differ from (someone or something)

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differ from (someone or something)

To be unlike someone or something. Can you explain how this car differs from that one? This proposal barely differs from the original one at all!
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differ from something

[for something] to be different from something else. No, this one differs from the one you saw because it has a bigger handle. How does this one differ from that one?
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differ from

v.
To have qualities that are not the same as those of something else: My results differed from the results of everyone else who conducted the experiment. Sopranos differ from altos in having higher voices.
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References in classic literature ?
MENO: I should answer that bees do not differ from one another, as bees.
Now that our city has been made habitable, light a candle and search, and get your brother and Polemarchus and the rest of our friends to help, and let us see where in it we can discover justice and where injustice, and in what they differ from one another, and which of them the man who would be happy should have for his portion, whether seen or unseen by gods and men.
In this way, the maternity benefits would be equal in all cantons, unlike the current situation in which they differ from one canton to another.
Human nature does not differ from one place to another .
He defines the term oanxiety,o discusses who is more likely to develop anxiety disorders, addresses the interesting and controversial issues surrounding its origin and causes, examines in depth the different types, how they are diagnosed and differ from one another, explores the most recent research literature on treatments, addresses issues confronting patients and families of patients with anxiety disorders, and, finally, summarizes the issues treated in the book.
However, these fees differ from one company to another depending upon the type of project and its size.
We are, however, also aware of the fact that regulatory requirements differ from one country to the next.
Since the collapse of central government in 1991, private schools under what is called "umbrellas" administer their own curriculums and exams which differ from one umbrella to another.
Al-Fahad attributed the citing by Arab media of negative reports on Qatar's World Cup in western media to mixing politics with sport, noting that the two areas should be separate because politicians have their own calculations, visions and thoughts that may differ from one day to another where there is no permanent friend or enemy.
Sheikh Ahmad attributed the citing by Arab media to negative reports on Qatar's World Cup in western media aimed at mixing politics with sport, noting that the two areas should be separated because politicians have their own calculations, visions and thoughts that may differ from one day to another where there is no permanent friend or enemy.
Poloz opined that economic models and judgments differ from one organization to another.
The study pointed out that laws concerning expatriates in the Middle East differ from one country to another.
The study pointed out that laws concerning the expatriates in the Middle East differ from one country to another.
Across the five experiments, Kidd and Castano found that participants who were assigned to read literary fiction performed significantly better on the ToM tests than did participants assigned to the other experimental groups, who did not differ from one another.
For now, conditions differ from one member state to the next.