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  1. divide

    • IPA[dəˈvīd]

    美式

    • v.
      separate or be separated into parts;separate (something) into portions and distribute a share to each of a number of people
    • n.
      a wide divergence between two groups, typically producing tension or hostility;a boundary between two things
    • verb: divide, 3rd person present: divides, gerund or present participle: dividing, past tense: divided, past participle: divided

    • 釋義
    • 相關詞
    • 片語
    • v.
      動詞
    • 1. separate or be separated into parts:

      consumer magazines can be divided into a number of different categories

      the cell clusters began to divide rapidly

    • 2. separate (something) into portions and distribute a share to each of a number of people:

      Jack divided up the rest of the cash

      the property was divided among his heirs

    • 3. allocate (different parts of one's time, attention, or efforts) to different activities or places:

      the last years of her life were divided between Bermuda and Paris

    • 4. form a boundary between (two people or things):

      the artificial barrier that has divided an academic education from a vocational one

    • 5. (of a legislative assembly) separate or be separated into two groups for voting:

      the House divided: 287 for, 196 against

    • 6. disagree or cause to disagree:

      the question had divided Frenchmen since the Revolution

      cities where politicians frequently divide along racial lines

    • 7. find how many times (a number) contains another:

      36 divided by 2 equals 18

      the program helps children to multiply and divide quickly and accurately

    • 8. (of a number) be susceptible of division without a remainder:

      30 does not divide by 8

    • 9. find how many times (a number) is contained in another:

      divide 4 into 20

    • 10. (of a number) be contained in a number without a remainder:

      3 divides into 15

    • n.
      名詞
    • 1. a wide divergence between two groups, typically producing tension or hostility:

      there was still a profound cultural divide between the parties

    • 2. a boundary between two things:

      symbolically, the difference of sex is a divide

    • 3. a ridge or line of high ground forming the division between two valleys or river systems.
    • adj. split into parts; separated:

    • the deputy came back, carrying a divided metal plate and a cup

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    • adj. split into parts; separated:

    • the deputy came back, carrying a divided metal plate and a cup

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    • n. a distinction regarded as significant and very difficult to ignore or overcome:

    • the great divide between workers and management

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    • n. a boundary between two contrasting groups, cultures, etc. that is regarded as very difficult to ignore or overcome:

    • the great divide between workers and management

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    • ph. another name for Continental Divide or Great Dividing Range

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    • ph. the main series of mountain ridges in North America, chiefly the crests of the Rocky Mountains, which form a watershed separating the rivers flowing eastwards into the Atlantic Ocean or the Gulf of Mexico from those flowing westwards into the Pacific.

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    • n. the Southern Alps mountain range that runs along New Zealand's South Island:

    • the company has to transport the blinking stuff across the main divide

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    • n. the gulf between those who have ready access to computers and the Internet, and those who do not:

    • a worrying “digital divide” based on educational attainment and income

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    • IPA[dɪˈvʌɪd]

    英式

    • v.
      separate or be separated into parts:
    • consumer magazines can be divided into a number of categories

      the cell clusters began to divide rapidly

    • n.
      a difference or disagreement between two groups, typically producing tension:
    • there was still a profound cultural divide between the parties

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  2. 知識+

    • (英文) 有關 “divide” 的片語分析~3Q

      divide A into B 分 to divide into parts; to separate into parts to allot; to distribute...into groups; to group into 岔 a fork in a road or river to divide into branches 等分 to divide into equal parts; to...

    • 請問”divide”的用法是...???

      divide 分 1.分,劃分[(+into/from)] The teacher divided our class into four groups. 老師...不及物動詞 intransitive verb) 1.分開 We divided into two groups. 我們分成兩組。 2...

    • divide/seprate/partition及split

      Divide ----- v. to divide an apple v. A wall divides two houses. v. to divide the profit n. If you divide 30 by 5, the answer is 6. separate ----- v. ...the cost of the dinner 分擔 to share分享 n. 裂口 缺口 adj. 以下左右兩邊的字 有意義重疊處 但並非全部一樣的意思 多參考不同的字典中例句 可體會不同之處 split ≒ divide partition ≒ separate separate ≒ divide