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art, paart, par, parrt, partt, ppart

Part — synonyms, definition

1. part (a) N. Amer

6 synonyms
apparently quasi seeming semi sort of supposedly

2. part (Noun) N. Amer

117 synonyms
allotment allowance appendage apportionment arm article aspect assemblage behalf benefit bit brace branch business chapter character charge column commission compartment • • •
12 definitions

part (Noun) — Something determined in relation to something that includes it. ex. "he wanted to feel a part of something bigger than himself"

part (Noun) — Something less than the whole of a human artifact. ex. "glue the two parts together" ex. "the rear part of the house"

part (Noun) — A portion of a natural object. ex. "they analysed the river into three parts"

part (Noun) — That which concerns a person with regard to a particular role or situation. ex. "it requires vigilance on our part" ex. "they resisted every effort on his part"

part (Noun) — The extended spatial location of something. ex. "religions in all parts of the world"

part (Noun) — The actions and activities assigned to or required or expected of a person or group. ex. "the government must do its part"

part (Noun) — An actor's portrayal of someone in a play. ex. "she played the part of Desdemona"

part (Noun) — Assets belonging to or due to or contributed by an individual person or group. ex. "he wanted his part in cash"

part (Noun) — One of the portions into which something is regarded as divided and which together constitute a whole. ex. "the written part of the exam"

part (Noun) — A line of scalp that can be seen when sections of hair are combed in opposite directions.

part (Noun) — The melody carried by a particular voice or instrument in polyphonic music. ex. "he tried to sing the tenor part"

part (Noun) — The part played by a person in bringing about a result. ex. "I am proud of my part in advancing the project"

28 types of
air article assets attempt characterization concept conception concern construct duty effort enactment endeavor endeavour line location melodic line melodic phrase melody object • • •
203 types
Achaea Appleton layer Cynoscephalae D region D-layer Doris E layer E region Edgeworth-Kuiper belt F layer F region Heaviside layer Kennelly-Heaviside layer Kuiper belt Maria North Atlantic North Pacific Papua Radius Shangri-la • • •
13 parts of
building block earnings hair lucre meronymy net net income net profit part to whole relation profit profits unit whole

3. part (Verb) N. Amer

58 synonyms
absent allot apportion break break up categorise categorize cease classify cleave crack cut off deal out depart detach die disappear disconnect disjoin dispose • • •
5 definitions

part (Verb) — Go one's own way; move apart. ex. "The friends parted after the party"

part (Verb) — Discontinue an association or relation; go different ways. ex. "The couple parted after 25 years of marriage"

part (Verb) — Head for somewhere else. ex. "The family parted for Florida"

part (Verb) — Come apart. ex. "The two pieces that we had glued parted"

part (Verb) — Force, take, or pull apart. ex. "Moses parted the Red Sea"

6 types of
change displace go away go forth leave move
69 types
blaze blaze out break break apart break away break off break up break with bust calve chip chip off come away come off compartmentalise compartmentalize cut cut up detach diffract • • •
1 see also
part with

4. part (Adverb) N. Amer

2 synonyms
partially partly
1 definition

part (Adverb) — In part; in some degree; not wholly. ex. "He was part paralysed"