From: United States
Discrete vs. discreet
Things that are separate or distinct from one another are discrete. This spelling is easy to remember because the two e‘s in the second syllable are discrete from each other. Discreet means cautious, reserved, or modest, especially in speech. For instance, a discreet person is one who knows when not to speak about sensitive subjects.
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