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siparar [si.pa.rar.] : separate (v.)
[ Etymology: Spanish: separar: separate ]

Derivatives of siparar

n. (communication)1. offprint, reprint, separatea separately printed article that originally appeared in a larger publication.
~ articlenonfictional prose forming an independent part of a publication.
n. (artifact)2. separatea garment that can be purchased separately and worn in combinations with other garments.
~ garmentan article of clothing.; "garments of the finest silk"
v. (stative)3. divide, separateact as a barrier between; stand between.; "The mountain range divides the two countries"
v. (contact)4. disunite, divide, part, separateforce, take, or pull apart.; "He separated the fighting children"; "Moses parted the Red Sea"
~ compartmentalise, compartmentalize, cut upseparate into isolated compartments or categories.; "You cannot compartmentalize your life like this!"
~ polarise, polarizecause to concentrate about two conflicting or contrasting positions.
~ keep apart, sequestrate, set apart, isolate, sequesterset apart from others.; "The dentist sequesters the tooth he is working on"
~ disjoin, disjointmake disjoint, separated, or disconnected; undo the joining of.
~ disarticulate, disjointseparate at the joints.; "disjoint the chicken before cooking it"
~ disconnectmake disconnected, disjoin or unfasten.
~ cutseparate with or as if with an instrument.; "Cut the rope"
~ tearto separate or be separated by force.; "planks were in danger of being torn from the crossbars"
~ jointseparate (meat) at the joint.
~ ginseparate the seeds from (cotton) with a cotton gin.
~ breakseparate from a clinch, in boxing.; "The referee broke the boxers"
~ divide, part, separatecome apart.; "The two pieces that we had glued separated"
~ sever, break upset or keep apart.; "sever a relationship"
~ rupture, tear, snap, bustseparate or cause to separate abruptly.; "The rope snapped"; "tear the paper"
~ move, displacecause to move or shift into a new position or place, both in a concrete and in an abstract sense.; "Move those boxes into the corner, please"; "I'm moving my money to another bank"; "The director moved more responsibilities onto his new assistant"
v. (cognition)5. differentiate, distinguish, secern, secernate, separate, severalise, severalize, tell, tell apartmark as different.; "We distinguish several kinds of maple"
~ knowbe able to distinguish, recognize as being different.; "The child knows right from wrong"
~ identify, placerecognize as being; establish the identity of someone or something.; "She identified the man on the 'wanted' poster"
~ discriminate, know apartrecognize or perceive the difference.
~ labeldistinguish (an element or atom) by using a radioactive isotope or an isotope of unusual mass for tracing through chemical reactions.
~ labeldistinguish (as a compound or molecule) by introducing a labeled atom.
~ sextell the sex (of young chickens).
~ individualise, individualizemake or mark or treat as individual.; "The sounds were individualized by sharpness and tone"
~ compareexamine and note the similarities or differences of.; "John compared his haircut to his friend's"; "We compared notes after we had both seen the movie"
~ contrastput in opposition to show or emphasize differences.; "The middle school teacher contrasted her best student's work with that of her weakest student"
~ severalise, severalizedistinguish or separate.
~ contradistinguishdistinguish by contrasting qualities.
~ decouple, dissociateregard as unconnected.; "you must dissociate these two events!"; "decouple our foreign policy from ideology"
~ demarcateseparate clearly, as if by boundaries.
~ discriminate, single out, separatetreat differently on the basis of sex or race.
~ stratifydivide society into social classes or castes.; "Income distribution often stratifies a society"
v. (social)6. carve up, dissever, divide, separate, split, split upseparate into parts or portions.; "divide the cake into three equal parts"; "The British carved up the Ottoman Empire after World War I"
~ change integritychange in physical make-up.
~ subdividedivide into smaller and smaller pieces.; "This apartment cannot be subdivided any further!"
~ initialise, initialize, formatdivide (a disk) into marked sectors so that it may store data.; "Please format this disk before entering data!"
~ sectionalise, sectionalizedivide into sections, especially into geographic sections.; "sectionalize a country"
~ triangulatedivide into triangles or give a triangular form to.; "triangulate the piece of cardboard"
~ unitise, unitizedivide (bulk material) and process as units.
~ lotdivide into lots, as of land, for example.
~ parceldivide into parts.; "The developers parceled the land"
~ sliver, splinterdivide into slivers or splinters.
~ paragraphdivide into paragraphs, as of text.; "This story is well paragraphed"
~ cantondivide into cantons, of a country.
~ balkanise, balkanizedivide a territory into small, hostile states.
v. (contact)7. separatedivide into components or constituents.; "Separate the wheat from the chaff"
~ change integritychange in physical make-up.
~ decompose, break down, break upseparate (substances) into constituent elements or parts.
~ dialyse, dialyzeseparate by dialysis.
~ peptise, peptizedisperse in a medium into a colloidal state.
~ macerateseparate into constituents by soaking.
