Definition Of separte

noun

cause to move or be apart.

police were trying to separate two rioting mobs

divide or cause to divide into constituent or distinct elements.

the milk had separated into curds and whey

forming or viewed as a unit apart or by itself.

this raises two separate issues

things forming units by themselves, in particular.

Example Of separte

  • A new toy was placed among seven familiar toys, and in a separate room the owner asked Rico to fetch it using a name the dog had never heard before.

  • After observing it for several more minutes we saw a small object separate and move away from the bigger object.

  • All 3 of these systems reside on different database types on separate hardware platforms.

  • An Auckland medical laboratory has offered a separate lunch room for staff to speak a language other than English during their breaks.

  • Australia's humanitarian responsibility to asylum seekers is a separate issue from the ethics of the people-smugglers.


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