Traducción de distinct en español:


definido, adj.

Pronunciación /dəˈstɪŋ(k)t/ /dɪˈstɪŋ(k)t/

Ver definición en español de definido


  • 1

    (shape/outline) definido
    (shape/outline) claro
    (shape/outline) nítido
    (likeness) obvio
    (likeness) marcado
    (improvement) decidido
    (improvement) marcado
    (possibility) nada desdeñable
    I had the distinct feeling that he was hiding something tenía el convencimiento de que escondía algo
    • things have taken a distinct turn for the worse las cosas han empeorado decididamente
    • I get a distinct impression that the money is important here.
    • The problem with using intent with respect to terrorism is the very distinct possibility of never determining anyone's intent.
    • A very distinct advantage to having a press pass is getting in before the general public.
    • The process has very distinct advantages over chill casting when quantities are sufficient to warrant this production.
    • One distinct advantage that Streisand had was William Wyler as her director on the film.
    • His clothes were wrinkled and I had the distinct impression he slept in them.
    • Others give the distinct impression that they no longer fancy being associated with failure.
    • Influenced by scare stories about an imminent invasion, over-reaction is a distinct possibility.
    • I was also pleased by the distinct lack of annoyingly goofy, stupid characters.
    • Attitudes like that show a distinct lack of maturity when it comes to nationhood.
    • However, those who oppose such separate schooling demonstrate a distinct lack of understanding of this issue.
    • But the car shows its age with a distinct lack of storage space and frustratingly fiddly stereo controls.
    • It has now become a distinct possibility that all spaces in the assigned lots would be taken.
    • It was a film where no room was left for the viewer to interpret their own meanings, in distinct contrast to the novel.
    • The tense atmosphere outside is in distinct contrast with the excitement of the audience inside.
    • I had the distinct sense that she was an authority we were trying to impress.
    • I have heard nor seen no sign of such feeling, though I can sense distinct undercurrents of change in the public demeanor.
    • In the past couple of years, there has been the distinct sense that the genre of Americana is reaching critical mass.
    • As you are discovering, that's a distinct disadvantage on the mate market.
    • Using the traditional means of extending religious influence leaves us at a distinct disadvantage.
    • Burkhard prints his own work and the end result is somewhat grainy with a distinct sense of texture.
    • We're both nonsmokers, and there was a very distinct smell of cigars about Henri Paul.
    • We arrive at the sailing club, and there's a distinct smell around.
    • You forget that blood has this special, distinct metallic smell to it.
    • I have none of these means to produce scent, but it doesn't mean we are without distinct smell.
    • The distinct smell of alcohol mixed with perfume made Sol's nostrils flare angrily.
    • She could never get used to the distinct smell of the hospital and wondered if the nurses felt the same way.
    • I could smell her distinct perfume, my lungs feeling renewed with a part of heaven.
    • The boy smiled toothily, smelling the distinct aroma that is victory and raised his hand again to strike.
    • My immediate concern was to get everyone out of the van because there was a distinct smell of smoke.
    • His nostrils were filled abruptly with the distinct smell of smoke and burning food.
    • And then he caught the distinct smell of a rabbit, and made for the gate, oblivious to the fact that the trail was old.
    • I could smell him, the distinct scent of him that was a mix of cologne and hair wax and his soap.
    • She pulled her blanket to her chin, wrinkling her nose at its distinct mildew smell, then yanking it down to her feet.
    • He walked up to the front door and suddenly began to notice a distinct, ranking smell.
    • The burned parts of the etumbu also have a sharp and distinct smell which attracts fish to the trap.
    • Traces, not scents, but more like colors he could smell in his head, each distinct and unique.
    • Their smells floated into his nostrils, each one distinct, unique, intoxicating.
    • Despite snow on the ground, leafless trees and the distinct absence of birdsong one can sense a seasonal change.
    • He became first a wavering outline which then solidified, then became more distinct.
  • 2

    • 2.1(different, separate)

      bien diferenciado
      to be distinct from sth ser distinto / diferente de / a algo

      • these two issues are quite distinct from each other
      • the taste of gin is quite distinct from that of vodka
      • we are talking about English people as distinct from British people
      • This should be recognized as distinct from suppressing emotion.
      • Thus the nature of plants is quite distinct from the nature of rocks and sand.
      • There are different types of arthritis that occur in children that are distinct from adult types.
      • Each taxon used is morphologically distinct, although the rank of these taxa is in flux.
      • He does not interpret these genres as distinct entities, however.
      • Instead, species that differ in timing of gamete release tend to constitute genetically distinct clades.
      • As sea levels rose and the northern Channel Islands separated, each fox population became genetically distinct.
      • There are three functionally distinct types of such subsystems: transducers, input and output systems, and central systems.
      • There are three quite distinct types of lavender.
      • Is this not part of what makes them culturally distinct?
      • But that is not what makes his work distinct from that of his peers.
      • For instance, could language of presentation help bilinguals keep remembered events cognitively distinct?
      • Whilst distinct in terms of research focus, the two projects were theoretically and methodologically similar.
      • There are two separate and distinct conditions for the exercise of the discretion created by that provision.
      • What marks them out as distinct also separates them from their neighbours.
      • If so, it is a completely separate and distinct issue that has nothing to do with this one.
      • Losing weight and learning Spanish are separate aims with distinct requirements.
      • Grape berries exhibit a double sigmoid pattern of development, with two distinct phases of growth separated by a lag phase.
      • But as he splits, she is separating into two quite distinct parts, slipping out of his control.
      • It's not like you to belittle legitimate concerns from a distinct ethnocultural space.
      • This remained physically and functionally distinct and probably remained a separate planning unit.
      • These are two separate, proudly distinct States, and yet both part of what we are happy to call the Union of India.
      • They inhabited not only separate districts, but distinct worlds.
      • The result of this is a vast landscape of communities which exist quite separately in distinct ethnic and economic worlds.
      • What they worry about most is that with two coaching teams, two separate and distinct teams will emerge on tour.
      • It was also foolish to decide to show the games on three separate and distinct channels.
      • A large center console separates the interior into distinct right and left sections.
      • All of this caused a distinct line of separation between sky and sea to appear.
      • Notice the full mass on each of these muscles and how each is rock solid with distinct separation.
      • Both groups of companies operate separately and have totally separate and distinct auditors.
      • The removal is capable of being a distinct operation separate from the winning and working of minerals.
      • A similar but much less distinct unit separates the middle and upper coccolith limestones.
      • The mantle and the core are thought to have entirely separate and distinct convective regimes.
      • Two tables are distinct individuals because they occupy distinct portions of space, or of time, or of both.
      • Along the cathedral's long dark side aisles, one encountered six distinct spaces.
      • In philosophy, individuals are defined as entities that are distinct in space and time.
      • With a grid in place, you roughly break down the garden into distinct spaces.
      • We use the logical framework provided by this dendrogram to group the SC and MC in functionally distinct clusters.
      • Hestor can make out Jody and Morgan, who remain distinct in the throng.
      • What stands distinct from the rest is the turban.

    • 2.2(unmistakable)