differentiate in a sentence

It’s hard to differentiate between a male and female hamster.

People who are color blind cannot differentiate between red and green.

I don’t drink wine very often, so I can’t differentiate between good and bad brands.

The party needs to develop a clear policy that differentiates it from the other parties.

I can’t differentiate between the Chinese and Japanese language when I hear them spoken.

In our school system, students are differentiated according to their age into grade levels.

Some radar systems are able to differentiate between a fighter jet and a commercial airliner.

Society is differentiated by age, with each age having its own rights, obligations and rewards.

The spreadsheet’s parameters have been altered to differentiate between male and female applicants to the university.

A dog’s keen sense of smell compensates for his inability to see colors, and enables him to differentiate between things.

Bill Gates once stated that the most meaningful way to differentiate your company from the competition is to do an outstanding job with information.

You should learn some contextual clues to help you differentiate between different parts of speech for English vocabulary which is unfamiliar to you.

Leo Buscaglia once observed that it is paradoxical that many educators and parents still differentiate between a time for learning, and a time for play without seeing the vital connection between them.