Differentiating [verb]

Definition of Differentiating:

make a distinction

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Opposite/Antonyms of Differentiating:

Sentence/Example of Differentiating:

Let’s go through a list of most popular platforms and see what differentiates them from one another.

A fancam is so named to differentiate the fan’s camerawork from the official camerawork of an event.

Over time, if you pay close attention to how you feel, what you do in response, and what you get out of it, you’ll become better at differentiating between real and fake fatigue.

There’s just not much to differentiate them, and that’s a good thing.

The lottery also fails to differentiate between children with low special education needs and those with the highest need, the letter said.

That’s a staggering amount of resources, bearing in mind that most of the focus and attention should be on the actual journalistic reporting that truly differentiates one publisher over another.

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For example, to train an AI to differentiate between a picture of a dog and one of a cat, it’s fed thousands—if not millions—of labeled images of dogs and cats.

Airbnb has pushed design to differentiate itself in the online rental booking space.

Growing up in the North Houston suburbs in the academic shadow of his older brother, Magness turned to sports as a way to differentiate himself.