English to Samoan Meaning :: separate

Separate :
vavae
- vavaetuueseeseinaeseeseseparatenesstuueseeseina
 

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Noun(1) a separately printed article that originally appeared in a larger publication(2) a garment that can be purchased separately and worn in combinations with other garments
Verb(1) act as a barrier between; stand between(2) force, take, or pull apart(3) mark as different(4) separate into parts or portions(5) divide into components or constituents(6) arrange or order by classes or categories(7) make a division or separation(8) discontinue an association or relation; go different ways(9) go one's own way; move apart(10) become separated into pieces or fragments(11) treat differently on the basis of sex or race(12) come apart(13) divide into two or more branches so as to form a fork
Adjective(1) independent; not united or joint(2) standing apart; not attached to or supported by anything(3) separated according to race, sex, class, or religion(4) have the connection undone; having become separate

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(1) The bathroom is fit for a king and queen, with his and hers basins, large mirrors framed by driftwood, a separate shower room and toilet and a huge tub also encased in wood.(2) Several students at the meeting felt that the auditor selection process should be a separate issue from the approval of financial statements.(3) A new toy was placed among seven familiar toys, and in a separate room the owner asked Rico to fetch it using a name the dog had never heard before.(4) The group were formerly close-knit but are now a bunch of individuals moving in separate directions and facing different problems.(5) You can even install a doorbell with 2 different sounds and 2 separate buttons.(6) But in the end, he didn't oppose the launch, so I think that's a separate issue.(7) With experience, you are genuinely able to separate yourself from the writer and your current function as a director.(8) The voluntary first aid service has taken delivery of a state-of-the-art first aid caravan with its own separate crew quarters and treatment centre.(9) Young people these days don't separate drugs and drink - it's just there to be had.(10) There are two separate and distinct conditions for the exercise of the discretion created by that provision.(11) He survived when the ships he served on were torpedoed on three separate occasions.(12) However, you get much better value for money by buying two separate polices.(13) Further north, there are traces of four more buildings, one quite separate from the rest.(14) All patients are located in separate rooms to prevent infection.(15) Ministers have made it clear that such issues are separate from the seabed and foreshore legislation.(16) There were fears about what might happen if both engines failed in separate incidents.
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(1) separate from ::
vavae ese mai
Synonyms
Adjective
1. unconnected ::
e leai se fesootaiga
2. set apart ::
vaetofia
4. freestanding ::
freestanding
Verb
6. disconnect ::
tuʻu 'eseʻese
7. partition ::
vasega
8. isolate ::
faleʻesea
10. fork ::
tui
12. break away from ::
sola ese mai
13. divide ::
vavae
14. sort ::
ilo
15. disunite ::
disunite
16. split ::
vaeluaina
17. ramify ::
ramify
18. discriminate ::
ilo
19. distinguish ::
ilo
20. part ::
vaega
21. come apart ::
mai ese
Noun
22. reprint ::
Toe lolomiga
Antonyms
1. join ::
auai
2. link ::
fesoʻotaʻiga
3. unify ::
soʻo faʻatasi
4. unite ::
tuufaatasia
Different Forms
separate, separated, separately, separateness, separates, separating
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