difference / ˈdɪf ər əns, ˈdɪf rəns /


difference2 个定义

n. 名词 noun
  1. the state or relation of being different; dissimilarity: There is a great difference between the two.
  2. an instance or point of unlikeness or dissimilarity: What accounts for the differences in their behavior?
  3. a significant change in or effect on a situation: His tact makes a difference in the way people accept his suggestions.
v. 有主动词 verb

dif·fer·enced, dif·fer·enc·ing.

  1. to cause or constitute a difference in or between; make different.
  2. to perceive the difference in or between; discriminate.

difference 近义词

n. 名词 noun

dissimilarity, distinctness

n. 名词 noun

opposing views


  1. While you can also make a slurry with flour, there are certain differences between the two starches that one must take into consideration.
  2. These are generic industry terms that may sound good to include in your content but don’t necessarily make much of a difference.
  3. Then he talked about Florida and Michigan, and the differences between county authorities and phone lines and waitlists and lotteries and … it became obvious what his advantage was.
  4. The disproportionate death toll exposed the deadly consequences of poverty, exploitative and dangerous labor conditions and false beliefs about biological difference.
  5. Two of her sons have neurodevelopmental differences and “wouldn’t know where to draw the line in public,” she explained.
  6. Again, the difference can seem subtle and sound more like splitting hairs, but the difference is important.
  7. One difference was that Chen was herself wearing white gloves.
  8. That is a distinction with a sociological difference—for many, an uncomfortable one to consider.
  9. That is the difference between the protections embedded in our Bill of Rights and the lived lives of our citizenry.
  10. But this may be a distinction without much of a difference—especially since Scalise admitted speaking before EURO.
  11. Is the Bible revelation so clear and explicit that no difference of opinion as to its meaning is possible?
  12. We accepted the offer, so that they might see the difference between Christianity and their ungodliness.
  13. And hence the reader can notice the fundamental difference between all other methods and mine.
  14. The first two figures of the first group are 38, and the first two figures of the second group are 40—a difference of 2.
  15. We were much alike in our tastes and habits, yet there was enough of difference between us to impart a relish to our friendship.