~ card, teaseseparate the fibers of.; "tease wool"
~ filter, filter out, filtrate, separate out, strainremove by passing through a filter.; "filter out the impurities"
~ extractseparate (a metal) from an ore.
~ fractionateobtain by a fractional process.
~ fractionateseparate into constituents or fractions containing concentrated constituents.
~ sift, sieve, strainseparate by passing through a sieve or other straining device to separate out coarser elements.; "sift the flour"
~ washseparate dirt or gravel from (precious minerals).
~ disperseseparate (light) into spectral rays.; "the prosm disperses light"
~ avulseseparate by avulsion.
v. (cognition)8. assort, class, classify, separate, sort, sort outarrange or order by classes or categories.; "How would you classify these pottery shards--are they prehistoric?"
~ unitise, unitizeseparate or classify into units.; "The hospital was unitized for efficiency"
~ catalogue, catalogmake an itemized list or catalog of; classify.; "He is cataloguing his photographic negatives"
~ compareexamine and note the similarities or differences of.; "John compared his haircut to his friend's"; "We compared notes after we had both seen the movie"
~ isolateseparate (experiences) from the emotions relating to them.
~ referthink of, regard, or classify under a subsuming principle or with a general group or in relation to another.; "This plant can be referred to a known species"
~ reclassifyclassify anew, change the previous classification.; "The zoologists had to reclassify the mollusks after they found new species"
~ sizesort according to size.
~ dichotomise, dichotomizedivide into two opposing groups or kinds.
~ stereotype, pigeonhole, stamptreat or classify according to a mental stereotype.; "I was stereotyped as a lazy Southern European"
~ grouparrange into a group or groups.; "Can you group these shapes together?"
~ categorise, categorizeplace into or assign to a category.; "Children learn early on to categorize"
~ gradedetermine the grade of or assign a grade to.
~ number, countput into a group.; "The academy counts several Nobel Prize winners among its members"
v. (motion)9. divide, separatemake a division or separation.
~ partition, zoneseparate or apportion into sections.; "partition a room off"
~ breakdestroy the integrity of; usually by force; cause to separate into pieces or fragments.; "He broke the glass plate"; "She broke the match"
~ break up, dissipate, scatter, dispel, disperseto cause to separate and go in different directions.; "She waved her hand and scattered the crowds"
~ rail off, railseparate with a railing.; "rail off the crowds from the Presidential palace"
~ detachseparate (a small unit) from a larger, especially for a special assignment.; "detach a regiment"
~ close off, shut offisolate or separate.; "She was shut off from the friends"
v. (social)10. break, break up, part, separate, split, split updiscontinue an association or relation; go different ways.; "The business partners broke over a tax question"; "The couple separated after 25 years of marriage"; "My friend and I split up"
~ give the bounce, give the gate, give the axeterminate a relationship abruptly.; "Mary gave John the axe after she saw him with another woman"
~ disunify, break apartbreak up or separate.; "The country is disunifying"; "Yugoslavia broke apart after 1989"
~ disassociate, disjoint, dissociate, disunite, divorcepart; cease or break association with.; "She disassociated herself from the organization when she found out the identity of the president"
~ break withend a relationship.; "China broke with Russia"
~ split up, divorceget a divorce; formally terminate a marriage.; "The couple divorced after only 6 months"
~ secede, splinter, break awaywithdraw from an organization or communion.; "After the break up of the Soviet Union, many republics broke away"
~ break away, breakinterrupt a continued activity.; "She had broken with the traditional patterns"
v. (motion)11. part, separate, splitgo one's own way; move apart.; "The friends separated after the party"
~ movemove so as to change position, perform a nontranslational motion.; "He moved his hand slightly to the right"
~ dissipate, scatter, disperse, spread outmove away from each other.; "The crowds dispersed"; "The children scattered in all directions when the teacher approached"
~ break upcome apart.; "the group broke up"
~ diffractundergo diffraction.; "laser light diffracts electrons"
v. (change)12. break, come apart, fall apart, separate, split upbecome separated into pieces or fragments.; "The figurine broke"; "The freshly baked loaf fell apart"
~ change integritychange in physical make-up.
~ burst, break open, splitcome open suddenly and violently, as if from internal pressure.; "The bubble burst"
~ puncturebe pierced or punctured.; "The tire punctured"
~ bust, burstbreak open or apart suddenly and forcefully.; "The dam burst"
~ smashbreak suddenly into pieces, as from a violent blow.; "The window smashed"
~ ladder, runcome unraveled or undone as if by snagging.; "Her nylons were running"
~ breakdestroy the integrity of; usually by force; cause to separate into pieces or fragments.; "He broke the glass plate"; "She broke the match"
~ snap, crackbreak suddenly and abruptly, as under tension.; "The pipe snapped"
~ fragment, fragmentise, fragmentize, break upbreak or cause to break into pieces.; "The plate fragmented"
~ crushbecome injured, broken, or distorted by pressure.; "The plastic bottle crushed against the wall"
v. (social)13. discriminate, separate, single outtreat differently on the basis of sex or race.
