English

Detailed Synonyms for parted in English

parted:

parted adj

  1. parted
  2. parted
    – having a margin incised almost to the base so as to create distinct divisions or lobes 1
    parted
    – having a margin incised almost to the base so as to create distinct divisions or lobes 1

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Related Definitions for "parted":

  1. having a margin incised almost to the base so as to create distinct divisions or lobes1

parted form of part:

part [the ~] noun

  1. the part
    the elementary component; the part; the element; the section; the segment; the ingredient; the parliamentary party; the share; the fundamental ingredient; the portion; the principle ingredient
  2. the part
    the piece; the part; the section; the segment; the portion
  3. the part
    the segment; the part; the share; the section; the piece; the portion; the board
  4. the part
    the part; the small part
  5. the part
    the segment; the section; the part; the portion
  6. the part
    the portion; the share; the part
  7. the part
    – the actions and activities assigned to or required or expected of a person or group 1
    the part; the office; the role; the function
    – the actions and activities assigned to or required or expected of a person or group 1
    • part [the ~] noun
      • the government must do its part1
    • office [the ~] noun
    • role [the ~] noun
      • play its role1
    • function [the ~] noun
      • the function of a teacher1
  8. the part
    – the part played by a person in bringing about a result 1
    the share; the contribution; the part
    – the part played by a person in bringing about a result 1
    • share [the ~] noun
      • they all did their share of the work1
    • contribution [the ~] noun
      • I am proud of my contribution in advancing the project1
    • part [the ~] noun
  9. the part
    – something less than the whole of a human artifact 1
    the part; the portion
    – something less than the whole of a human artifact 1
    • part [the ~] noun
      • the rear part of the house1
      • glue the two parts together1
    • portion [the ~] noun
  10. the part
    – a line of scalp that can be seen when sections of hair are combed in opposite directions 1
    the part; the parting
    – a line of scalp that can be seen when sections of hair are combed in opposite directions 1
    • part [the ~] noun
      • his part was right in the middle1
    • parting [the ~] noun
  11. the part
    – that which concerns a person with regard to a particular role or situation 1
    the part
    – that which concerns a person with regard to a particular role or situation 1
    • part [the ~] noun
      • it requires vigilance on our part1
      • they resisted every effort on his part1
  12. the part
    – one of the portions into which something is regarded as divided and which together constitute a whole 1
    the division; the part; the section
    – one of the portions into which something is regarded as divided and which together constitute a whole 1
    • division [the ~] noun
      • the BBC's engineering division1
    • part [the ~] noun
      • the written part of the exam1
    • section [the ~] noun
      • the finance section of the company1
  13. the part
    – an actor's portrayal of someone in a play 1
    the part; the role; the character; the persona; the theatrical role
    – an actor's portrayal of someone in a play 1
  14. the part
    – the melody carried by a particular voice or instrument in polyphonic music 1
    the part; the voice
    – the melody carried by a particular voice or instrument in polyphonic music 1
    • part [the ~] noun
      • he tried to sing the tenor part1
    • voice [the ~] noun
  15. the part
    – the extended spatial location of something 1
    the part; the region
    – the extended spatial location of something 1
    • part [the ~] noun
      • religions in all parts of the world1
    • region [the ~] noun
      • the farming regions of France1
      • regions of outer space1
  16. the part
    – a portion of a natural object 1
    the part; the piece
    – a portion of a natural object 1
    • part [the ~] noun
      • they analyzed the river into three parts1
    • piece [the ~] noun
      • he needed a piece of granite1
  17. the part
    – assets belonging to or due to or contributed by an individual person or group 1
    the share; the part; the portion; the percentage
    – assets belonging to or due to or contributed by an individual person or group 1
  18. the part
    – something determined in relation to something that includes it 1
    the part; the constituent; the portion; the component; the component part
    – something determined in relation to something that includes it 1
    • part [the ~] noun
      • he wanted to feel a part of something bigger than himself1
    • constituent [the ~] noun
      • the animal constituent of plankton1
    • portion [the ~] noun
      • I read a portion of the manuscript1
    • component [the ~] noun
      • the smaller component is hard to reach1
    • component part [the ~] noun
  19. the part
    – An element in a control template that has special, possibly mandatory, significance and semantics in the functioning of the control. For example, a template for a ScrollBar control should supply a Thumb part for the ScrollBar to function correctly, but it need not provide a small decrease or a small increase button. 2
    the part; the control part
    – An element in a control template that has special, possibly mandatory, significance and semantics in the functioning of the control. For example, a template for a ScrollBar control should supply a Thumb part for the ScrollBar to function correctly, but it need not provide a small decrease or a small increase button. 2

to part verb (parts, parted, parting)

