Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. One who or that which differentiates: as, the radicals of written Chinese serve as differentiators of the sense, while the phonetics play the same part as regards sound.
GNU Webster's 1913
- n. One who, or that which, differentiates.
- n. a person who (or that which) differentiates
“Their main differentiator is that it’s a classless, and claims to be more narrative and share interpretive power with characters (implied: at least more than D&D).”
“Obviously the government plays a role, but I think the main differentiator here is: it is the homeowner who steps forward and who says, I need help.”
“SM: I just don't see that as a long-term differentiator and how you are going to be positioned.”
“Our long term differentiator is to "sustainable" wave passes.”
“I’ve worried for some time that “open” as a market differentiator is becoming diluted and washed out, just as “organic” and “green” before.”
“The biggest differentiator is the G1’s slide-out keyboard, some might find easier to type on than the iPhone’s virtual keyboard.”
“Another differentiator is a couple of high-profile artists”
“The differentiator will be the informed users who mobilize to get the best bang for their buck.”
“As a drive that is generally on par with any other USB portable HDD, the differentiator is the backup software bundled.”
“Another differentiator is a couple of high-profile artists - namely”
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