- distinguish A from B
例句：Her unique style distinguishes her from other artists.
- distinguish oneself
例句：He distinguished himself by his bravery during the emergency.
- be distinguished by
例句：These two species of fish can be distinguished by the shape of their fins.
- be distinguished as
例句：The painter was distinguished as a master of color and light.
- be distinguished from a distance
例句：The lighthouse is distinguished from a distance by its bright light.
- distinguish… by appearance
例句：It is not always possible to distinguish people by appearance alone.
- distinguish the differences
例句：The trained eye of the expert can distinguish the differences that most people cannot see.
- distinguish…. by sound
例句：Birdwatchers often distinguish birds by their calls or songs.
- She was able to distinguish herself in her career by working hard.
- He has a keen eye and can easily distinguish a real painting from a fake one.
- In the past, people used stars to distinguish directions at night.
- Scientists have discovered new methods to distinguish cancer cells from normal cells.
- In a crowd, it’s hard to distinguish one face from another.
- As a child, he could already distinguish different species of birds.
- She distinguished herself by being the only one to finish the race.
- Over time, she was able to distinguish the subtle differences in the dialect.
- She could barely distinguish the colors in the dim light.
- As he gets older, he finds it difficult to distinguish faces from a distance.
- He could not distinguish the words because of the noise.
- Even in the dark, I could distinguish the shape of the building.
- She can distinguish different types of wine just by smelling them.
- His ability to distinguish minute details sets him apart as a great detective.
- differentiate 區分、區別 vt. 表示識別或標明事物之間的差異。
例句：It’s hard to differentiate between the two types of wine.
- discern 辨別、識別 vt. 表示識別或察覺到事物的差異或特質。
例句：It is difficult to discern the truth from the lies.
- identify 識別、辨認 vt. 表示識別出某人或某物的身份或特性。
例句：She was able to identify the thief in a lineup.
- recognize 認出、識別 vt. 表示識別並承認某人或某物的存在或真實性。
例句：I recognized her as soon as she walked into the room.
- separate 分開、區分 vt. 表示將事物分開或區分，以使它們分開或不同。
例句：It’s hard to separate the facts from the fiction.
- distinguish between
例句：It is important to distinguish between facts and opinions.
- distinguish between right and wrong
例句：It is essential to teach children to distinguish between right and wrong from a young age.
- The ability to distinguish between similar sounds is important for learning a new language.
- The subtle differences in flavor distinguish between the two varieties of wine.
- The teacher found it hard to distinguish between the twins.
- differentiate 區分、區別 vi. 指的是識別或標明事物之間的差異。
例句：It is sometimes difficult to differentiate between the two species as they are so similar.