SEPARATE antonym



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  • S: (n) offprint, reprint, separate (a separately printed article that originally appeared in a larger publication ),
  • S: (n) separate (a garment that can be purchased separately and worn in combinations with other garments ),
  • S: (a) separate (independent), not united or joint, a problem consisting of two separate issues, they went their separate ways, formed a separate church
  • S: (s) freestanding, separate (standing apart), not attached to or supported by anything, a freestanding bell tower, a house with a separate garage
  • S: (s) separate (separated according to race, sex, class, or religion), separate but equal, girls and boys in separate classes
  • S: (s) disjoined, separate (have the connection undone), having become separate
  • S: (v) separate divide (act as a barrier between), stand between, The mountain range divides the two countries
  • S: (v) separate disunite, divide, part (force, take, or pull apart), He separated the fighting children, Moses parted the Red Sea
  • S: (v) distinguish, separate differentiate, secern, secernate, severalize, severalise, tell, tell_apart (mark as different), We distinguish several kinds of maple
  • S: (v) divide, split, split_up, separate dissever, carve_up (separate into parts or portions), divide the cake into three equal parts, The British carved up the Ottoman Empire after World War I
  • S: (v) separate (divide into components or constituents), Separate the wheat from the chaff
  • S: (v) classify, class, sort, assort, sort_out, separate (arrange or order by classes or categories), How would you classify these pottery shards--are they prehistoric?
  • S: (v) separate divide (make a division or separation ),
  • S: (v) separate part, split_up, split, break, break_up (discontinue an association or relation), go different ways, The business partners broke over a tax question, The couple separated after 25 years of marriage, My friend and I split up
  • S: (v) separate part, split (go one's own way), move apart, The friends separated after the party
  • S: (v) break, separate split_up, fall_apart, come_apart (become separated into pieces or fragments), The figurine broke, The freshly baked loaf fell apart
  • S: (v) discriminate, separate single_out (treat differently on the basis of sex or race ),
  • S: (v) separate divide, part (come apart), The two pieces that we had glued separated
  • S: (v) branch, ramify, fork, furcate, separate (divide into two or more branches so as to form a fork), The road forks
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