English adjective: apart
|1.||apart remote and separate physically or socially|
|Samples||Existed over the centuries as a world apart.|
Preserved because they inhabited a place apart.
Tiny isolated villages remote from centers of civilization.
An obscure village.
|2.||apart having characteristics not shared by others|
|Samples||Scientists felt they were a group apart.|
English adverb: apart
|1.||apart separated or at a distance in place or position or time|
|Samples||These towns are many miles apart.|
Stood with his legs apart.
Born two years apart.
|2.||apart not taken into account or excluded from consideration|
|Samples||These problems apart, the country is doing well.|
All joking aside, I think you're crazy.
|3.||apart away from another or others|
|Samples||They grew apart over the years.|
Kept apart from the group out of shyness.
Decided to live apart.
|4.||apart placed or kept separate and distinct as for a purpose|
|Samples||Had a feeling of being set apart.|
Quality sets it apart.
A day set aside for relaxing.
|5.||apart one from the other|
|Samples||People can't tell the twins apart.|
|6.||apart into parts or pieces|
|Samples||He took his father's watch apart.|