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To part company; go away from each other; disperse:
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  1. To part company; go away from each other; disperse:
  2. To part company; go in different directions; cease to associate
  3. To set or put apart into sections, groups, sets, units, etc.; cause to part; divide; disunite; sever
To break or divide into separate parts
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  1. To break or divide into separate parts
  2. To leave one another; take leave:
  3. Partially; in part:
To divide (a country) into separate, autonomous nations.
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  1. To divide (a country) into separate, autonomous nations.
  2. To divide or separate by means of a partition.
  3. A separator of one space from another; a separation by a court of real estate owned jointly into two or more separately owned parcels, so that each of the former joint owners may enjoy having his or her own estate. A separator of one space from another; a separation by a court of real estate owned jointly into two or more separately owned parcels, so that each of the former joint owners may enjoy having his or her own estate. to separate a single parcel into two.
(Intransitive, idiomatic, Of a group of people) Cease to be together, break apart from the group.
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  1. (Intransitive, idiomatic, Of a group of people) Cease to be together, break apart from the group.
  2. Separate, disassociate, cause to come apart.
To break up (a relationship, for example); dissolve.
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  1. To break up (a relationship, for example); dissolve.
  2. To part or break off, as by cutting or with force; cut in two
  3. To cut off (a part) from a whole:
To form a barrier or border between:
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  1. To form a barrier or border between:
  2. To become broken into parts or disunited.
  3. To break apart; separate; part; split
To cause (a group, political party, etc.) to separate into divisions or factions; disunite
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  1. To cause (a group, political party, etc.) to separate into divisions or factions; disunite
  2. To separate, cut, or divide into two or more parts; cause to separate along the grain or length; break into layers
  3. (Informal) To become divided or part company as a result of discord or disagreement:
To separate from a main body; detach:
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  1. To separate from a main body; detach:
  2. To make less by or as by severing a part or parts; reduce, abridge, curtail, etc.
  3. (--- Computers) To remove a part of a document or graphics file and store it in a buffer.
To enclose an area within a fence.
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To destroy or take away the unity of; divide or separate
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  1. To destroy or take away the unity of; divide or separate
  2. To cause disagreement or alienation among or within.
  3. To separate or become separate.
(Electricity) To shut off the current in (an appliance) by removing its connection to a power source.
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  1. (Electricity) To shut off the current in (an appliance) by removing its connection to a power source.
  2. (Intransitive) Of a person, to become detached or withdrawn.
  3. To break or undo the connection of; separate, detach, unplug, etc.
To undo the joining of; separate; detach
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  1. To undo the joining of; separate; detach
  2. (Obs.) To become separated
To unfasten or separate and remove; disconnect; disengage
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  1. To unfasten or separate and remove; disconnect; disengage
  2. To remove from association or union with something:
  3. (Military) To separate for a special object or use.
To release from something that holds fast, connects, or entangles.
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  1. To release from something that holds fast, connects, or entangles.
  2. (Intransitive) To release or loosen from something that binds, holds, entangles, or interlocks; unfasten; detach; disentangle; free.
  3. To release oneself or itself; become disengaged
To make a transition between shots in a cinematic work using a superimposition in which the first shot fades out while the second shot gradually appears.
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  1. To make a transition between shots in a cinematic work using a superimposition in which the first shot fades out while the second shot gradually appears.
  2. To break into component parts; disintegrate:
  3. To reduce (solid matter) to liquid form; melt.
To undergo or suffer a rupture:
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  1. To undergo or suffer a rupture:
  2. To break open; burst.
  3. To break apart or burst
To overcome or put an end to, especially by force or strong opposition:
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  1. To overcome or put an end to, especially by force or strong opposition:
  2. To part or pierce the surface of:
  3. To scatter or disperse; part:
To become separated or disunited.
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  1. To become separated or disunited.
  2. To divide into parts; break up.
  3. To cause to part; sever; separate
To remove the limbs of by cutting or tearing
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  1. To remove the limbs of by cutting or tearing
  2. To cut, tear, or pull off the limbs of.
  3. To pull or cut to pieces; separate into parts; divide up or mutilate
To undo or separate (entangled, knitted, or woven threads).
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  1. To undo or separate (entangled, knitted, or woven threads).
  2. To cause to fail or become ruined or unfulfilled:
  3. To fall apart, disintegrate, collapse, etc.
To decorate the surface of with cut figures or designs
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  1. To decorate the surface of with cut figures or designs
  2. To engrave or cut figures as an art, hobby, or trade.
  3. To cut into a desired shape; fashion by cutting:
To split with a sharp instrument.
