Distinction [noun]

Definition of Distinction:

differentiation; feature

Opposite/Antonyms of Distinction:

Sentence/Example of Distinction:

That distinction is one reason she’s “in the deflation camp.”

The pack is definitely not waterproof, which is an important distinction when you’re carrying a laptop.

In 2004, she won election as District Attorney of San Francisco serving with distinction.

One time when this distinction is particularly relevant is following major events such as the debates and party conventions.

When we say the brain’s “memory center,” the hippocampus, or the emotion center, the “amygdala,” these distinctions are based on cytoarchitectural maps.

Even if we can split brand and non-brand, and our manager understands the distinction, if we’ve set KPIs based on the total number they are going to care about the total number.

Yet being able to make such distinctions is extremely important to scientists.

So I don’t see why you would make a distinction in your testing policy.

They have certainly evolved to be a clear distinction between public and private, where the public hospitals — they have to take the poorer patients, they have to take emergency rooms.

To Harrison and his wife there was no distinction between the executive and judicial branches of the law.