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To take action with respect to someone or something:
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  1. To take action with respect to someone or something:
  2. To behave in a specified way toward another or others; have transactions:
  3. To sell:
To exempt; excuse
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  1. To exempt; excuse
  2. To administer (laws, for example).
  3. To give or deal out; distribute
To be or become separate; part
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  1. To be or become separate; part
  2. To share
  3. To use (a number) as a divisor.
(Idiomatic) To distribute in small amounts.
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  1. (Idiomatic) To distribute in small amounts.
(Idiomatic) To divide into portions or chunks; to ration.
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To divide into parts or shares for distribution; parcel.
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  1. To divide into parts or shares for distribution; parcel.
  2. To divide into portions; apportion
  3. To provide with a share, inheritance, or dowry.
To distribute (food, clothing, etc.) in rations, as in times of scarcity
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  1. To distribute (food, clothing, etc.) in rations, as in times of scarcity
  2. To restrict (an activity etc.)
  3. To portion out (especially during a shortage of supply); to limit access to.
To use or enjoy something jointly or in turns:
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  1. To use or enjoy something jointly or in turns:
  2. To participate in, use, enjoy, or experience jointly or in turns:
  3. To distribute in shares; give out a portion or portions of; apportion
To divide. Often used with up:
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  1. To divide. Often used with up:
  2. (Slang) To share; divide (up)
To move in or flow through a circle or a circuit. Blood circulates through the body as it flows out from the heart to the tissues and back again.
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  1. To move in or flow through a circle or a circuit. Blood circulates through the body as it flows out from the heart to the tissues and back again.
  2. To cause to move about or be distributed:
  3. To move about or flow freely, as air.
To dispel (mist, etc.)
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  1. To dispel (mist, etc.)
  2. To attenuate and vanish; dissipate:
  3. To break up and scatter in all directions; spread about; distribute widely
To scatter far and wide; spread abroad, as if sowing; promulgate widely
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  1. To scatter far and wide; spread abroad, as if sowing; promulgate widely
  2. To become diffused; spread.
  3. To spread abroad; promulgate:
To spread widely among persons or places; disseminate:
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  1. To spread widely among persons or places; disseminate:
  2. To cause to move about or be distributed:
  3. To be distributed to a circle or mass of readers or collectors
To pour, spread out, or disperse in every direction; spread or scatter widely
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  1. To pour, spread out, or disperse in every direction; spread or scatter widely
  2. To cause to spread out freely:
  3. To become widely dispersed; spread out:
To attenuate and vanish; dissipate:
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  1. To attenuate and vanish; dissipate:
  2. To distribute (particles) evenly throughout a medium.
  3. To break up and scatter in all directions; spread about; distribute widely
To scatter far and wide; spread abroad, as if sowing; promulgate widely
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  1. To scatter far and wide; spread abroad, as if sowing; promulgate widely
  2. To spread abroad; promulgate:
  3. To become diffused; spread.
To give forth or spread (happiness, love, etc.) as if from a center
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  1. To give forth or spread (happiness, love, etc.) as if from a center
  2. To come forth or spread out in rays
  3. To spread out in all directions from a center.
(Baseball) To allow (hits or walks) in small numbers over several innings. Used of a pitcher.
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  1. (Baseball) To allow (hits or walks) in small numbers over several innings. Used of a pitcher.
  2. To distribute loosely; strew:
  3. To be strewn over or across:
To cover with a layer:
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  1. To cover with a layer:
  2. To distribute widely:
  3. To be extended or enlarged:
To scatter (things) over or about a surface
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  1. To scatter (things) over or about a surface
  2. To spread here and there; scatter or distribute:
  3. To be or become dispersed over (a surface):
To put into a category or categories; classify.
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  1. To put into a category or categories; classify.
