Bedeutung von “apart” — Learner’s Dictionary

apart

adverb us uk /əˈpɑːt/
They will have to be spaced at least two metres apart.He spent the whole afternoon taking his bike apart.The building was torn apart by the bomb blast.The book came apart in my hands.Her shoes were splitting apart at the sides.
SEPARATED

B1 separated by a space or period of time:

Stand with your feet wide apart.
Our kids were born just eighteen months apart.
INTO PIECES

B2 into separate, smaller pieces:

My jacket is coming/falling apart.
apart from

B1 except for:

Apart from Jodie, who hurt her leg, all the children were fine.

B1 in addition to:

He works a ten-hour day and that's apart from the work he does UK at the weekend/US on the weekend.

(Definition von “apart” aus dem Cambridge Learner's Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)