  1. to part
    to divide; to divorce; to separate; to cleave; to sever; to part; to crack
    • divide verb (divides, divided, dividing)
    • divorce verb (divorces, divorced, divorcing)
    • separate verb (separates, separated, separating)
    • cleave verb (cleaves, cleft, cleaving)
    • sever verb (severs, severed, severing)
    • part verb (parts, parted, parting)
    • crack verb (cracks, cracked, cracking)
    to split
    – discontinue an association or relation; go different ways 1
    • split verb (splits, split, splitting)
  2. to part
    to separate; to break up; to go separate ways; to part
    • separate verb (separates, separated, separating)
    • break up verb (breaks up, broke up, breaking up)
    • go separate ways verb (goes separate ways, went separate ways, going separate ways)
    • part verb (parts, parted, parting)
    to split up
    – discontinue an association or relation; go different ways 1
    • split up verb (splits up, split up, splitting up)
      • My friend and I split up1
  3. to part
    – force, take, or pull apart 1
    to divide; to separate; to part; disunite
    – force, take, or pull apart 1
    • divide verb (divides, divided, dividing)
    • separate verb (separates, separated, separating)
      • He separated the fighting children1
    • part verb (parts, parted, parting)
      • Moses parted the Red Sea1
    • disunite verb
  4. to part
    – come apart 1
    to divide; to separate; to part
    – come apart 1
    • divide verb (divides, divided, dividing)
    • separate verb (separates, separated, separating)
      • The two pieces that we had glued separated1
    • part verb (parts, parted, parting)
  5. to part
    – leave 1
    to part; to start; to take off; to depart; to set out; to set forth; set off; start out
    – leave 1
    • part verb (parts, parted, parting)
    • start verb (starts, started, starting)
    • take off verb (takes off, took off, taking off)
    • depart verb (departs, departed, departing)
    • set out verb (sets out, set out, setting out)
    • set forth verb (sets forth, set forth, setting forth)
    • set off verb
    • start out verb
  6. to part
    – go one's own way; move apart 1
    to separate; to part; to split
    – go one's own way; move apart 1
    • separate verb (separates, separated, separating)
      • The friends separated after the party1
    • part verb (parts, parted, parting)
      • The friends separated after the party1
    • split verb (splits, split, splitting)
  7. to part
    – discontinue an association or relation; go different ways 1
    to separate; to part; to break; to split; to break up; to split up
    – discontinue an association or relation; go different ways 1
    • separate verb (separates, separated, separating)
      • The couple separated after 25 years of marriage1
    • part verb (parts, parted, parting)
      • The business partners broke over a tax question1
    • break verb (breaks, broke, breaking)
      • The business partners broke over a tax question1
    • split verb (splits, split, splitting)
    • break up verb (breaks up, broke up, breaking up)
    • split up verb (splits up, split up, splitting up)
      • My friend and I split up1

Conjugations for part:

present
  1. part
  2. part
  3. parts
  4. part
  5. part
  6. part
simple past
  1. parted
  2. parted
  3. parted
  4. parted
  5. parted
  6. parted
present perfect
  1. have parted
  2. have parted
  3. has parted
  4. have parted
  5. have parted
  6. have parted
past continuous
  1. was parting
  2. were parting
  3. was parting
  4. were parting
  5. were parting
  6. were parting
future
  1. shall part
  2. will part
  3. will part
  4. shall part
  5. will part
  6. will part
continuous present
  1. am parting
  2. are parting
  3. is parting
  4. are parting
  5. are parting
  6. are parting
subjunctive
  1. be parted
  2. be parted
  3. be parted
  4. be parted
  5. be parted
  6. be parted
diverse
  1. part!
  2. let's part!
  3. parted
  4. parting
1. I, 2. you, 3. he/she/it, 4. we, 5. you, 6. they

part

  1. part

part adv

  1. part
    – in part; in some degree; not wholly 1
    part; partially; partly
    – in part; in some degree; not wholly 1

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Related Definitions for "part":

  1. in part; in some degree; not wholly1
  2. the actions and activities assigned to or required or expected of a person or group1
    • the government must do its part1
  3. the part played by a person in bringing about a result1
  4. something less than the whole of a human artifact1
    • the rear part of the house1
    • glue the two parts together1
  5. a line of scalp that can be seen when sections of hair are combed in opposite directions1
    • his part was right in the middle1
  6. that which concerns a person with regard to a particular role or situation1
    • it requires vigilance on our part1
    • they resisted every effort on his part1
  7. one of the portions into which something is regarded as divided and which together constitute a whole1
    • the written part of the exam1
  8. an actor's portrayal of someone in a play1
    • she played the part of Desdemona1
  9. the melody carried by a particular voice or instrument in polyphonic music1
    • he tried to sing the tenor part1
  10. the extended spatial location of something1
    • religions in all parts of the world1
  11. a portion of a natural object1
    • they analyzed the river into three parts1
  12. assets belonging to or due to or contributed by an individual person or group1
  13. something determined in relation to something that includes it1
    • he wanted to feel a part of something bigger than himself1
  14. force, take, or pull apart1
    • Moses parted the Red Sea1
  15. come apart1
  16. leave1
  17. go one's own way; move apart1
    • The friends separated after the party1
  18. discontinue an association or relation; go different ways1
    • The business partners broke over a tax question1
  19. An element in a control template that has special, possibly mandatory, significance and semantics in the functioning of the control. For example, a template for a ScrollBar control should supply a Thumb part for the ScrollBar to function correctly, but it need not provide a small decrease or a small increase button.2

Related Synonyms for parted