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1. Separate, part, and divide mean to break into parts or to keep apart. Separate may be used when things have been put into groups, or a thing has been removed from a group, or something has been inserted between like things. Separate the good eggs from the bad ones.
2. Separate definition, to keep apart or divide, as by an intervening barrier or space: to Separate two fields by a fence
3. To set, force, or keep apart: The referee Separated the two boxers.
4. 90 synonyms of Separate from the Merriam-Webster Thesaurus, plus 157 related words, definitions, and antonyms
5. Separate: not the same or shared
6. To cause two or more people or things to stop being with or near each other, or to be positioned between two or more things: [ T ] A six-foot-high wall Separates ticket holders from those hoping to get tickets
7. [ T ] Fighting broke out between two hockey players, and it took nearly five minutes to Separate …
8. Find 195 ways to say Separate, along with antonyms, related words, and example sentences at Thesaurus.com, the world's most trusted free thesaurus.
9. Separate can be an adjective or a verb
10. As a verb, it means to to set apart, to distinguish, or to divide. Separate is often misspelled as seperate, a word that has no meaning and is simply a misspelling:
11. Separate can be an adjective or a verb
12. With traditional SAN architectures, the business maintains Separate site-to-site connections for each service and is charged as if all three links carried traffic 24 hours a day, even though the tape backup and host-to-remote-disk connections are used only intermittently
13. Separate is defined as something or someone not connected to anything or anyone else
14. An example of Separate is an issue brought up at a meeting that isn't related to any other issues covered.
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18. Separate a character column into multiple columns with a regular expression or numeric locations Source: R/Separate.R
19. Given either a regular expression or a vector of character positions, Separate() turns a single character column into multiple columns.
20. To Separate means to sort, detach, or create a boundary
21. Related words are Separates, Separated, separating, Separately, Separateness, separation. Separate is one of the one thousand most frequently used words in the English language according to the Oxford English dictionary. Separate comes from the Latin word separatus, meaning to pull apart.
22. The Crossword Solver found 200 answers to the Separate crossword clue
23. Adjective If one thing is Separate from another, there is a barrier, space, or division between them, so that they are clearly two things
24. Each villa has a Separate sitting-room
25. They are now making plans to form their own Separate party.
26. Separate is the correct spelling for the verb and adjective referring to things that are apart
27. Given either a regular expression or a vector of character positions, Separate () turns a single character column into multiple columns.
28. Another word for Separate: unconnected, individual, particular, divided, divorced Collins English Thesaurus
29. Separate spans a striking range of characters and landscapes, bound together by the defining issue of their time and ours―race and equality
30. Wending its way through a half-century of American history, the narrative begins at the dawn of the railroad age, in the North, home to the nation’s first Separate railroad car, then moves briskly
31. Separate is a synonym of divide
32. As verbs the difference between Separate and divide is that Separate is to divide (a thing) into Separate parts while divide is to split or Separate (something) into two or more parts
33. As nouns the difference between Separate and divide is that Separate is (usuallyin the plural) anything that is sold by itself, especially an article of clothing while divide is
34. Inflections of 'Separate' (v): (⇒ conjugate) Separates v 3rd person singular separating v pres p verb, present participle: -ing verb used descriptively or to form progressive verb--for example, "a singing bird," "It is singing." Separated v past verb, past simple: Past tense--for example, "He saw the man." "She laughed." Separated v past p verb, past participle: Verb form used descriptively
35. Definition of Separate from in the Idioms Dictionary
36. What does Separate from expression mean? Definitions by the largest Idiom Dictionary.
37. • Then, write a Separate list for each chapter and, possibly, for each section of a chapter
38. • This led the Committee to propose two Separate new statutes
39. • He asked her out on two Separate occasions
40. • In a Separate saucepan, heat the milk and the cream
41. • A Separate study found that 77% of students are spending less time on homework.
42. Synonyms for Separate include detached, isolated, segregated, Separated, unattached, abstracted, disjoined, divided, partitioned and removed
43. Definition of Separate in the Definitions.net dictionary
44. What does Separate mean? Information and translations of Separate in the most comprehensive dictionary definitions resource on the web.
45. To Separate legally, you’ll need to file a marital separation agreement, which will legally bind you to your agreements about living, finances, and custody
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47. Things that are Separate are kept apart from other things
48. A married couple heading for divorce might eat breakfast at Separate tables.
49. Definition of Separate written for English Language Learners from the Merriam-Webster Learner's Dictionary with audio pronunciations, usage examples, and count/noncount noun labels.
50. Married Filing Separately Tax Filing Status
51. If you were married as of December 31 of the tax year, you and your spouse can choose whether to file Separate tax returns or whether to file a joint tax return together
52. Though filing jointly usually gets you a bigger refund or a lower tax bill (and most married couples file joint returns), it might be to your advantage to file Separately based on
53. Definition and synonyms of Separate from the online English dictionary from Macmillan Education.
54. This is the British English definition of Separate.View American English definition of Separate.
55. ‘The author devotes Separate chapters to the different situations in which transgression from the expected norm was most likely to take place.’ ‘The group were formerly close-knit but are now a bunch of individuals moving in Separate directions and facing different problems.’
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57. Definition of Separate from (someone or something) in the Idioms Dictionary
58. Separate from (someone or something) phrase
59. What does Separate from (someone or something) expression mean? Definitions by the largest Idiom Dictionary
60. Separate from (someone or something) - Idioms by The Free Dictionary.
61. Separate from somebody/something Raw meat must be kept Separate from cooked meat
62. The school is housed in two Separate buildings
63. Write a list of names on a Separate piece of paper.
64. Separate but equal was a legal doctrine in United States constitutional law, according to which racial segregation did not necessarily violate the Fourteenth Amendment to the United States Constitution, which guaranteed "equal protection" under the law to all people.Under the doctrine, as long as the facilities provided to each race were equal, state and local governments could require that
65. Separate something Separate the eggs (= Separate the yolk from the white)
66. A civil war Separated the two sides
67. Separate A from B It is impossible to Separate belief from emotion
68. Separate A and B the law separating church and state; Separate something into something Make a list of points and Separate them into ‘desirable’ and ‘essential’.
69. Separate into parts or portions 5
70. Become Separated into pieces or fragments 9
71. Soleil Moon Frye and Jason Goldberg have gone their Separate ways
72. After 22 years of marriage, the Punky Brewster star, 44, and her producer husband, 48, have Separated, PEOPLE can exclusively reveal.
73. Separate Account: A Separate account is a privately managed investment account owned by an investor seeking to manage a pool of individual assets
74. Separate accounts are typically opened through a
75. Separate is also an adjective meaning apart, individual, or different Related forms of the word include separation (noun), Separated (past tense verb), separating (continuous verb) Examples
76. One person was killed and 12 others were injured in two Separate nightclub shootings in Texas
77. Definition and synonyms of Separate from the online English dictionary from Macmillan Education.
78. This is the British English definition of Separate.View American English definition of Separate.
79. Separate trusts may offer better protection from creditors, if this is a concern