farklı

Tom'un sağ gözünün altında farklı bir yara izi vardı. - Tom has a distinctive scar under his right eye.

Onun farklı bir İngilizce aksanı var. - She has a distinct English accent.

distinct
ayrı

Bu ayrı bir olasılık. - That's a distinct possibility.

O, sınıf ayrımlarının ortadan kaldırılmasını savundu. - He advocated abolishing class distinctions.

distinct
{s} aşikâr
distinct
{s} açık
distinct
(Biyokimya) ayrık
distinct
arı
distinct
(Dilbilim) ayırıcı
distinct
{s} başka
distinct
net
class distinction
sınıf farkı
distinct
bariz

Uzun boy, basketbolda bariz bir avantajdır. - Height is a distinct advantage in basketball.

a fine distinction
ince fark
completed a degree with distinction
ayrım ile tamamladı
draw a distinction
ayrıma gitmek
for further distinction )
daha fazla ayrım için
make a distinction
ayrıma gitmek
people of distinction
ayrım insanlar
distinct
müstakil
distinct
distinctly açıkça
distinct
kesin olarak
distinct
şüphesiz
distinct
vazıh
distinct
bağımsız
distinct
vuzuhla
distinct
belli
distinct
farkIıIık
distinct
belirgin/ayrı
distinct
distinctness vuzuh
distinct
açıklık
distinct
muhakkak
make a distinction
ayrı tutmak
with distinction
övgüye değer
İngilizce - İngilizce
That which distinguishes; a single occurrence of a determining factor or feature, the fact of being divided; separation, discrimination
The act of distinguishing, discriminating; discrimination
specifically, a feature that that causes someone or something to stand out as being better; a mark of honour, rank, eminence or excellence; being distinguished
a note or designation of honor, officially recognizing superiority or success in studies
{n} a difference, note discernment
A distinction between similar things is a difference. There are obvious distinctions between the two wine-making areas If you draw a distinction or make a distinction, you say that two things are different. I did not yet make a distinction between the pleasures of reading and of writing fiction
{i} difference, uniqueness; excellence; honor, mark of honor
A feature that causes someone or something to stand out as being better; being distinguished
If you say that someone or something has the distinction of being something, you are drawing attention to the fact that they have the special quality of being that thing. Distinction is normally used to refer to good qualities, but can sometimes also be used to refer to bad qualities. He has the distinction of being regarded as the Federal Republic's greatest living writer
Distinction is the quality of being very good or better than other things of the same type. Lewis emerges as a composer of distinction and sensitivity
Estimation of difference; regard to differences or distinguishing circumstance
The state of being distinguishable
That which distinguishes; a single occurrence of a determining factor
high status importance owing to marked superiority; "a scholar of great eminence"
That which distinguishes one thing from another; distinguishing quality; sharply defined difference; as, the distinction between real and apparent good
The act of distinguishing or denoting the differences between objects, or the qualities by which one is known from others; exercise of discernment; discrimination
a discrimination between things as different and distinct; "it is necessary to make a distinction between love and infatuation"
a distinguishing quality; "it has the distinction of being the cheapest restaurant in town"
A distinction is a special award or honour that is given to someone because of their very high level of achievement. The order was created in 1902 as a special distinction for eminent men and women = honour
a distinguishing difference; "he learned the distinction between gold and lead"
a distinguishing quality; "it has the distinction of being the cheapest restaurant in town
A marking off by visible signs; separation into parts; division
a distinguishing difference; "he learned the distinction between gold and lead" a distinguishing quality; "it has the distinction of being the cheapest restaurant in town
Conspicuous station; eminence; superiority; honorable estimation; as, a man of distinction
distinction without a difference
A linguistic or conceptual distinction which is of no practical importance or which has no effect on meaning; a perceived difference where there is no actual difference

The Bush Administration attempted to distinguish the current case from Flast. . . . Judge Richard Posner, writing for the court of appeals, responded that this was a distinction without a difference. In the end, all money is appropriated by Congress.

distinct
Noticeably different

Olga's voice is quite distinct because of her accent.

distinct
Very clear

Her voice was distinct despite the heavy traffic.

