- differential ► ADJECTIVE chiefly technical ▪ constituting or depending on a difference; differing or varying according to circumstances or relevant factors.► NOUN 1) Brit. a difference in wages between industries or between categories of employees in the same industry. 2) Mathematics an infinitesimal difference between successive values of a variable. 3) a gear allowing a vehicle's driven wheels to revolve at different speeds in cornering. 4) chiefly technical a difference.DERIVATIVES differentially adverb.
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