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  • The couple eventually shared a home and have lived together for many years.
  • There should at the very least be shared decision-making as far as possible.
  • Both countries share strong common ground when it comes to culture.
  • At the time, this was the largest share issue in the world.
  • Since programs time share, each program must have independent access to memory.
  • The results will be shared with schools as part of an educational project.
  • But all of us shared the desire to play the songs we were singing.
  • Companies also have chosen to share the role between several actors during a performance.
  • It developed its own unique features and shared in changes to both other branches.
  • She married again, this time to a man who shared her interest in writing and literature.
  • I have done my share, it is time to go.
  • It was expected that this share would be reduced further during the decade.
  • This is considered as the true value of the share.
  • Those who do not share our background cannot have our ability.
  • Education received increased attention and began to receive a larger share of the national budget.
  • A principal source of happiness to them was their shared love of their family.
  • They then share a piece with each family member.
  • Market share is not always a consideration, because not all radio stations are commercial.
  • Many people do, however, share a general idea of music.
  • Whatever food they had, they would share with their friends.
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Meaning of share

  • noun Assets belonging to or due to or contributed by an individual person or group
    he wanted his share in cash
  • noun Any of the equal portions into which the capital stock of a corporation is divided and ownership of which is evidenced by a stock certificate
    he bought 100 shares of IBM at the market price
  • verb Have in common
    Our children share a love of music, The two countries share a long border
  • verb Use jointly or in common
  • verb Give out as one's portion or share
  • verb Communicate
    I'd like to share this idea with you