separate verb translate to Traditional Chinese

Translation of "separate" - English-Traditional Chinese dictionary


/ˈsep.ər.eɪt/ US  /-ə.reɪt/
[I or T] to (cause to) divide into parts
The north and south of the country are separated by a mountain range.
You can get a special device for separating egg whites from yolks.
The top and bottom sections are quite difficult to separate.
Separating and dividing
[I or T] to make people move apart or into different places, or to move apart
At school they always tried to separate Jane and me because we were troublemakers.
Somehow, in the rush to get out of the building, I got separated from my mother.
Perhaps we should separate now and meet up later.
Isolating and separating
[T] to consider two people or things as different or not related
You can't separate morality from politics.
Separating and dividing
[I] If a liquid separates it becomes two different liquids.
Separating and dividing
[I] to start to live in a different place from your husband or wife because the relationship has ended
My parents separated when I was six and divorced a couple of years later.
Ending relationships and divorce
(Definition of separate verb from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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