separate 是什么意思

separate的中文意思是: 分离

separate例句大全

  1. They were separate people with separate destinies.

    他们是一群互不相干的人,各有各的命运。

  2. Use separate cloths or sponges for separate tasks ; where practicable use disposable cloths.

    用不同的布和海绵要同于不同的任务;

  3. You're supposed to separate out your recyclables and put them in a separate bin.

    你应该把可以回收的废物分开,放到不同的垃圾箱。

  4. Separate chemical elements and separate chemically de-fined compounds, whether or not containing impurities

    单独的化学元素及单独的已有化学定义的化合物,不论是否含有杂质;

  5. There is no separate cost involved for procuring separate software and hardware for this suite .

    获取此套件的单独软件或硬件不涉及单独成本。

  6. For example, some companies separate test automation, performance testing, and security testing into

    例如,一些公司会将测试自动化,性能测试以及安全性测试分成独立的几个部分。

  7. A specialized institution may apply for a separate financial license and a separate business license.

    此类机构可申请单独颁发金融许可证和营业执照。

  8. Separate or apportion into sections.

    分开或者分配成部分。

  9. They've informally agreed to separate.

    他们非正式地同意分手。

  10. I want a separate room.

    我想拥有一个单独的房间。

  11. It's a whole separate dwelling!

    那是个完全独立的住处。

  12. Let's separate into smaller groups

    我们分成几个小组吧。

  13. He want ed a separate room.

    他想要一个单独的房间。

  14. Constituting a separate entity or part.

    组成单独的实体或部分。

  15. They want a separate Basque state.

    他们想要一个独立的巴斯克国。

  16. He must have a separate room.

    他要有一个单间。

  17. Applying separate management and separate account books to different fund properties it manages to make

    对所管理的不同基金财产分别管理、分别记账,进行证券投资;

  18. Vasoconstriction and vasodilatation are separate mechanisms .

    血管的收缩和扩张分别具有不同的机理。

  19. This triggers a whole separate process.

    这会触发完整的分离过程。

  20. One can't separate politics from economics .

    不能把政治与经济割裂开来。

  21. Separate striker and spacer from vehicle.

    从车辆上拆下扣击板和垫片。

  22. They separate us from the beasts.

    它们让我们和其他动物区分开来。

  23. No one could separate the lovers.

    谁也无法拆散这对恋人。

  24. Separate the whites from the yolks.

    将蛋清和蛋黄分开。

  25. The separate numbers add up to472.

    这一个个的数字加起来,总计为472。

  26. Separate into isolated compartments or categories.

    分成孤立的部分或种类。

  27. Two play solitaire with separate packs.

    两个人用一副牌玩单人纸牌。

  28. Separate the egg whites from yolks.

    蛋黄和蛋白分开。

  29. Oil and water always separate out.

    油和水总是分开的。

  30. No, I'm getting three separate heartbeats.

    不,我发现了三个不同的心跳。

  31. Separate crossroads design for Liming Station

    黎明站分离立交桥设计

  32. electrophoresis to separate antigens and antibodies.

    将抗原和抗体分离的电泳。

  33. He lives separate from his family.

    他和家人分开住。

  34. I've tried dialing three separate times.

    我在不同的时间拨了三次号。

  35. Separate specifier names with a space.

    用空格分开修饰符名。

  36. You're supposed to separate out your recyclables and put them in a separate bin.

    你不回收垃圾吗?你应该把可以回收的废物分开,放到一个单独的垃圾箱。

  37. under separate entity concept, for accounting purposes, all forms of business Organization are conceived

    从会计角度看,不论哪一种组织形式,企业都被假定为一个独立的主体,应同业主截然分开。

  38. Then we went to separate high schools.

    而后我们进入了不同的高中。

  39. Traditions of origin form a separate class.

    关于起源的传说形成了单独一个门类。

  40. Keep the boys separate from the girls.

    让男孩和女孩子分开。

separate中英翻译结果
出自:柯林斯词典

1
分开的;单独的;独立的
If one thing is separate from another, there is a barrier, space, or division between them, so that they are clearly two things.
  1. Each villa has a separate sitting-room...

    每栋别墅都有一间独立的起居室。

  2. They are now making plans to form their own separate party...

    他们如今正计划组建自己的独立政党。

  3. Business bank accounts were kept separate from personal ones.

    银行的商业账户和个人账户是分开管理的。

2
不同的;各别的
If you refer to separate things, you mean several different things, rather than just one thing.
  1. Use separate chopping boards for raw meats, cooked meats, vegetables and salads...