use-mention distinction
A distinction between the use of a word for its meaning (as in "Cheese is derived from milk") and the mention of a word as a lexical unit (as in "Cheese is derived from a word in Old English")
distinct
{a} clear, plain, full, different, marked out
analytic-synthetic distinction
In both logic and epistemology, the distinction (derived from Immanuel Kant) between statements whose predicate is included in the subject (analytic statements) and statements whose predicate is not included in the subject (synthetic statements). Some philosophers prefer to define as analytic all statements whose denial would be self-contradictory, and to define the term synthetic as meaning "not analytic." The distinction, introduced by Kant in The Critique of Pure Reason, aroused extensive debate in the mid-20th century, particularly in view of objections raised by W.V.O. Quine
distinct
(often followed by `from') not alike; different in nature or quality; "plants of several distinct types"; "the word `nationalism' is used in at least two distinct senses"; "gold is distinct from iron"; "a tree related to but quite distinct from the European beech"; "management had interests quite distinct from those of their employees
distinct
If you say that you are talking about one thing as distinct from another, you are indicating exactly which thing you mean. There's a lot of evidence that oily fish, as distinct from fatty meat, has a beneficial effect
distinct
If something is distinct from something else of the same type, it is different or separate from it. Engineering and technology are disciplines distinct from one another and from science This book is divided into two distinct parts. + distinctly dis·tinct·ly a banking industry with two distinctly different sectors
distinct
To distinguish
distinct
adj not identical
distinct
Distinguished; having the difference marked; separated by a visible sign; marked out; specified
distinct
recognizable; marked; "noticed a distinct improvement"; "at a distinct (or decided) disadvantage"
distinct
If an idea, thought, or intention is distinct, it is clear and definite. Now that Tony was no longer present, there was a distinct change in her attitude + distinctly dis·tinct·ly I distinctly remember wishing I had not got involved
distinct
constituting a separate entity or part; "a government with three discrete divisions"; "on two distinct occasions"
distinct
clearly or sharply defined to the mind; "clear-cut evidence of tampering"; "Claudius was the first to invade Britain with distinct intentions of conquest"; "trenchant distinctions between right and wrong"
distinct
recognizable; marked; "noticed a distinct improvement"; "at a distinct (or decided) disadvantage" easy to perceive; especially clearly outlined; "a distinct flavor"; "a distinct odor of turpentine"; "a distinct outline"; "the ship appeared as a distinct silhouette"; "distinct fingerprints" (often followed by `from') not alike; different in nature or quality; "plants of several distinct types"; "the word `nationalism' is used in at least two distinct senses"; "gold is distinct from iron"; "a tree related to but quite distinct from the European beech"; "management had interests quite distinct from those of their employees
distinct
So separated as not to be confounded with any other thing; not liable to be misunderstood; not confused; well- defined; clear; as, we have a distinct or indistinct view of a prospect
distinct
{s} clear, plain; different; separate
distinct
When a single odor or taste is clearly defined
distinct
easy to perceive; especially clearly outlined; "a distinct flavor"; "a distinct odor of turpentine"; "a distinct outline"; "the ship appeared as a distinct silhouette"; "distinct fingerprints"
distinct
A group function which specifies that only one row will be returned for each unique value For example, a select distinct on last name would return only one value for "Smith", even if there were 5 different Smiths in the warehouse
distinct
emphasis You can use distinct to emphasize that something is great enough in amount or degree to be noticeable or important. Being 6ft 3in tall has some distinct disadvantages! = definite + distinctly dis·tinct·ly His government is looking distinctly shaky
distinct
Marked; variegated
distinct
Separate in place; not conjunct; not united by growth or otherwise; with from
distinct
Different from one another
distinct
A SQL keyword used in the SELECT statement to remove duplicate rows from the output
distinct
To become clearly noticeable
distinct
A phrase used in the SELECT relational algebra operator to list only those values of an attribute that are different from each other If a particular value is selected multiple times, it will only appear once in the result table
distinct
adj not identical @IGindex{documentation string}
distinct
If something is distinct, you can hear, see, or taste it clearly. to impart a distinct flavor with a minimum of cooking fat. + distinctly dis·tinct·ly I distinctly heard the loudspeaker calling passengers for the Turin-Amsterdam flight
distinct
Not identical; different; individual
distinctions
plural of distinction
fact-value distinction
In philosophy, the ontological distinction between what is (facts) and what ought to be (values). David Hume gave the distinction its classical formulation in his dictum that it is impossible to derive an "ought" from an "is." See also naturalistic fallacy
lacks distinction
not unique, does not stand out, is not remarkable
make a distinction between
demonstrate the difference between
distinction