Meaning of “separate” - Learner’s Dictionary

separate

adjective uk us /ˈsepərət/
NOT JOINED

B1 not joined or touching anything else:

a separate compartment
I try to keep meat separate from other food.
NOT AFFECTING

B2 not affecting or related to each other:

I've asked him to turn his music down on three separate occasions.
I have my professional life and my private life and I try to keep them separate.
DIFFERENT

B1 different:

Use a separate sheet of paper.
separately adverb

(Definition of “separate adjective” from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)