apart

All Adverb Noun
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  • Apart from that, only group one also showed some effect of its treatment.
  • Apart from the long distance services, there are many services to nearby places within the state.
  • Typically, they are at least two hours apart (some may be four hours).
  • Anything constructed can then be taken apart again, and the pieces used to make other objects.
  • Thus the better put together solid structures will require more energy to break apart.
  • Apart from these two concert series, she has only given occasional live performances.
  • They are further apart in their intellectual position than is frequently supposed.
  • The goal posts could be from a few hundred feet apart to a few miles.
  • Each image in a pair was taken two weeks apart.
  • The use of basic technology is also a feature of other animal species apart from humans.
  • The two still cared about each other, but were apart and conducted different professional lives.
  • In order to tell the three stories apart, he adopted a distinctive look for each.
  • Verlan is less a language than a way to set apart certain words.
  • Animals as a category have several characteristics that generally set them apart from other living things.
  • It will fall apart under too much load or too little load.
  • The project did not hold together at Revolution Studios and subsequently fell apart.
  • If she attempted to live apart, her husband had the right to reclaim her.
  • Two railway stations in the town share the same approach road and are located less than fifty metres apart.
  • It was usually their wit and personality that set them apart from regular women.
  • Carey would grow apart from her father, and would later stop seeing him altogether.
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Meaning of apart

  • adverb Separated or at a distance in place or position or time
    These towns are many miles apart, stood with his legs apart, born two years apart
  • adverb Not taken into account or excluded from consideration
    these problems apart, the country is doing well, all joking aside, I think you're crazy
  • adverb Away from another or others
    they grew apart over the years, kept apart from the group out of shyness, decided to live apart
  • adverb One from the other
    people can't tell the twins apart
  • adverb Into parts or pieces
    he took his father's watch apart, split apart, torn asunder