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区別, 區別, くべつ

  • kubetsu


noun (common) (futsuumeishi), noun or participle which takes the aux. verb suru

  • distinction
  • differentiation
  • classification

Examples of 区別,區別,くべつ in a Sentence

I couldn't tell her from sister.
They are so much alike that I don't know which is which.
We must be able to discriminate between objects and situations.
How can you tell good English from bad English?
We cannot tell a good person from a bad one by looks alone.
I can't tell his twin sisters apart.
He can not distinguish between right and wrong.
When we deal with people, it would be wise to try to separate the sheep from the goats without letting them know it.
What are the marks that distinguish the cultured man?
I can't distinguish a frog from a toad.

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