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English definition of “separate”

separate

adjective
 
 
/ˈsepərət/
not together, joined, or connected: We realised that the best way to progress the project would be to set up a separate company. We have separate bank accounts.separate from sth The assets of the fund will be ring-fenced, which means they will be kept separate from the rest of the fund.
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