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apart

adverb   /əˈpɑːt/
B1 separated by a space or period of time separados (por una distancia/diferencia de…) Stand with your feet wide apart. Our children were born 18 months apart.
into separate, smaller pieces en trozos My jacket is so old that it’s falling apart.
not with someone else separado My parents were living apart. It was my first time traveling apart from my family.
apart from
B1 except for aparte de Apart from Jodie, who hurt her leg, all the children were fine.
(Definition of apart from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

apart

adverb /əˈpaːt/
separated by a certain distance a una distancia de The trees were planted three yards apart Paul was standing with his feet apart Their policies are far apart She was sitting apart from the other people.
apart from
except for a excepción de, aparte de I can’t think of anything I need, apart from a car.
come apart phrasal verb
to break into pieces deshacerse The cardboard box was coming apart at the edges.
take apart phrasal verb
to separate (something) into the pieces from which it is made desmontar He took the engine apart.
tell apart phrasal verb ( usually with can, *cannot)
to recognize the difference between; to distinguish distinguir I cannot tell the twins apart.
(Definition of apart from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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