English to Shona Meaning of apart - kunze

Apart :

kunze, voga, zindoga, tiri, zvakasiyana, toga, parutivi

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Definitions of apart in English
Adjective(1) remote and separate physically or socially(2) having characteristics not shared by others
Adverb(1) separated or at a distance in place or position or time(2) not taken into account or excluded from consideration(3) away from another or others(4) placed or kept separate and distinct as for a purpose(5) one from the other(6) into parts or pieces
Examples of apart in English
(1) Many of us also have other features that mark us apart .(2) The cattle grates were made from rebar spaced about a foot apart and about ten feet wide.(3) Plant seeds at least 12 inches apart in rows spaced 3 feet apart .(4) Alaska apart, much of America's energy business concentrates on producing gas(5) Jokes apart , Bollywood is also the single largest showcase of ethnic art and culture.(6) Furniture had been torn apart , and shattered glass covered the floor.(7) two stone gateposts some thirty feet apart(8) Their qualifications, ideals and fresh appeal apart , the new breed has been working hard to succeed.(9) As soon as he walks away, an explosion blasts the elevator doors apart .(10) What really sets them apart is the quality of the participants and the detail and interest of the material.(11) All jokes apart , this is not is not meant to disrespect them in any which way.(12) And in innumerable other minutes of the 90, they were carved apart by a Kilmarnock team who spurned so many opportunities it was barely credible.(13) Isabel stepped away from Joanna and stood apart(14) The cast-in-place piers are graceful, slender, and elegant with curving surfaces, spaced 142 feet apart .(15) But jokes apart I have been wanting to do something beyond photography.(16) In the workshop a damaged chest by Hericourt, from 1780, with its warped veneer has been taken apart piece by piece and completely reconstructed.
Related Phrases of apart
(1) a part ::
(2) apart from ::
kunze kwaizvozvo
(3) fall apart ::
(4) tear apart ::
(5) falling apart ::
(6) torn apart ::
(7) set apart ::
(8) take apart ::
tora voga
(9) far apart ::
kure nakure
(10) come apart ::
uyai voga
(11) apart from that ::
kunze kuti
1. away from each other ::
kure mumwe
2. to one side ::
kune rimwe divi
3. separately ::
4. to pieces ::
5. asunder ::
6. aside ::
7. isolated ::
1. together ::
pamwe chete
Different Forms
Word Example from TV Shows
The ravenry was falling apart
the last time I checked.

The ravenry was falling APART the last time I checked.

Game of Thrones Season 7, Episode 5

When we were apart,
I learned how important you are to me.

When we were APART, I learned how important you are to me.

The Big Bang Theory Season 9, Episode 15

How should we treat people
who tear us apart?

How should we treat people who tear us APART?

Game of Thrones Season 6, Episode 6

Right, well, let's at least
get them apart for a while

Right, well, let's at least get them APART for a while

The Big Bang Theory Season 10, Episode 5

While we're apart, can I see
other needy Indian men?

While we're APART, can I see other needy Indian men?

The Big Bang Theory Season 11, Episode 11

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