separate

All Adjective Verb
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  • Even when run together, the words can be separated in only one way.
  • A list of his larger separate works will be found below.
  • All of these languages are today separate in their own right.
  • The whole separated group can then be recognized as a new species.
  • It is no longer being developed as a separate standard.
  • She is separated from the group, however, and taken in by the police.
  • Initially the technology could only be applied to the head when separated from the body.
  • When she was one year old, her parents separated, and she remained with her mother.
  • The rights to sell the game in English are often sold to separate companies.
  • But, after they grew older and went their separate ways, the game came to an end.
  • Hills in the north and south are separated by a central valley.
  • This might take place if the original parents die or are for some reason separated from them.
  • Food is prepared in a separate kitchen located near the house but usually behind it.
  • Scottish law remained separate from English law, and the religious system was not changed.
  • This is very useful when performing a particular action on each separate line of the field.
  • His parents separated that year and he and his sisters were raised by their father.
  • For this reason it is treated as two separate islands below.
  • Son's parents separated when he was about seven or eight.
  • The President is the head of state, though his position is separate from all branches.
  • These nations, once separate, are now part of another country.
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Meaning of separate

  • noun A garment that can be purchased separately and worn in combinations with other garments
  • verb Act as a barrier between; stand between
    The mountain range divides the two countries
  • verb Force, take, or pull apart
    He separated the fighting children, Moses parted the Red Sea
  • verb Divide into components or constituents
    Separate the wheat from the chaff
  • verb Make a division or separation
  • verb Discontinue an association or relation; go different ways
    The business partners broke over a tax question, The couple separated after 25 years of marriage, My friend and I split up
  • verb Go one's own way; move apart
    The friends separated after the party
  • verb Come apart
    The two pieces that we had glued separated
  • adjective Independent; not united or joint
    a problem consisting of two separate issues, they went their separate ways, formed a separate church