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  1. separate

    • adj.
      forming or viewed as a unit apart or by itself;not joined or touching physically
    • v.
      cause to move or be apart;form a distinction or boundary between (people, places, or things)
    • n.
      individual items of clothing, such as skirts, jackets, or pants, suitable for wearing in different combinations.;the self-contained, freestanding components of a sound-reproduction system.
    • verb: separate, 3rd person present: separates, gerund or present participle: separating, past tense: separated, past participle: separated

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    • 1. individual items of clothing, such as skirts, jackets, or pants, suitable for wearing in different combinations.
    • 2. the self-contained, freestanding components of a sound-reproduction system.
    • 3. portions into which a soil, sediment, etc. can be sorted according to particle size, mineral composition, or other criteria analysis of mineral separates from six cordierite-bearing strata
    • adj.
      no longer living together as a couple: his parents are separated

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    • adj.
      no longer living together as a couple: his parents are separated

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    • n.
      a school receiving pupils from a particular religious group.

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    • n.
      a school receiving students from a particular religious group.

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    • ph.
      racially segregated but ostensibly ensuring equal opportunities to all races

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    • ph.
      in a separate envelope

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    • ph.
      in a separate envelope

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    • ph.
      racially segregated but ensuring equal opportunities to all races

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    • adj.
      forming or viewed as a unit apart or by itself: this raises two separate issues he regards the study of literature as quite separate from life
    • v.
      cause to move or be apart: police were trying to separate two rioting mobs they were separated by the war
    • plural
      individual items of clothing, such as skirts, jackets, or trousers, suitable for wearing in ...

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