separateness / verb ˈsɛp əˌreɪt; adjective, noun ˈsɛp ər ɪt /


separateness4 个定义

v. 有主动词 verb

sep·a·rat·ed, sep·a·rat·ing.

  1. to keep apart or divide, as by an intervening barrier or space: to separate two fields by a fence.
  2. to put, bring, or force apart; part: to separate two fighting boys.
  3. to set apart; disconnect; dissociate: to separate church and state.
v. 无主动词 verb

sep·a·rat·ed, sep·a·rat·ing.

  1. to part company; withdraw from personal association: to separate from a church.
  2. to stop living together but without getting a divorce.
  3. to draw or come apart; become divided, disconnected, or detached.
adj. 形容词 adjective
  1. detached, disconnected, or disjoined.
  2. unconnected; distinct; unique: two separate questions.
  3. being or standing apart; distant or dispersed: two separate houses; The desert has widely separate oases.
n. 名词 noun
  1. Usually separates. women's outer garments that may be worn in combination with a variety of others to make different ensembles, as matching and contrasting blouses, skirts, and sweaters.
  2. offprint.
  3. a bibliographical unit, as an article, chapter, or other portion of a larger work, printed from the same type but issued separately, sometimes with additional pages.

separateness 近义词

n. 名词 noun



  1. If you’re editing a photo shot in portrait mode, there’s also a Color Pop option—it uses depth information to separate the foreground from the background, saturating the former while desaturating the latter.
  2. A separate group of researchers at Harvard also developed a mathematical model on Covid-19 transmission risk on airplanes, based on what’s known about ventilation systems.
  3. After all of the secrecy envelopes have been separated from their mail-in counterparts, they are opened en masse to protect voters’ right to privacy.
  4. When the two streams met, they separated into filaments of current, just as expected, producing magnetic fields of 30 tesla, about 20 times the strength of the magnetic fields in many MRI machines.
  5. Each of us is now settled down in our separate corners of America, but the belief we share in our nation binds us forever.
  6. Placing an undue emphasis on our ‘separateness’ is a step backward.
  7. I understood why she had kept such hold upon me through years of separateness.
  8. The purpose of the writer is to teach the entire separateness of Christs atonement.
  9. Both are inconsistent with the perfect separateness of Christs atonement.
  10. The former typified our participation in Christs death, the latter the separateness of Christs death.
  11. Either mood was unpleasing to him; it contained tacit reproach for his separateness.