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Not joined or touching physically
“The home has a separate pool and rumpus room for the kids.”
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Forming or viewed as a unit apart or by itself
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“Let us endeavor to keep the two issues separate during the review.”
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Of, relating to, or belonging to a single person
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“Each of our students has their own separate interests.”
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(of a country) Not being under the rule or control of another
“Many years ago, the nation officially became a separate country.”
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Relating to a section or group within a community
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(of a thing) Complete, or having all that is needed, in itself
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Able to be attached
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Having no companions
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Hidden or out of the way
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Able to be separated
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Spread
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Breakaway or rebel
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Not connected with or relevant to something
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Far away in space or time
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Unfamiliar and disturbing or distasteful
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Consisting of separate modules
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Being the only one of its kind
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To part or be parted from a mass or group
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“The lid would finally separate from the jar after some pulling and twisting.”
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To cause to move or be apart
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“Police worked hard to separate the two opposing factions.”
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To section off a physical space or area
“Authorities would separate the crime scene from the public with tape.”
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To form a distinction or boundary between
“A solid wall would separate the two chambers.”
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To stop living together as a couple
“The couple decided to separate after becoming increasingly distant over the years.”
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To arrange or assign according to type
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“Let's first separate our outstanding tasks according to priority.”
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To go or move in different directions from a central point
“We reached an intersection where the trail would separate in two directions.”
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(of two or more people) To part ways
“We would separate at the airport to go our separate ways.”
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To divide into constituent or distinct elements
“Oxygen is introduced to the wine during barrel-aging to separate it from sediments.”
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To understand or point out the difference in
“It appears that some people have difficulty in trying to separate fact from fiction.”
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(separate oneself from) To sever relations with
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“John tried desperately to separate himself from his shameful past.”
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To separate into pieces as a result of a collision, blow, shock, or strain
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To cause to feel less close or friendly
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To mark the limits or boundaries of something
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To place or set apart two or more items allowing for space in between
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Enclose or separate an area with a fence
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To force to leave a country
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To flow forth slowly through small openings
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To establish what something or who someone is
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To cause something to change from being concentrated at one point to being distributed across a number of points
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Withdraw to or from a particular place
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To separate from a larger group
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To pass lightly across or touch gently especially in passing
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To separate, sift, analyze, or test in this manner
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To separate choice cotton fibers from worsted cloth fibers
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Conceal or screen with a curtain
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Cover with veneer
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To draw out by force or with effort
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Hold back
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Prevent activity from going on
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Destroy or severely damage by tearing or crushing
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To estimate, measure, or note the similarity or dissimilarity between
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Take part in something so as to prevent or alter a result or course of events
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To trouble the mind of; to make uneasy