- a distinct difference
例句：There is a distinct difference between the two policies.
- a distinct possibility
例句：There is a distinct possibility that we will have to cancel the event.
- a distinct advantage
例句：Having experience in this field is a distinct advantage.
- a distinct feature
例句：One distinct feature of this building is its innovative design.
- get the distinct impression that SV
例句：I got the distinct impression that she was not happy with the decision.
- a distinct style
例句：The artist has a distinct style that sets him apart from others.
- a distinct sound
例句：Each musical instrument has its own distinct sound.
- distinct categories
例句：The data can be divided into three distinct categories.
- distinct characteristics
例句：Each region has its own distinct characteristics.
- a distinct memory
例句：I have a distinct memory of our trip to the mountains.
- There are distinct differences between the two movies.
- She has a distinct way of pronouncing words.
- The painting has several distinct colors.
- I have a distinct memory of that day.
- The two cultures have distinct traditions.
- There is a distinct possibility that it will rain.
- He is a leader with distinct qualities.
- The mountain range has several distinct peaks.
- The bird has distinct markings on its feathers.
- The flavor of this dish is quite distinct.
- clear 清楚的、明白的 adj. 強調容易理解，沒有任何混淆或模糊。
例句：The instructions for assembling the furniture were not clear.
- definite 確定的、明確的 adj. 強調有確定性，沒有任何疑問或不確定性。
例句：We need a definite answer by tomorrow.
- obvious 明顯的、顯而易見的 adj. 強調容易觀察到或理解，不需要任何解釋或證明。
例句：It was obvious that he was not prepared for the presentation.
- apparent 顯而易見的、明顯的 adj. 強調表面上容易觀察到的，但可能需要進一步的考證或理解。
例句：The apparent cause of the accident was the driver’s negligence.
- explicit 明確的、清晰的 adj. 強調清楚地表達，沒有任何含糊或模糊。
例句：She gave explicit instructions on how to operate the machine.