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    #1

    distinguish

    We normally use "distinguish" to understand difference of just two things. I want to know if which word is suitable to use to understand difference of more than two things.

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    Re: distinguish

    not a teacher

    You can use "distinguish" for more than two things.
    He is colour blind and can't distinguish between red, green and black.
    I don't know much about diamonds so I can't distinguish between the ones that are expensive, cheap, or just fakes.

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    #3

    Re: distinguish

    Really? I just knew it. Okay! Thanks

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