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Translation of "part" - English-French dictionary

part

noun /paːt/
something which, together with other things, makes a whole; a piece partie We spent part of the time at home and part at the seaside.
an equal division part(ie) He divided the cake into three parts.
a character in a play etc rôle She played the part of the queen.
the words, actions etc of a character in a play etc rôle He learned his part quickly.
in music, the notes to be played or sung by a particular instrument or voice partie the violin part.
a person’s share, responsibility etc in doing something part He played a great part in the company’s success.
parting noun
the act of leaving someone, saying goodbye etc séparation Their final parting was at the station.
a line dividing hair brushed in opposite directions on the head raie His parting is on the left-hand side.
partly adverb
to a certain extent but not completely en partie She was tired, partly because of the journey and partly because of the heat.
part-time adjective, adverb
not taking one’s whole time; for only a few hours or days a week à temps partiel a part-time job She works part-time.
in part
partly en partie He agreed that he was in part responsible for the accident.
part company
to go in different directions se quitter We parted company at the bus-stop.
to leave each other or end a friendship, partnership etc se séparer The two business partners parted company following a disagreement.
part of speech
one of the groups into which words are divided (eg noun, verb, adjective etc). catégorie grammaticale
part with
to give away or be separated from se défaire (de) He doesn’t like parting with money.
take in good part
to accept without being hurt or offended prendre du bon côté He took their jokes in good part.
take someone’s part
to support someone (in an argument etc) prendre le parti de She always takes his part in an argument.
take part in
to be one of a group of people doing something, to take an active share in (eg playing a game, performing a play, holding a discussion etc) prendre part à He never took part in arguments.
(Definition of part from the Password English-French Dictionary © 2014 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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