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Noun
The necessary ingredients or components (for something, especially food or a social event)
“Nevertheless, they are part of the one big machine, without which all the component parts in place, the machine would not work properly.”
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A marked natural ability or skill
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An administrative district of a city or country
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Elements or circumstances contributing to a result
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The working parts of a machine as a group
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(usually used in singular form "say") One's input or influence in a matter
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The land and scenery of a rural area
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The written text of a play, film, or broadcast
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The composition of something
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Actors in performance
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Plural for an amount or section which, when combined with others, makes up the whole of something
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“The team was under pressure in the early part of the game.”
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Plural for the contribution made by someone or something to an action or situation
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“We intend to make the social economy a key part of Canada's social policy tool kit.”
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Plural for a role played by an actor or actress
“Mitchell has managed to develop his part into the leading character, or was it Willmott who devised it that way?”
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Plural for a division of a book, periodical, or broadcast serial
“Above average geeks will want to turn right to the second part of the book for the juicy stuff.”
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Plural for a region, especially one not clearly specified or delimited
“Almost everyone in these parts is linked directly or indirectly to the old steelworks.”
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Plural for the words and directions to be learned and performed by an actor in a role
“So why the huge gulf between the actor's response to his part and the audience's interpretation?”
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Plural for an area of the body
“Various animal body parts are very similar to ours.”
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Plural for a scrap of leftover food
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Plural for where something is positioned or located
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Plural for a short extract from a film, broadcast, or piece of music or writing
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Plural for a distinct part or branch of a nation's economy or society or of a sphere of activity such as education
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Plural for a clause or paragraph of a legal document or agreement
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Plural for a section or stage of a journey or process
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Plural for a character, role or appearance that is affected by someone
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Plural for a distinct stage in a series of events or process
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Plural for a small part on or attached to a piece of furniture or equipment
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Plural for main part of device
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Plural for any projection or division, especially one of a somewhat rounded form
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Plural for an area of special knowledge, interest, or responsibility
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Plural for a separate section or part of a structure or container
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Plural for a component of any manufactured goods, kept in reserve to replace one that fails
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Plural for a person, country, or organization that has joined a group, society, or team
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Plural for a succession of notes forming a distinctive sequence
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Plural for the act of participating, of taking part in something
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Plural for a particular opinion or attitude expressed
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Plural for a less significant item or fact
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Plural for the score or scores of a musical composition or compositions
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Plural for one of four equal parts
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Plural for the interest, benefit, or wellbeing of someone or something
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Plural for something given as a reward or in recompense for something done
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Plural for the extent or measurement of something from end to end
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Plural for the central or most important part of something
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Plural for a specimen taken for scientific testing or analysis
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Plural for a particular appearance or quality
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Plural for a heavy or bulky thing that is being carried or is about to be carried
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Plural for a musical part which supports or partners an instrument, voice, or group
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Plural for a person, especially one with specified characteristics
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Plural for a stake or involvement in an undertaking
Verb
To force or break apart
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“The curtains parted, and the show began.”
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To leave or exit a place
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“It is time to part from this quaint little town and start anew in the big city.”
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To move in a different direction
“After traveling together for several days, we would part in Paris.”
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To die or cease living
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“My dear father would part after a long battle with illness.”
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To cause to feel less close or friendly
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(literally or figuratively) To depart from an established path or course
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To separate something that was connected
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To pull (curtains) shut or open
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To be an identifying characteristic or mark of
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Withdraw to or from a particular place
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Separate something, especially something to be discarded, from something else
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To strain, sift or sort using a sieve
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Prevent activity from going on
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To scatter or sprinkle, typically over a wide area
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Divide up and share out
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To free from a tangled or twisted state
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Take part in something so as to prevent or alter a result or course of events
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Open mouth wide, usually sign of
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Assign or regard as belonging to a particular category
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