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  1. To split with a sharp instrument.
  2. To split; separate; fall apart
  3. To split or be capable or splitting, especially along a natural line of division:
(Informal) To perform a cesarean section on.
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  1. (Informal) To perform a cesarean section on.
  2. To cut or divide into sections
  3. To shade or crosshatch (part of a drawing) to indicate sections.
To form into subdivisions.
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  1. To form into subdivisions.
  2. To divide into a number of parts, especially to divide (land) into lots.
  3. To divide a part or parts of into smaller parts.
To cross each other
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  1. To cross each other
  2. To form an intersection with; cross:
  3. To divide into two parts by passing through or across; cut across
To move or be conveyed in opposite directions at the same time:
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  1. To move or be conveyed in opposite directions at the same time:
  2. To place across or crosswise
  3. To place crosswise one over the other:
To divide; fork
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  1. To divide; fork
  2. To split; fork.
  3. (Geometry) To divide an angle, line segment, or other figure into two equal parts.
To divide into two or more branches:
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  1. To divide into two or more branches:
  2. To pick up, spear, or pitch with a fork
  3. To give the shape of a fork to (one's fingers, for example).
To enlarge the scope of one's interests, business, or activities:
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  1. To enlarge the scope of one's interests, business, or activities:
  2. To come forth as a branch or subdivision; develop or diverge from:
  3. (Comput.) To continue at an instruction in another part of the program by means of a branch
To depart from a given viewpoint, practice, etc.; differ
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  1. To depart from a given viewpoint, practice, etc.; differ
  2. To go or move in different directions from a common point or from each other; branch off
  3. To be different, as in opinion or manner; differ:
To diverge at a wide angle; spread apart.
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  1. To diverge at a wide angle; spread apart.
  2. To spread widely apart; separate into diverging parts or branches; fork; branch
To tear or split apart or into pieces violently.
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  1. To tear or split apart or into pieces violently.
  2. To pull, split, or divide:
  3. To become torn or split; come apart:
To force apart or divide into factions; disrupt; split
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  1. To force apart or divide into factions; disrupt; split
  2. To divide or disrupt:
  3. To pull apart or separate into pieces by force; rip or rend (cloth, paper, etc.)
To divide or become divided into segments.
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  1. To divide or become divided into segments.
  2. The portion of a line between any two of its points.
  3. The portion of a sphere included between a pair of parallel planes that intersect it or are tangent to it.
(Sports) To play (a golf game or hole) using the same number of strokes as one's opponent.
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  1. (Sports) To play (a golf game or hole) using the same number of strokes as one's opponent.
  2. To reduce to half the original amount.
  3. (Architecture) To join two pieces of timber etc. by cutting away each for half its thickness at the joining place, and fitting together.
To divide or separate into a number of parts.
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  1. To divide or separate into a number of parts.
  2. To mark or place (holes, for example) a fourth of a circle apart.
  3. To locate and adjust (one machine part) at right angles to its connecting part within the machine.
To upset the order of; disarrange; disrupt
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  1. To upset the order of; disarrange; disrupt
  2. To put out of usual or proper place, position, or relationship.
  3. To displace (a body part), especially to displace a bone from its normal position.
(Ergative, figuratively) to divide into parts to give more details, to provide a more indepth analysis of
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  1. (Ergative, figuratively) to divide into parts to give more details, to provide a more indepth analysis of
  2. (Ergative, figuratively) to render or to become weak and ineffective
  3. (Ergative, figuratively) to render or to become unstable due to stress, to collapse physically or mentally
To mark the difference between two causes of action; to distinguish
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  1. To mark the difference between two causes of action; to distinguish
  2. To separate clearly as if by boundaries; distinguish:
  3. To mark the difference between; distinguish; separate
To arrange or classify into grades according to amount, size, etc.
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  1. To arrange or classify into grades according to amount, size, etc.
  2. To change gradually or by degrees:
  3. To divide into marked intervals, especially for use in measurement:
To dissolve legally a marriage between; separate by divorce
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  1. To dissolve legally a marriage between; separate by divorce
  2. To terminate a marriage to someone by obtaining a court order, usually referred to as a divorce decree.
  3. To end marriage with (one's spouse) by way of legal divorce.
(Biology) To mutate or change morphologically, often reversibly.
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  1. (Biology) To mutate or change morphologically, often reversibly.
