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distinct
dɪ'stɪŋkt
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English Definition
(形) As an adjective
  1. Clearly or sharply defined to the mind.
  2. Recognizable; marked.
  3. Easy to perceive; especially clearly outlined.
  4. Not alike; different in nature or quality.
  5. Constituting a separate entity or part.
Hyphenationdis•tinct
Part of Speech(形) adjective
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清楚qīngchuclear; distinct; to understand thoroughly; to be clear about
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明显míngxiǎnclear; distinct; obvious
截然不同jiérán bùtóngentirely different; different as black and white
独特dútèunique; distinct; having special characteristics
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各别gèbiédistinct; characteristic; in different ways; different
有别yǒubiédifferent; distinct; unequal; variable
真切zhēnqièvivid; distinct; clear; sincere; honest
yīng(same as ) sharp; distinct, bright-colored
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分明fēnmíngclear; distinct; evidently; clearly
清晰qīngxīclear; distinct
qīngclear; distinct; quiet; just and honest; pure; to settle or clear up; to clean up or purge; Qing or Ch'ing dynasty of Imperial China (1644-1911); (Chinese surname)
不同bùtóngdifferent; distinct; not the same; not alike
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