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To divide is defined as to separate into two or more parts.
(Archaic) To divide into shares or portions.
To divide into or cause to extend in branches or subordinate branchlike parts.
In the Periodic Table, a vertical column that contains elements having the same number of electrons in the outermost shell of their atoms. Elements in the same group have similar chemical properties.
Undo is defined as to release, reverse or put an end to.
To break up (a relationship, for example); dissolve.
The definition of cloven is something that is split, separated or cut into two or more pieces.
Divergence is defined as separating, changing into something different, or having a difference of opinion.
The process by which a sequestrum forms
To organize into departments; subdivide
To remove from association or union with something:
come to a parting of the ways
(--- Microbiology) To separate (a pure strain of a microorganism or virus) from a mixed culture.
To set off or apart; separate; segregate; often, to segregate or isolate (the jury) during a trial
To designate (governmental documents, reports, etc.) to be secret or confidential and available only to authorized persons
(Botany) Expanding first at the summit, and later at the base, as a flower cluster.
Of a syllogism that contains a disjunction as one premise. Different from one another (with the preferable adposition being "from").
Having a quality that divides or separates
The sum of the characteristics or qualities that set one person or thing apart from others; individual character
The definition of a schism is a split of a group into different sections as a result of a difference in beliefs.
(Genetics) The separation of allelic genes into different gametes during meiosis so that a particular gamete receives only one member of a pair of characters
A formal legal severing of the relations between spouses that does not dissolve the marriage as in divorce.
To create artistic abstractions of (something else, such as a concrete object or another style):
To part or pierce the surface of:
In a different way or manner; otherwise:
To place in a category; classify
Of or relating to an individual, especially a single human:
The definition of isolated is a person who is alone and who has minimal contact with others, or a place that is remote and far away from other people. (Religion) Of or pertaining to a schism
Cut off from the public view; hidden, intimate, etc.
Conforming to a system that segregates racial groups
Being or related to a distinct entity
Single and set apart from others: (Uncountable, military) The separation of a military unit from the main body for particular purpose or a special mission.
(Biology) During meiosis, the separation of chromosomes (homologous in meiosis I, and sister chromatids in meiosis II).
Dissolution is defined as ending or breaking apart.
Excellence or eminence, as of performance, character, or reputation: The property or degree of being distinct.
To cause to be transferred; turn away:
To be of the same sort; match ( with)
The definition of bifurcate is to split up or to divide into two different parts or branches.
(Chemistry) To split (a complex molecule) into simpler molecules.
To put or separate into detached compartments, divisions, or categories
To break up or separate into basic components or parts
To extract the gluten, as from wheat flour.
Demarcate is defined as to separate or set clear boundaries.
To separate from one's roots or ties, esp. ethnic or national ones Simple past tense and past participle of detach
To remove from association.
To perceive or notice the distinguishing features of; recognize as distinct:
To release from something that holds fast, connects, or entangles.
To upset the order of; disarrange; disrupt
(Intransitive) To move or go from a dwelling or former position.
To make allowance for the dispart in (a gun), when taking aim. (Intransitive) To scatter in different directions
Dissect is defined as to cut apart piece by piece, or to closely examine.
To part company; stop associating
To dissolve is defined as to become broken up or absorbed by something or to disappear into something else.
To purify, refine, or concentrate as if by distillation To see someone or something as different from others.
To diverge at a wide angle; spread apart.
To go or extend in different directions from a common point; branch out:
To dissolve legally a marriage between; separate by divorce
To leave out or omit from consideration; reject:
To remove, as from usual surroundings or associates; keep apart or away
To set free; release or disentangle ( from a net, difficulty, etc.)
To divide into separate parts or sections: (Intransitive) To break apart.
Free means to release or let go.
