Need another word that means the same as “distinguishable”? Find 5 synonyms and 30 related words for “distinguishable” in this overview.
The synonyms of “Distinguishable” are: distinct, discernible, recognizable, identifiable, detectable
Distinguishable as an Adjective
Definitions of "Distinguishable" as an adjective
According to the Oxford Dictionary of English, “distinguishable” as an adjective can have the following definitions:
- Capable of being perceived as different or distinct.
- (often followed by `from') not alike; different in nature or quality.
- Clear enough to be recognized or identified as different; discernible.
- Clear enough to be discerned or perceived.
Synonyms of "Distinguishable" as an adjective (5 Words)
|detectable||Able to be discovered or identified.|
A detectable note of sarcasm.
|discernible||Able to be discerned; perceptible.|
The newspaper reports no discernible progress in the negotiations.
|distinct||(used for emphasis) so clearly apparent to the mind as to be unmistakable; definite.|
Claudius was the first to invade Britain with distinct intentions of conquest.
|identifiable||Capable of being identified.|
There are no easily identifiable features on the shoreline.
|recognizable||Capable of being recognized.|
There was no recognizable photograph of him.
Usage Examples of "Distinguishable" as an adjective
- Only the shine of their metal was distinguishable in the gloom.
- His words were barely distinguishable.
- This particular case is distinguishable from others.
- A project distinguishable into four stages of progress.
- Distinguishable differences between the twins.
- Distinguishable features.
Associations of "Distinguishable" (30 Words)
|assort||Keep company with; hang out with.|
He would assort it with the fabulous dogs as a monstrous invention.
|categorize||Place into or assign to a category.|
Silk is categorized as a luxury import.
|characteristic||The integer part positive or negative of the representation of a logarithm in the expression log 643 2 808 the characteristic is 2.|
He began with a characteristic attack on extremism.
|characterize||(of a feature or quality) be typical or characteristic of.|
The disease is characterized by weakening of the immune system.
|classifiable||Capable of being classified.|
|classify||Arrange or order by classes or categories.|
How would you classify these pottery shards are they prehistoric.
|codify||Arrange (laws or rules) into a systematic code.|
This would codify existing intergovernmental cooperation on drugs.
|compare||Be of an equal or similar nature or quality.|
The survey compares prices in different countries.
|contrast||The opposition or dissimilarity of things that are compared.|
Careful adjustment of the contrast to suit the prevailing light is critical.
|diametrical||Of or along a diameter.|
He s the diametrical opposite of Gabriel.
|differ||Be of different opinions.|
The second set of data differed from the first.
|differential||Involving or containing one or more derivatives.|
The differential achievements of boys and girls.
|differentiate||Recognize or ascertain what makes (someone or something) different.|
Little now differentiates the firm s products from its rivals.
|differentiated||Exhibiting biological specialization; adapted during development to a specific function or environment.|
|discern||Distinguish (someone or something) with difficulty by sight or with the other senses.|
Pupils quickly discern what is acceptable to the teacher.
|discriminate||Recognize or perceive the difference.|
I could not discriminate the different tastes in this complicated dish.
|distinction||A discrimination between things as different and distinct.|
He learned the distinction between gold and lead.
|distinctive||Of a feature that helps to distinguish a person or thing- Curtis Wilkie.|
Juniper berries give gin its distinctive flavour.
|feature||Have as a feature.|
This restaurant features the most famous chefs in France.
|gap||Make an opening or gap in.|
There was a gap in his account.
|identify||Give the name or identifying characteristics of refer to by name or some other identifying characteristic property.|
The men identified themselves as federal police.
|inconsistent||Acting at variance with one’s own principles or former behaviour.|
Inconsistent statements cannot both be true at the same time.
|individuation||The quality of being individual.|
|pigeonhole||Put a document in a pigeonhole.|
I was pigeonholed as a youth writer.
|segregate||Someone who is or has been segregated.|
The gene pairs segregate at reduction division.
|separate||Have the connection undone having become separate.|
Separate the eggs and beat the egg yolks.
|sort||Look at (a group of things) one after another in order to classify them or make a selection.|
She served a creamy sort of dessert thing.
|sorting||The basic cognitive process of arranging into classes or categories.|
The bottleneck in mail delivery is the process of sorting.
|taxonomist||A biologist who specializes in the classification of organisms into groups on the basis of their structure and origin and behavior.|
|unlike||Not like; different from.|
They distributed unlike or unequal sums to the various charities.