- recognize a distinction; differentiate；perceive or constitute the difference in or between
verb: discriminate, 3rd person present: discriminates, gerund or present participle: discriminating, past tense: discriminated, past participle: discriminated
- 1. recognize a distinction; differentiate babies can discriminate between different facial expressions of emotion 同義詞
- ▪ perceive or constitute the difference in or between features that discriminate this species from other gastropods bats can discriminate a difference in echo delay of between 69 and 98 millionths of a second
- 2. make an unjust or prejudicial distinction in the treatment of different categories of people or things, especially on the grounds of race, sex, or age existing employment policies discriminate against women 同義詞
- (of a person) having or showing refined taste or good judgment: he became a discriminating collector and patron of the arts
Oxford American Dictionary
- having or showing refined taste or good judgement: he became a discriminating collector and patron of the arts
- recognize a distinction; differentiate: babies can discriminate between different facial expressions
...which is not to be confused with continental Athenian cuisine. Discriminating palates will be able to tell the difference, with the sparse use of spices...
discriminate 有兩個意思： 1. 區分：discriminate right from wrong就是區分對錯，也就是辨別是非。(=distinguish) 2. 按某種類別來區分，無視於個別價值，或展現偏見：discriminate against women就是歧視女性。 種族歧視就是racial discrimination.
People (who discriminate according to race) are racists. who discriminate according...指的就前面的 People,是以主詞的型態來呈現 所以後面可以直接接動詞 discriminate 希望有點幫助?!