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Definition of "separated" []

  • No longer living with one's spouse (adjective)
  • Away or apart from someone (adjective)
  • Detached; not connected or joined. (adjective)

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  • Estranged; living apart but not divorced. (adjective)
  • Simple past tense and past participle of separate. (verb)

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Use "separated" in a sentence
  • "Add the curry paste and fry for 5 minutes, until the oil has once again separated from the cream and it is quite fragrant, stirring frequently."
  • "Sometimes used for the objective after a verb or preposition, esp. when separated from the governing word by other words."
  • "My sitting Tory, a real trougher, increased his share of the vote and majority in this wealthy part of the SE (just outside the M25 and separated from the London Borough of Bromleee by that marvellous orbital car park and the North Downs)."