# differential

### adjective

### noun

## Origin of differential

## Related Words for differential

inimical, biased, discriminatory, unjust, hurtful, bigoted, detrimental, disadvantageous, unfavorable, injurious, damaging, counterproductive, contrasting, disparate, distinct, distinctive, peculiar, offbeat, diverse, various## Examples from the Web for differential

### Contemporary Examples of differential

That differential accounted for about 60 percent of the downward revision.

He turned his thesis into the book Geometric Perturbation Theory in Physics on the new developments in differential geometry.

This is What Happens When You Teach Machines the Power of Natural SelectionJames Barrat

February 1, 2014

For smaller volumes, Kaijser said, the differential between wood and PVC is about 10 percent.

Natural selection is the differential survival of replicators in gene pools.

This is specious quantification, whether or not differential equations have been incompetently applied.

Barbara Fredrickson’s Bestselling ‘Positivity’ Is Trashed by a New StudyWill Wilkinson

August 16, 2013

### Historical Examples of differential

Conversely, when the differential is higher or lower, the markets are out of line.

About sugar buying for JobbersB. W. Dyer

Darwin would say, "Look here, how is the radiator connected with the differential?"

Life in a TankRichard Haigh

Between 1890 and 1895 there was a steady decline in the differential.

The Principles of EconomicsFrank A. Fetter

It is just a name for the differential character of the action.

Essays in Experimental LogicJohn Dewey

Because Brent said there ought to be more grease in the differential, too.

Roy Blakeley's Motor CaravanPercy Keese Fitzhugh