Different

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Different is an adjective. It can be modified by any and no, little and not much.

Quite different means ‘completely different’.

Different can also be modified by very.

Prepositions after different

From is generally used after different. To is also common in British English.

After different, Americans use from or than.

See Also

Dare New!
Dead and died: differences New!
Definite article or indefinite article - what to use?
Different New!
Dress New!
Double negatives
Due to and owing to
Due to, owing to, because of and on account of
During
During, in and for