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Adjective
Not joined or touching physically
“Most single parents are either separated or divorced.”
Adjective
Without a spouse
Adjective
Separate or disconnected
Adjective
Having been broken
Adjective
Split, divided, or partially divided into two
Adjective
Splayed-out
Adjective
Lacking a coherent sequence or connection
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Exercising control over one's own affairs
Adjective
That splits into two or more directions, or parts
Adjective
Capable of being divided or split
Adjective
Spread out over a wide area
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Separated from a usual pair or set
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Ignorant of or uninterested in cultures, ideas, or peoples outside one's own experience
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Consisting of separate modules
Adverb
Placed separately (in regard to space or time)
Adverb
Into separate parts or pieces
Adverb
In a state of separation
Verb
Past tense for to part or be parted from a mass or group
“The lid would finally separate from the jar after some pulling and twisting.”
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Past tense for to cause to move or be apart
“Police worked hard to separate the two opposing factions.”
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Past tense for to section off a physical space or area
“Authorities would separate the crime scene from the public with tape.”
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Past tense for to form a distinction or boundary between
“A solid wall would separate the two chambers.”
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Past tense for to stop living together as a couple
“The couple decided to separate after becoming increasingly distant over the years.”
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Past tense for to assort according to type, category or class
“Let's first separate our outstanding tasks according to priority.”
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Past tense for to diverge into two or more separate paths
“We reached an intersection where the trail would separate in two directions.”
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(of two or more people) Past tense for to part ways
“We would separate at the airport to go our separate ways.”
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Past tense for 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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Past tense for to identify differences in
“It appears that some people have difficulty in trying to separate fact from fiction.”
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(separate oneself from) Past tense for to sever relations with
“John tried desperately to separate himself from his shameful past.”
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