But any good boss understands how important—and how motivating—it is to differentiate.
How does one differentiate between friends and business contacts?
Turn the drama volume down, breathe, and seek to identify with, not differentiate yourself from, others.
“What I think ABC wanted to do was differentiate itself a bit,” she said.
I understand you have to differentiate yourself from the POTUS, but perhaps a little skepticism would be helpful?
I found it easy to differentiate from the next species in the field (see below).
All that we can expect is to be able to differentiate them from their neighbours.
A few folk passed in their Sunday clothes, at a deliberate pace, to differentiate it from the secular hurry of other days.
More than any other feature, they differentiate and distinguish the Yosemite.
It is therefore necessary to differentiate between the Substance of Christianity and its Existential-form.
1816, from Medieval Latin differentiatus, past participle of differentiare, from Latin differentia (see difference).
Originally a mathematical term; transitive and non-technical sense of "discriminate between" is from 1876. Earlier, difference had been used as a verb in this sense. Related: Differentiated; differentiating; differentiation.