English adjective: different
|1.||different unlike in nature or quality or form or degree|
|Samples||Took different approaches to the problem.|
Came to a different conclusion.
Different parts of the country.
On different sides of the issue.
This meeting was different from the earlier one.
|Similar||antithetic, antithetical, assorted, contrary, contrasting, contrastive, diametric, diametrical, disparate, distinct, distinguishable, divergent, divers, diverse, diverse, opposite, opposite, polar, several, variant, various, various|
|See also||different, dissimilar, dissimilar, incompatible, unlike, varied|
|2.||different distinctly separate from the first|
|Samples||That's another (or different) issue altogether.|
|3.||different differing from all others; not ordinary|
|Samples||Advertising that strives continually to be different.|
This new music is certainly different but I don't really like it.
|4.||different marked by dissimilarity|
|Samples||For twins they are very unlike.|
People are profoundly different.
|5.||different distinct or separate|
|Samples||Each interviewed different members of the community.|