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distinguishable

[ dih-sting-gwish-uh-buhl ]
/ dɪˈstɪŋ gwɪʃ ə bəl /
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adjective
able to be recognized as different, usually by means of some readily noticed feature or characteristic:The forged bills were easily distinguishable from real ones because they only had printing on one side.
able to be perceived or discerned:A large gray SUV followed in close pursuit, with the general’s silhouette vaguely distinguishable in the back seat.
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