distinguish between

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A strange multiplicity of sensations seized me, and I saw, felt, heard, and smelt at the same time; and it was, indeed, a long time before I learned to distinguish between the operations of my various senses.
3 : to know the difference <Can you distinguish between right and wrong?
However, researchers eventually found that the allozyme technique couldn't distinguish between closely related species.
These signs help you, our honored foreign guests, distinguish between those restaurants and businesses that deny you service based on your nationality from those in which your presence will be merely tolerated.
WHILE MANY PEOPLE can distinguish between two types of Japanese noodles, soba and udon, only a true connoisseur can distinguish between them after they've already been consumed.
On the other hand, even if it is some how possible to distinguish between war crime and crime against humanity offences, how does one reconcile this distinction with other variables which are relevant to the sentencing calculus for both categories of international crimes, such as the rank of the offender and the offender's response to the charges?
Befuddled spectators find it difficult to distinguish between such phony tangles and truly knotted ropes.
MGA's analysis confirmed Flexpoint's results and its system's ability to accurately and reliably distinguish between a human leg and a pole during impact.
The testing focused on two main response criteria: the measurement of the speed of the response time of our sensors, and the ability of our sensors to distinguish between a hard object (such as a pole) and a soft object (such as a leg)," stated Flexpoint's Director of Engineering, David Beck.
The ability to clearly distinguish between different cancer grades by measuring the levels of the marker genes in tissue, blood, or possibly even semen, would reduce the number of unneeded biopsies while quickly identifying those men in urgent need of more aggressive treatment.