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Meaning of “share” - Learner’s Dictionary

share

verb     /ʃeər/
AT SAME TIME [I, T] A2 to have or use something at the same time as someone else: She shares a house with Paul.Sharing
DIVIDE [I, T] A2 to divide something between two or more people: We shared a pizza and a bottle of wine. We shared the cost of the wedding between us.Sharing
share an interest/opinion, etc B1 to have the same interest/opinion, etc as someone else: They share a love of gardening. I don't share your views on this subject.Sharing
share your problems/thoughts/ideas, etc to tell someone your problems/thoughts, etcSharing
(Definition of share verb from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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