to single out
to single out
- slechter behandelen dan een ander
treat differently on the basis of sex or race
- Criminals generally do not single out police officers.
- Do you have any idea who we should single out for the position?
- These gatherings always get rowdy after hours, when the boss breaks out the single-malt scotch.
- At that time, he pointed out every single pronunciation mistake I made, no matter how small it was. It was annoying. Especially in front of other people.
- Let me add some words about sentence fusion. A human is given two sentences and asked to produce a single coherent sentence that contains only the important information from the original two. This is a highly constrained summarization task. Investigations — carried out by Hal Daume and Daniel Marcu — has shown "that even at this restricted level, there is no measurable agreement between humans regarding what information should be considered important."
- a single document setting out the following:
- be made out to a single consignee;
- The updated Single Document is set out in Annex II.
- the enrichment is carried out in a single operation;
- Type of mains: single phase/three phase  Strike out what does not apply.
- A single TIR Carnet shall be made out in respect of each road vehicle or container.
- All the tests shall be carried out in sequence on a single immobilizer.
- All the tests shall be carried out in sequence on a single immobiliser.
- Injection: single point/multi-point  Strike out what does not apply.
- When the competent authority carries out several official controls at the same time in a single establishment, it shall consider these controls as a single activity and charge a single fee.