  2. To assign a category; to divide into classes.
  3. To place in a category; classify
To put in a class; classify
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  1. To put in a class; classify
  2. A taxonomic category of organisms ranking above an order and below a phylum or division. In modern taxonomic schemes, the names of classes end in –phyceae for the various groups of algae, –mycetes for fungi, and –opsida for plants (as in Liliopsida, the class of plants also termed monocotyledons). The names of classes belonging to phyla of the animal kingdom, however, are formed in various ways, as Osteichthyes the bony fishes, Aves, the birds, and Mammalia, the mammals, all of which are classes belonging to the subphylum Vertebrata (the vertebrates) in the phylum Chordata.
  3. To arrange, group, or rate according to qualities or characteristics; assign to a class; classify.
To arrange or group in classes according to some system or principle
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  1. To arrange or group in classes according to some system or principle
  2. To arrange or organize according to class or category.
  3. To place in a class or category
A grouping of organisms done purely on the basis of shared features and without regard to evolutionary relationships. Grades may include organisms that do not share a common ancestor, or may exclude some organisms having the same common ancestor as the other organisms in the grade. For this reason, many taxonomists do not accept grades as formal classifications. The class Reptilia (reptiles) is a grade since it includes dinosaurs but not birds, even though birds are descended from dinosaurs.
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  1. A grouping of organisms done purely on the basis of shared features and without regard to evolutionary relationships. Grades may include organisms that do not share a common ancestor, or may exclude some organisms having the same common ancestor as the other organisms in the grade. For this reason, many taxonomists do not accept grades as formal classifications. The class Reptilia (reptiles) is a grade since it includes dinosaurs but not birds, even though birds are descended from dinosaurs.
  2. To determine the quality of (academic work, for example); evaluate:
  3. To assume an indicated rank or position in a series; be of a certain grade
(Mathematics) A set with an operation whose domain is all ordered pairs of members of the set, such that the operation is binary (operates on two elements) and associative, the set contains the identity element of the operation, and each element of the set has an inverse element for the operation. The positive and negative integers and zero form a set that is a group under the operation of ordinary addition, since zero is the identity element of addition and the negative of each integer is its inverse. Groups are used extensively in quantum physics and chemistry to model phenomena involving symmetry and invariance.
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  1. (Mathematics) A set with an operation whose domain is all ordered pairs of members of the set, such that the operation is binary (operates on two elements) and associative, the set contains the identity element of the operation, and each element of the set has an inverse element for the operation. The positive and negative integers and zero form a set that is a group under the operation of ordinary addition, since zero is the identity element of addition and the negative of each integer is its inverse. Groups are used extensively in quantum physics and chemistry to model phenomena involving symmetry and invariance.
  2. To belong to or form a group:
  3. To place or arrange in a group:
To put in the pigeonhole of a desk, etc.
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  1. To put in the pigeonhole of a desk, etc.
  2. To assign to a category or categories; classify
  3. To place or file in a small compartment or recess.
To appoint to a post:
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  1. To appoint to a post:
  2. To be among those who finish a competition or race, especially to finish second.
  3. To give an order for:
The difference between the smallest and largest values in a set of data. If the lowest test score of a group of students is 54 and the highest is 94, the range is 40.
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  1. The difference between the smallest and largest values in a set of data. If the lowest test score of a group of students is 54 and the highest is 94, the range is 40.
  2. To look over something or around an area or place:
  3. To place with others in a cause, party, etc.
To engage in carping criticism. Often used with on:
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  1. To engage in carping criticism. Often used with on:
  2. (Archaic) To form a rank or move in ranks
  3. To place in a rank or ranks
(Informal) To have status, importance, or influence:
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  1. (Informal) To have status, importance, or influence:
  2. To put into a particular class or rank
  3. To place in a particular class, rank, or grade:
Find another word for distribute. In this page you can discover 37 synonyms, antonyms, idiomatic expressions, and related words for distribute, like: deal, dispense, divide, dole out, parcel out, portion, ration, share, divvy, circulate and disperse.