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color-blind partly or totally unable to distinguish a color or colors. [1/2 definitions]
confuse to combine in a disordered, unclear way; fail to distinguish between or among. [1/3 definitions]
designate to distinguish by means of description, marks, name, or the like; specify. [1/5 definitions]
diacritical of a printing or writing mark, serving to distinguish the sound of a letter or group of letters from its other possible sounds, as an umlaut, circumflex, cedilla, or the like. [1/2 definitions]
discern to distinguish or discriminate. [1/3 definitions]
distinguishable combined form of distinguish.
ear1 an ability to distinguish sounds clearly and accurately. [1/4 definitions]
facies in geology, the characteristics of a rock, such as appearance or composition, that distinguish it from others and indicate its origin.
hallmark any feature that serves to distinguish something. [1/4 definitions]
insignia anything that serves to identify or distinguish. [1/2 definitions]
know to be able to recognize or distinguish. [1/7 definitions]
number to distinguish or label with a number or numeral. [1/18 definitions]
perceive to mentally notice or distinguish, or to grasp and comprehend what something is. [1/2 definitions]
phonemic serving to distinguish different linguistic speech elements. [1/2 definitions]
pick out to distinguish or discern. [1/2 definitions]
recognize to be able to distinguish what something is based on knowledge of the features or characteristics of that thing. [1/5 definitions]
sex the sum of the qualities and characteristics that distinguish living things as being either male or female based on their physical role in reproduction. [1/6 definitions]
sort to separate so as to distinguish from others (usu. fol. by out). [1/5 definitions]
subculture a social group sharing certain fundamental traits that distinguish its members from the larger culture or society. [1/2 definitions]
tell to distinguish. [1/9 definitions]
tell apart to distinguish.