severing / ˈsɛv ər /


severing2 个定义

v. 有主动词 verb
  1. to separate from the whole, as by cutting or the like.
  2. to divide into parts, especially forcibly; cleave.
  3. to break off or dissolve.
v. 无主动词 verb
  1. to become separated from each other; become divided into parts.

severing 近义词

v. 动词 verb

cut apart

v. 动词 verb



  1. They also need to consider severing the bond between audience data and owned inventory.
  2. The National Zoo said Thursday that after 63 years it is severing its relationship with its longtime nonprofit partner, Friends of the National Zoo.
  3. If Google withdraws search, it may, at least initially, sever ties between many businesses and their audiences.
  4. The decision to sever ties was made after health officials became aware that the group had switched to for-profit status, Farley said Tuesday.
  5. The device, made with a severed piece of a Venus flytrap, can grasp tiny, delicate objects, researchers report January 25 in Nature Electronics.
  6. But the decision now to sever economic ties with the eastern regions was a surprise—and a gamble.
  7. They [the regime] try to sever connections between those living outside and those based inside Iran.
  8. It is unlikely that this ‘revolution’ in Kiev will sever a centuries-old bond.
  9. A large coalition of Palestinian civil society groups is now calling on Oxfam to sever ties with her “immediately.”
  10. She must immediately sever any relationship with the Scouts, the letter said.
  11. The ax was to sever the head from the lifeless body, and all the headless trunks were to be interred together.
  12. There was no mystery about the tragic occurrence except that it seemed to sever an old friendship that once was firm as a rock.
  13. Take the scalpel and sever the spinal column without cutting the larynx.
  14. His conduct entangled the skeins of Spanish intrigue into a knot which only war could sever.
  15. On the morning of the twentieth the Emperor himself, with Lannes and Wrede, set out to sever the enemy's line.