verb (used with object), dif·fer·en·ti·at·ed, dif·fer·en·ti·at·ing.
verb (used without object), dif·fer·en·ti·at·ed, dif·fer·en·ti·at·ing.
- differential topology,
- differential ureteralcatheterization test,
- differential weathering,
- differential windlass,
Origin of differentiate
Examples from the Web for undifferentiated
As previously mentioned, I do not maintain that an undifferentiated stage is of universal occurrence.The Sexual Life of the Child|Albert Moll
The generative, undifferentiated impulse is supplanted by the love for an individual and stigmatised as base and contemptible.The Evolution of Love|Emil Lucka
To the extent that adverbs are found as incorporated particles in verbs, the two parts of speech are undifferentiated.On the Evolution of Language|John Wesley Powell
It is so, too, with the Thalassicollæ—bodies made up of differentiated parts, dispersed through an undifferentiated jelly.Essays: Scientific, Political, & Speculative, Vol. I|Herbert Spencer
Therefore distinctness from the undifferentiated Original Life is a necessity of the case.The Law and the Word|Thomas Troward
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.