To disunite; to divide; to disconnect; to sever; to part in any manner.
- To set or keep apart; disunite.
- To space apart; scatter: small farms that were separated one from another by miles of open land.
- To sort: separate mail by postal zones.
- To differentiate or discriminate between; distinguish: a researcher who separated the various ethnic components of the population sample.
- To remove from a mixture or combination; isolate.
- To part (a couple), often by decree: She was separated from her husband last year.
- To terminate a contractual relationship, as military service, with; discharge.
- To come apart.
- To withdraw: The state threatened to separate from the Union.
- To part company; disperse.
- To stop living together as spouses.
- To become divided into components or parts: Oil and water tend to separate.
- Set or kept apart; disunited: Libraries often have a separate section for reference books.
- Existing as an independent entity.
- Having undergone schism or estrangement from a parent body: Separate churches.
- Dissimilar from all others; distinct: "a policeman's way of being separate from you even when he was being nice” ( John le Carré).
- Not shared; individual: two people who held separate views on the issue.
- Archaic Withdrawn from others; solitary.
- A garment, such as a skirt, jacket, or pair of slacks, that may be purchased separately and worn in various combinations with other garments.
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ഭിന്നത - Bhinnatha ;വിരഹം - Viraham ;വിടർത്തുക - Vidarththuka | Vidarthuka ;വേറെയാക്കപ്പെട്ട - Vereyaakkappetta | Vereyakkappetta ;വിടുവിക്കുക - Viduvikkuka ;വിഭജനം - Vibhajanam ;