  2. To break the ties or connection between; sever association with; separate; disunite
  3. To part company; stop associating
To cause to be transferred; turn away:
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  1. To cause to be transferred; turn away:
  2. To cause to become unfriendly or hostile; estrange:
  3. (Law) To transfer (property or a right) to the ownership of another, especially by an act of the owner rather than by inheritance.
To make hostile, unsympathetic, or indifferent; alienate:
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  1. To make hostile, unsympathetic, or indifferent; alienate:
  2. To turn (a person) from an affectionate or friendly attitude to an indifferent, unfriendly, or hostile one; alienate the affections of
  3. To remove from an accustomed place or set of associations:
To set apart; detach from the rest; isolate
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  1. To set apart; detach from the rest; isolate
  2. To cause to be in a detached or isolated position.
  3. To prevent the passage of heat, electricity, or sound into or out of, especially by surrounding or covering with a nonconducting material:
(Microbiol.) To grow a pure culture of (a microbe), usually as individual colonies on a solid medium
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  1. (Microbiol.) To grow a pure culture of (a microbe), usually as individual colonies on a solid medium
  2. (Chem.) To separate (an element or compound) in pure form from substances with which it is combined or mixed
  3. To set apart from others; place alone
Common misspelling of lose.
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  1. Common misspelling of lose.
  2. To set free; unbind
  3. To make less strict; relax:
To release from or as if from chains or bonds; set free.
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  1. To release from or as if from chains or bonds; set free.
To come open or unfastened.
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  1. To come open or unfastened.
  2. To put an end to; bring to ruin, disgrace, or downfall
  3. To open (a parcel, for example); unwrap.
To untie or unfasten, as wrappings or bindings.
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  1. To untie or unfasten, as wrappings or bindings.
  2. To take bindings off.
  3. (Figuratively) To set free from a debt, contract or promise.
To count (a series of numbers) aloud.
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  1. To count (a series of numbers) aloud.
(Idiomatic) To move ahead.
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  1. (Idiomatic) To move ahead.
To get free from a tangle
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  1. To get free from a tangle
  2. (Intransitive) To become free or untangled
  3. To clear up or resolve (a plot, for example); unravel.
To shape or form by chopping:
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  1. To shape or form by chopping:
  2. To change direction suddenly, as a ship in the wind.
  3. To cut into pieces, often, specif., small pieces
To chop (a tree) with an ax so as to cause it to fall
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  1. To chop (a tree) with an ax so as to cause it to fall
  2. To chop or cut with an ax, knife, etc.; hack; gash
  3. To conform or adhere (to a line, rule, principle, etc.)
To cut a slit or slits in, especially so as to reveal an underlying color:
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  1. To cut a slit or slits in, especially so as to reveal an underlying color:
  2. To cut slits in (a fabric, dress, etc.), esp. so as to expose underlying material, usually of another color
  3. To cut or form by cutting with forceful sweeping strokes:
(Intransitive) To come apart into long sharp fragments.
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  1. (Intransitive) To come apart into long sharp fragments.
  2. To break into small parts or into groups with divergent views; fragment
  3. To split or break into sharp, slender pieces; form splinters.
To break apart, on one's own rather than as part of the group.
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  1. To break apart, on one's own rather than as part of the group.
Simple past tense and past participle of cut off.
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  1. Simple past tense and past participle of cut off.
  2. (Idiomatic, drive) To swerve in front of (another car).
  3. To end abruptly.
To become separated or distinguished:
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  1. To become separated or distinguished:
  2. To cause (people or institutions, for example) to be separated on the basis of race, sex, religion, or another factor.
  3. To separate or isolate from others or from a main body or group.
To arrange or organize according to class or category.
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  1. To arrange or organize according to class or category.
  2. To arrange or group in classes according to some system or principle
  3. To place in a class or category
To separate from others:
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  1. To separate from others:
  2. (Comput.) To arrange data or a group of records in a particular way, as chronologically or alphabetically, for more efficient access
  3. To place or arrange according to class, kind, or size; classify:
To come to an agreement (with a person, about a thing)
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  1. To come to an agreement (with a person, about a thing)
  2. (Music) To adapt (a composition) to other instruments or voices than those for which it was written, or to the style of a certain band or orchestra
  3. To come to an agreement:
To apportion so as to be evenly spread throughout a given area:
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  1. To apportion so as to be evenly spread throughout a given area:
  2. (Logic) To use (a term) so as to include all individuals or entities of a given class.
  3. To place in separate pieces or examples over an area; scatter:
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 accord a share in (something) to another or others:
  3. To participate in, use, enjoy, or experience jointly or in turns:
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 give sparingly or as a dole
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  1. To give sparingly or as a dole
  2. To give out, especially in portions or shares; allot or distribute. Often used with out:
To divide and distribute in shares according to a plan
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  1. To divide and distribute in shares according to a plan
To separate; sever.
