Another word for separate

Noun

offprint, reprint, separate - a separately printed article that originally appeared in a larger publication

separate - a garment that can be purchased separately and worn in combinations with other garments

Verb

discriminate, separate, single out - treat differently on the basis of sex or race

carve up, dissever, divide, separate, split, split up - separate into parts or portions

Example:- divide the cake into three equal parts

differentiate, distinguish, secern, secernate, separate, severalise, severalize, tell, tell apart - mark as different

Example:- We distinguish several kinds of maple

divide, separate - make a division or separation

part, separate, split - go one's own way; move apart

Example:- The friends separated after the party

disunite, divide, part, separate - force, take, or pull apart

Example:- He separated the fighting children

branch, fork, furcate, ramify, separate - divide into two or more branches so as to form a fork

Example:- The road forks

separate - divide into components or constituents

Example:- Separate the wheat from the chaff

break, break up, part, separate, split, split up - discontinue an association or relation; go different ways

Example:- The business partners broke over a tax question

divide, part, separate - come apart

Example:- The two pieces that we had glued separated

break, come apart, fall apart, separate, split up - become separated into pieces or fragments

Example:- The figurine broke

assort, class, classify, separate, sort, sort out - arrange or order by classes or categories

Example:- How would you classify these pottery shards--are they prehistoric?

divide, separate - act as a barrier between; stand between

Example:- The mountain range divides the two countries

Adjective

separate - independent; not united or joint

Example:- a problem consisting of two separate issues

freestanding, separate - standing apart; not attached to or supported by anything

Example:- a freestanding bell tower

separate - separated according to race, sex, class, or religion

Example:- separate but equal

disjoined, separate - have the connection undone; having become separate

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Source : WordNet