two entirely distinct languages
The company made a distinct contribution to the charity
Proponents of a newer study classify the golden-bellied mangabey as a distinct subspecies.
Imogen of the Internet has created a seminal classification of thirty distinct varieties of chatspeak, some now facing linguistic extinction.
distinctly = wyraźnie
Lenses with two distinct optical powers are also called "bifocals".
Cancer is not one but more than a hundred distinct diseases.
The word 'nationalism' is used in at least three distinct senses.
Definition something that is distinct is clearly different from other things of the same
Mary has a wonderfully distinct voice. I would recognise it anywhere!
His voice was quiet but every word was distinct.
Art Nouveau was also a movement of distinct individuals such as Gustav Klimt, Charles Rennie Mackintosh, Alfons Mucha, René Lalique, Antoni Gaudí and Louis Comfort Tiffany, each of whom interpreted it in their own individual manner.
Δhe restaurant is divided into two distinct areas: a smoking and a non-smoking one.
His distinct formula for a flavoured syrup.
It is a distinct topic, don't mention it.
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