|(about a mixture) separated into component ingredients; broken up into sections or parts||fractionated|
|ability to be dissolved, ability to be melted; ability to be separated into parts||dissolvability|
|ability to be divided or separated, capacity for division||divisibility|
|ability to be separated or divided||divisibleness|
|able to be conscripted for military service; may be drawn out and separated||draftable|
|able to be divided, able to be separated||divisible|
|able to be divided, may be separated into parts||dividable|
|able to be perceived as different, may be differentiated; may be separated or distinguished; may be transformed into its derivative (Mathematics)||differentiable|
|act of segregating, division, separation, differentiation; state of being divided, state of being separated, state of being differentiated; practice of maintaining separation between members of different races, enforced separation of racial groups, gen...||segregation|
|alone or lonely, off by itself, rare, solitary, alone; separated from others||isolated|
|always together, indivisible, incapable of being separated; close, devoted, something that cannot be separated, unable to be separated||inseparable|
|apart, separated (spouse, etc.); alienated, disaffected, separated from a spouse||estranged|
|archipelago off the southern tip of South America. Separated from the mainland by the Strait of Magellan, and bounded by the Atlantic, the Antarctic, and the Pacific oceans, the islands belong partly to Argentina and partly to Chile.||Tierra del Fuego|
|banter, husks separated from grains; straw that has been cut up for animal feed; something worthless, refuse; teasing, joking; (Airplanes) metal scraps released from an airplane in order to disrupt signals from radar-guided weapons, seed coverings remo...||chaff|
|based on income, having an academic diploma or degree; separated into regular stages; increasing as the taxed amount increases (relating to taxation under which those with the greatest income pay the highest tax percentage); indicated with lines to mak...||graduated|
|become separated from group, depart from accepted standards, digress from subject, electrical interference, lost or homeless, lost or homeless domestic animal, wandering, out of place; scattered, random, incidental, meander, one that has strayed; domes...||stray|
|break off tie, cut through or off, cleave; separate, set apart; be separated, be set apart; terminate||sever|
|breaking of bread by priest, number that is not a whole, part, product of the division of one number by another, quotient (Mathematics); part of a whole; segment, fragment, separated component, small amount||fraction|
|broken into small slender fragments, fragmented, split into pieces; divided, separated||splintered|
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EUdict (European dictionary) is a collection of online dictionaries for the languages spoken mostly in Europe. These dictionaries are the result of the work of many authors who worked very hard and finally offered their product free of charge on the internet thus making it easier to all of us to communicate with each other. Some of the dictionaries have only a few thousand words, others have more than 320,000. Some of the words may be incorrectly translated or mistyped.
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