differences between (something) and (something)

When two things are different in several ways, you can talk about "the differences between ___ and ___".

Do you see any differences between the one on the left and the one on the right?

When two things are different but mostly in one particular way, you use the singular form: "the difference between ___ and ___".

What's the difference between the twenty-dollar model and the thirty-dollar one?

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