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distinct

US [dɪˈstɪŋkt]
UK [dɪ'stɪŋkt]
  • adj.清晰的;清楚的;明白的;明显的
  • Web不同的;独特的;截然不同的
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adj.
1.
清晰的;清楚的;明白的;明显的easily or clearly heard, seen, felt, etc.
There was a distinct smell of gas.
有一股明显的煤气味。
His voice was quiet but every word was distinct.
他说话声音不大,但字字清晰。
2.
截然不同的;有区别的;不同种类的clearly different or of a different kind
The results of the survey fell into two distinct groups.
调查结果分为截然不同的两组。
Jamaican reggae music is quite distinct from North American jazz or blues.
牙买加的雷盖音乐完全不同于北美的爵士乐或布鲁斯音乐。
rural areas, as distinct from major cities
完全不同于大城市的农村地区
3.
[obn]
确定无疑的;确实的;确切的used to emphasize that you think an idea or situation definitely exists and is important
Being tall gave Tony a distinct advantage.
托尼个子高是个明显的优势。
I had the distinct impression I was being watched.
我确实感到有人在监视我。
A strike is now a distinct possibility.
目前罢工确有可能发生。

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