    切生肉、熟肉、蔬菜和拌色拉的青菜时要使用不同的切菜板。

  2. Men and women have separate exercise rooms...

    男女有各自的健身房。

  3. The authorities say six civilians have been killed in two separate attacks.

    当局声称在两次不相关的袭击中已有 6 名平民丧生。

3
(使)分开;(使)分离;分割;划分
If you separate people or things that are together, or if they separate, they move apart.
  1. Police moved in to separate the two groups...

    警方介入进来,将两拨人分开。

  2. The pans were held in both hands and swirled around to separate gold particles from the dirt...

    双手握住淘选盘不停旋动将沙金和尘土分开。

  3. The front end of the car separated from the rest of the vehicle...

    汽车的前端和车身分开了。

  4. They separated. Stephen returned to the square...

    他们分开了。斯蒂芬返回了广场。

  5. They're separated from the adult inmates.

    他们同成年犯分开关押。

4
(使)分离;(使)分裂;(使)分开
If you separate people or things that have been connected, or if one separates from another, the connection between them is ended.
  1. They want to separate teaching from research...

    他们想把教学和研究分开。

  2. It's very possible that we may see a movement to separate the two parts of the country...

    很可能我们会目睹一场分裂该国这两个地区的运动。

  3. He announced a new ministry to deal with Quebec's threat to separate from Canada.

    他宣布成立一个新部门,专门处理魁北克威胁要从加拿大分裂出去一事。

5
分居
If a couple who are married or living together separate, they decide to live apart.
  1. Her parents separated when she was very young...

    她很小的时候父母就分居了。

  2. Since I separated from my husband I have gone a long way.

    自从我和我丈夫分开后,我的生活发生了很大的变化。

6
隔开;阻隔;使分开
An object, obstacle, distance, or period of time which separates two people, groups, or things exists between them.
  1. ...the white-railed fence that separated the yard from the paddock...

    将院子和小围场隔开的白色围栏

  2. They had undoubtedly made progress in the six years that separated the two periods...

    毫无疑问,他们在这两个时期相隔的 6 年间取得了进展。

  3. Rural communities are widely separated and often small...

    乡村村落彼此离得很远,而且通常规模很小。

  4. But a group of six women and 23 children got separated from the others.

    但是有一群人和其他人走散了,其中有 6 名妇人和23 个孩子。

7
分辨;区分;区别
If you separate one idea or fact from another, you clearly see or show the difference between them.
  1. It is difficult to separate legend from truth...

    很难将传说和事实区别开来。

  2. ...learning how to separate real problems from imaginary illnesses...

    学习如何分辨真实的和想象出的疾病

  3. It is difficult to separate the two aims.

    很难将这两个目标区分开来。

8
使得以区分;使获得区别
A quality or factor that separates one thing from another is the reason why the two things are different from each other.
  1. The single most important factor that separates ordinary photographs from good photographs is the lighting...

    区分普通照片和出色照片的一个至关重要的因素就是光线。

  2. What separates terrorism from other acts of violence?

    恐怖主义和其他暴力行为的区别是什么?

9
(两个参赛队或竞争者比分)相隔,相差
If a particular number of points separate two teams or competitors, one of them is winning or has won by that number of points.
  1. In the end only three points separated the two teams.

    最终两队只相差 3 分。

10
分割;划分;拆散
If you separate a group of people or things into smaller elements, or if a group separates, it is divided into smaller elements.
  1. The police wanted to separate them into smaller groups...

    警察想把他们拆散成几小股。

  2. Wallerstein's work can be separated into three main component themes...

    沃勒斯坦的作品可以细分成3个主要的主题。

  3. Let's separate into smaller groups...

    我们分成几个小组吧。

  4. So all the colours that make up white light are sent in different directions and they separate.

    这样构成白色光的所有颜色被投射到不同方向,从而分离开来。

11
(非覆盖全身的)单件衣服
Separates are clothes such as skirts, trousers, and shirts which cover just the top half or the bottom half of your body.
12
分道扬镳;分手;分路而行
When two or more people who have been together for some time go their separate ways, they go to different places or end their relationship.
  1. Sue and her husband decided to go their separate ways.