~ isolate, insulateplace or set apart.; "They isolated the political prisoners from the other inmates"
~ differentiate, distinguish, secern, secernate, severalise, severalize, tell apart, separate, tellmark as different.; "We distinguish several kinds of maple"
~ hive offremove from a group and make separate.; "The unit was hived off from its parent company"
~ segregateseparate by race or religion; practice a policy of racial segregation.; "This neighborhood is segregated"; "We don't segregate in this county"
~ redlinediscriminate in selling or renting housing in certain areas of a neighborhood.
~ disadvantage, disfavor, disfavourput at a disadvantage; hinder, harm.; "This rule clearly disadvantages me"
v. (contact)14. divide, part, separatecome apart.; "The two pieces that we had glued separated"
~ changeundergo a change; become different in essence; losing one's or its original nature.; "She changed completely as she grew older"; "The weather changed last night"
~ subdivideform into subdivisions.; "The cells subdivided"
~ polarise, polarizebecome polarized in a conflict or contrasting situation.
~ calve, break uprelease ice.; "The icebergs and glaciers calve"
~ chip, chip off, break away, break off, come offbreak off (a piece from a whole).; "Her tooth chipped"
~ disjoin, disjointbecome separated, disconnected or disjoint.
~ come away, come off, detachcome to be detached.; "His retina detached and he had to be rushed into surgery"
~ segregatedivide from the main body or mass and collect.; "Many towns segregated into new counties"; "Experiments show clearly that genes segregate"
~ segmentdivide or split up.; "The cells segmented"
~ reduceundergo meiosis.; "The cells reduce"
~ section, segmentdivide into segments.; "segment an orange"; "segment a compound word"
~ partition, partition offdivide into parts, pieces, or sections.; "The Arab peninsula was partitioned by the British"
~ discerp, dismember, take apartdivide into pieces.; "our department was dismembered when our funding dried up"; "The Empire was discerped after the war"
~ gerrymanderdivide unfairly and to one's advantage; of voting districts.
v. (change)15. branch, fork, furcate, ramify, separatedivide into two or more branches so as to form a fork.; "The road forks"
~ branch, ramifygrow and send out branches or branch-like structures.; "these plants ramify early and get to be very large"
~ arborise, arborizebranch out like trees.; "nerve fibers arborize"
~ twigbranch out in a twiglike manner.; "The lightning bolt twigged in several directions"
~ bifurcatedivide into two branches.; "The road bifurcated"
~ trifurcatedivide into three.; "The road trifurcates at the bridge"
~ divergemove or draw apart.; "The two paths diverge here"
adj. 16. separateindependent; not united or joint.; "a problem consisting of two separate issues"; "they went their separate ways"; "formed a separate church"
~ individual, singlebeing or characteristic of a single thing or person.; "individual drops of rain"; "please mark the individual pages"; "they went their individual ways"
~ independentfree from external control and constraint.; "an independent mind"; "a series of independent judgments"; "fiercely independent individualism"
~ segregated, unintegratedseparated or isolated from others or a main group.; "a segregated school system"; "a segregated neighborhood"
~ othernot the same one or ones already mentioned or implied.; "today isn't any other day"; "the construction of highways and other public works"; "he asked for other employment"; "any other person would tell the truth"; "his other books are still in storage"; "then we looked at the other house"; "hearing was good in his other ear"; "the other sex"; "she lived on the other side of the street from me"; "went in the other direction"
~ aparthaving characteristics not shared by others.; "scientists felt they were a group apart"
~ asunderwidely separated especially in space.; "as wide asunder as pole from pole"
~ separated, set-apart, detached, isolatedbeing or feeling set or kept apart from others.; "she felt detached from the group"; "could not remain the isolated figure he had been"; "thought of herself as alone and separated from the others"; "had a set-apart feeling"
~ discrete, distinctconstituting a separate entity or part.; "a government with three discrete divisions"; "on two distinct occasions"
~ disjointhaving no elements in common.
~ disjunct, isolatedmarked by separation of or from usually contiguous elements.; "little isolated worlds, as abruptly disjunct and unexpected as a palm-shaded well in the Sahara"
~ isolablecapable of being isolated or disjoined.
~ unaccompanied(of a state or an event) taking place without something specified occurring at the same time.; "a headache unaccompanied by other symptoms"
~ unsharednot shared.
~ dividedseparated into parts or pieces.; "opinions are divided"
adj. 17. freestanding, separatestanding apart; not attached to or supported by anything.; "a freestanding bell tower"; "a house with a separate garage"
~ detachedused of buildings; standing apart from others.; "detached houses"; "a detached garage"
adj. 18. separateseparated according to race, sex, class, or religion.; "separate but equal"; "girls and boys in separate classes"
~ segregated, unintegratedseparated or isolated from others or a main group.; "a segregated school system"; "a segregated neighborhood"
adj. 19. disjoined, separatehave the connection undone; having become separate.
~ unconnectednot joined or linked together.