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Distinction or difference? Would you like to help me on this issue? 1. Distinction is used to describe the sight difference. For example, the distinction of the two logos is the wight of color. 2. Difference is common and used in any scenario of comparing. For example, the difference between those two vehicles is one i a SUV, and the other is a truck. Am I right?
Aug 23, 2018 10:01 AM
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I would describe distinction as defining the difference. You could say "There is a distinct difference between the two logos". This is very formal.
August 23, 2018
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