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  1. To separate; sever.
  2. To divide into parts; break up.
  3. To separate or part; disunite
To break or divide into separate parts
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  1. To break or divide into separate parts
  2. (Archaic) To divide into shares or portions.
  3. Partially; in part:
To divide or separate by means of a partition.
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  1. To divide or separate by means of a partition.
  2. A separator of one space from another; a separation by a court of real estate owned jointly into two or more separately owned parcels, so that each of the former joint owners may enjoy having his or her own estate. A separator of one space from another; a separation by a court of real estate owned jointly into two or more separately owned parcels, so that each of the former joint owners may enjoy having his or her own estate. to separate a single parcel into two.
  3. To divide (a country) into separate, autonomous nations.
To separate or divide into parts.
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  1. To separate or divide into parts.
  2. (Informal) To perform a cesarean section on.
  3. To shade or crosshatch (part of a drawing) to indicate sections.
The region bounded by an arc of a circle and the chord that connects the endpoints of the arc.
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  1. The region bounded by an arc of a circle and the chord that connects the endpoints of the arc.
  2. The portion of a line between any two of its points.
  3. The portion of a sphere included between a pair of parallel planes that intersect it or are tangent to it.
To place in different groups; sort:
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  1. To place in different groups; sort:
  2. To part company; go away from each other; disperse:
  3. To part, come or draw apart, or become disconnected
To separate into two parts or branches; fork.
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  1. To separate into two parts or branches; fork.
To come forth as a branch or subdivision; develop or diverge from:
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  1. To come forth as a branch or subdivision; develop or diverge from:
  2. To put forth a branch or branches; spread by dividing.
  3. To enlarge the scope of one's interests, business, or activities:
To cause (light rays, for example) to diverge; deflect.
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  1. To cause (light rays, for example) to diverge; deflect.
  2. To be different, as in opinion or manner; differ:
  3. To go or extend in different directions from a common point; branch out:
To turn at or travel along a fork.
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  1. To turn at or travel along a fork.
  2. To divide into two or more branches:
  3. To divide into branches; be bifurcated
To have complicating consequences or outgrowths:
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  1. To have complicating consequences or outgrowths:
  2. To divide into or cause to extend in branches or subordinate branchlike parts.
  3. To divide or spread out into branches or branchlike divisions
To form into subdivisions.
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  1. To form into subdivisions.
  2. To divide a part or parts of into smaller parts.
  3. To divide into a number of parts, especially to divide (land) into lots.
To overcome or put an end to, especially by force or strong opposition:
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  1. To overcome or put an end to, especially by force or strong opposition:
  2. To part or pierce the surface of:
  3. To scatter or disperse; part:
To remove from association or union with something:
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  1. To remove from association or union with something:
  2. To unfasten or separate and remove; disconnect; disengage
  3. (Military) To separate for a special object or use.
(Obs.) To become separated
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  1. (Obs.) To become separated
  2. To undo the joining of; separate; detach
To fall into pieces.
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  1. To fall into pieces.
  2. To become dislocated.
  3. To separate; disjoin.
To destroy or take away the unity of; divide or separate
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  1. To destroy or take away the unity of; divide or separate
  2. To cause disagreement or alienation among or within.
  3. To separate or become separate.
The termination of a marriage by court order; the state of having terminated a marriage.
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  1. The termination of a marriage by court order; the state of having terminated a marriage.
  2. To end marriage with (one's spouse) by way of legal divorce.
  3. To dissolve legally a marriage between; separate by divorce
(Archaic) To divide into shares or portions.
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  1. (Archaic) To divide into shares or portions.
  2. To break or divide into separate parts
  3. Partially; in part:
To place in different groups; sort:
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  1. To place in different groups; sort:
  2. To part company; go away from each other; disperse:
  3. To part, come or draw apart, or become disconnected
To divide into parts or shares; portion out
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  1. To divide into parts or shares; portion out
  2. (Slang) To leave a place; depart
  3. (Informal) To become divided or part company as a result of discord or disagreement:
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
(Logic) To use (a term) so as to include all individuals or entities of a given class.
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  1. (Logic) To use (a term) so as to include all individuals or entities of a given class.
  2. To apportion so as to be evenly spread throughout a given area:
  3. To place in separate pieces or examples over an area; scatter:
(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 have a share or part:
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  1. To have a share or part:
  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)
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