(Carpentry) To join (two pieces of wood) by cutting away an end of each to half its thickness and fitting the cut ends together
To set apart; detach from the rest; isolate
To divide into parts or shares; apportion
To isolate in quarantine. To move something from one place to another, especially to take away. To part or tear off forcibly; to take away by force. (Ergative) To (cause to) separate and go in different directions; to disperse. (Intransitive) To split from or to withdraw from membership of a political union, an alliance or an organisation.
The portion of a line between any two of its points.
To separate from others; be segregated
Sift is defined as to pass through a sorting device like a screen to sort, separate or carefully examine.
(Comput.) To arrange data or a group of records in a particular way, as chronologically or alphabetically, for more efficient access To eject into outer space, usually without a space suit.
(Slang) To leave a place; depart
To remove the metal coating from (a plated article), as by acids or electrolytic action.
To divide into a number of parts, especially to divide (land) into lots.
To use a machine or flail to separate grain or seeds from straw.
To undo (something woven or tangled); untangle or separate the threads of
To analyze or examine carefully in order to separate the various elements; sift
To turn away (one's gaze, for example).
In the same place; with one another; not apart
Associated is someone whose rank is inferior.
Combined; joined; made one
Blended together into one unit or mass:
The act of removing laws and policies that provide for a mandatory separation of the races.
To join and act together in a common purpose or endeavor.
To tend toward or approach an intersecting point:
To join together for a common purpose.
To unite with in company; to join; to associate.
To take apart or come apart at the joints.
Alternative spelling of break up.
To section is defined as to divide something up into parts.
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. To categorize; especially to limit or be limited to a particular category, role, etc.
To perceive or show the difference in or between; discriminate.
To separate (a thing) mentally from another or others; recognize as separate or different
To reveal something that is not supposed to be revealed, especially something that someone has done wrong: To seal or block the entrance to a road, an area, or a building so that people cannot enter.
To keep away or apart from others; bar or shut off from the view of or relations with others; isolate
To discharge (a person) from the armed forces
To lose or give off a stored electrical charge
Of, belonging to, or associated with a specific person, group, thing, or category; not general or universal:
(Logic) Of an individual thing considered by itself
Occurring or existing as something indefinite, as in time or position:
Alone in kind or class; sole:
(Archaic) Alone; solitary
Characteristic only of a particular category or entity:
The definition of several is more than two but a small number, or separate people or things.
Being more than one; several:
To gather into a group; collect
To go on with a particular action or in a particular condition; persist:
To supply with room and board for a charge:
Standing or operating independently of anything else:
have the connection undone; having become separate
A separate reprint of an article, etc. that first appeared in a magazine or other larger publication
A facsimile of a postage stamp printed after the original issue of the stamp has been discontinued.
Branch means to divide into separate parts or to expand the scope.
To divide into branches; be bifurcated
To divide into branches; fork. Used other than as an idiom: see come, apart.
To discern as separate; discriminate.
Shared by or common to two or more:
To separate into categories; classify.
To come or occur between two periods or points of time:
To let be or do without interference.
To put or keep in order; organize; arrange
Being or related to a distinct entity
(Bot.) Divided by one or more narrow spaces extending more than halfway to the midrib
Being or related to a distinct entity
Characterized by excellence or distinction; eminent:
A separation; a distinction:
(Chem.) Any process in which the smaller dissolved molecules in a solution separate from the larger molecules by diffusing through a semipermeable membrane
To break into small fragments.
Linked together coherently or logically
To terminate a relationship or an association by or as if by leaving one another
To release from military duty
(UK, slang) To provide (somebody) with a necessity, or a solution to a problem. Synonym Study
, now largely a literary term, implies a violent splitting, tearing, or wrenching apart
is now usually applied to the separation of persons or things that have been closely connected or associated refused to part with his teddy bear
implies a forcible and complete separation, as by cutting off a part from a whole to sever a branch from a tree, severed all relations with her brother
implies a separation into parts, pieces, groups, etc. by or as by cutting, splitting, branching, etc., often for purposes of apportionment to divide the profits into equal shares
implies the putting apart of things previously united, joined, or assembled to separate machine parts, a family, etc.
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