    苏和丈夫决定离婚。

separate用法示例
出自:牛津词典

1
单独的;独立的;分开的
forming a unit by itself; not joined to sth else
2
独立卧室
separate bedrooms
3
生肉和熟肉必须分开存放。
Raw meat must be kept separate from cooked meat.
4
学校设在两栋独立的楼房内。
The school is housed in two separate buildings.
5
不同的;不相关的
different; not connected
6
这事在三个不同的场合发生过。
It happened on three separate occasions.
7
三年来,他们完全是各过各的生活。
For the past three years they have been leading totally separate lives.
8
日本那种由来已久的自成一体、孑然独立的意识
Japan's long-standing sense of separateness and uniqueness
9
断绝往来;分道扬镳
to end a relationship with sb
10
分路而行;分手
to go in a different direction from sb you have been travelling with
11
另函
in a separate envelope
12
现另函寄上所要资料。
The information you requested is being forwarded to you under separate cover.
13
(使)分开,分离;分割;划分
to divide into different parts or groups; to divide things into different parts or groups
14
不停地搅动沙司,免得出现分层。
Stir the sauce constantly so that it does not separate.
15
信仰和感情是分不开的。
It is impossible to separate belief from emotion.
16
把蛋黄和蛋清分开。
Separate the eggs (= separate the yolk from the white) .
17
列出各点,把它们分成“可取的”和“绝对必要的”两类。
Make a list of points and separate them into ‘desirable’ and ‘essential’.
18
(使)分离,分散
to move apart; to make people or things move apart
19
我们分成几个搜索小组。
We separated into several different search parties.
20
2亿年前南美洲和非洲分离。
South America separated from Africa 200 million years ago.
21
南美洲和非洲于2亿年前分离。
South America and Africa separated 200 million years ago.
22
警察力图把两个打架的人分开。
Police tried to separate the two men who were fighting.
23
这场战争使许多家庭离散。
The war separated many families.
24
传染病患者同其他病人隔离开来。
Those suffering from infectious diseases were separated from the other patients.
25
隔开;阻隔
to be between two people, areas, countries, etc. so that they are not touching or connected
26
两座城市相隔一千公里。
A thousand kilometres separates the two cities.
27
我们的后院和运动场之间隔着一堵高墙。
A high wall separated our back yard from the playing field.
28
分居
to stop living together as a couple with your husband, wife or partner
29
他和妻子在结婚20年后分居了。
He separated from his wife after 20 years of marriage.
30
他们于去年分居了。
They separated last year.
31
区分;区别
to make sb/sth different in some way from sb/sth else
32
我们之间唯一的分歧是政治观点。
Politics is the only thing that separates us (= that we disagree about) .
33
裁判无法把两位参赛者分出高下。
The judges found it impossible to separate the two contestants (= they gave them equal scores) .
34
领先的三队只相差四分。
Only four points separate the top three teams.
35
区分能手与常人;分清智者和庸人
to distinguish people who are good at sth, intelligent, etc. from those who are not
36
识别优劣;分清好坏;去芜存菁
to distinguish useful or valuable people or things from ones that are not useful or have no value
37
使某物分开;划分
to divide into different parts; to divide sth into different parts
38
区分出不同的意思
to separate out different meanings
separate英语释义
出自:WordNet

1
a garment that can be purchased separately and worn in combinations with other garments
2
a separately printed article that originally appeared in a larger publication

近义词: offprint,reprint

3
divide into two or more branches so as to form a fork
例子:
  1. The road forks

近义词: branch,ramify,fork,furcate

4
become separated into pieces or fragments
例子:
  1. The figurine broke
  2. The freshly baked loaf fell apart

近义词: break,split up,fall apart,come apart

5
mark as different
例子:
  1. We distinguish several kinds of maple

近义词: distinguish,differentiate,secern,secernate,severalize,severalise,tell,tell apart

6
arrange or order by classes or categories
例子:
  1. How would you classify these pottery shards--are they prehistoric?

近义词: classify,class,sort,assort,sort out

7
divide into components or constituents
例子:
  1. Separate the wheat from the chaff
8
force, take, or pull apart
例子:
  1. He separated the fighting children
  2. Moses parted the Red Sea

近义词: disunite,divide,part

9
come apart
例子:
  1. The two pieces that we had glued separated

近义词: divide,part

10
go one's own way;move apart
例子:
  1. The friends separated after the party

近义词: part,split

11
make a division or separation

近义词: divide

12
discontinue an association or relation;go different ways
例子:
  1. The business partners broke over a tax question
  2. The couple separated after 25 years of marriage
  3. My friend and I split up

近义词: part,split up,split,break,break up

13
separate into parts or portions
例子:
  1. divide the cake into three equal parts
  2. The British carved up the Ottoman Empire after World War I

近义词: divide,split,split up,dissever,carve up

14
treat differently on the basis of sex or race

近义词: discriminate,single out

15
act as a barrier between;stand between
例子:
  1. The mountain range divides the two countries

近义词: divide

16
standing apart;not attached to or supported by anything
例子:
  1. a freestanding bell tower
  2. a house with a separate garage

近义词: freestanding

17
have the connection undone;having become separate

近义词: disjoined

18
separated according to race, sex, class, or religion
例子:
  1. separate but equal
  2. girls and boys in separate classes
19
independent;not united or joint
例子:
  1. a problem consisting of two separate issues
  2. they went their separate ways
  3. formed a separate church