separation

separation
Synonyms and related words:
Jim Crow, aberration, aesthetic distance, alien, alienation, alteration, analysis, analyzation, anatomization, anatomizing, anatomy, annulment, apartheid, apartness, assay, assaying, atomization, barrier, bolting, brattice, breach, breach of friendship, break, breakdown, breaking down, breaking up, breakup, broken home, broken marriage, buffer, buffer state, bulkhead, bumper, centrifugence, change, clarification, clearance, cleavage, cleft, cloison, colature, collision mat, color bar, compass, contradistinction, cordon, cordon sanitaire, cordoning off, cushion, deactivation, decentralization, decree of nullity, deep space, demarcation, demobilization, deployment, depths of space, destructive distillation, desynonymization, detachment, deviation, diaphragm, diaspora, dichotomy, differencing, differentiation, disaffection, disassociation, disbandment, disconnection, discrimination, disequalization, disfavor, disintegration, disjointedness, disjunction, dismemberment, dismissal, disorganization, dispersal, dispersion, disruption, dissection, dissepiment, dissociation, dissolution, dissolution of marriage, distance, distillation, distinction, distinctiveness, distinguishment, disunion, disunity, divarication, divergence, divergency, diversification, dividedness, dividing line, dividing wall, division, divorce, divorcement, docimasy, edulcoration, elution, elutriation, essentialization, estrangement, ethnocentrism, exclusiveness, extent, extraction, falling-out, fanning, fanning out, farness, fender, filtering, filtration, fission, foreigner, fracture, fracturing, fragmentation, grasswidowhood, gravimetric analysis, hairsplitting, individualization, individuation, infinity, insularity, insulation, interlocutory decree, interseptum, isolation, isolationism, keeping apart, know-nothingism, leaching, leeway, length, light-years, lixiviation, margin, mat, microscopic distinction, midriff, midsection, mileage, modification, narrowness, nice distinction, nuance, open rupture, out-group, outcast, outsider, pad, panel, paries, parochialism, parsecs, particularization, parting, partition, party wall, percolation, persona non grata, personalization, perspective, piece, privacy, privatism, privatization, property line, proximate analysis, purification, quantitative analysis, quarantine, quarantine flag, race hatred, racial segregation, range, reach, recall of ambassadors, recess, reclusion, reduction to elements, refinement, release, remoteness, resolution, retirement, retreat, riddling, rift, rupture, rustication, sanitary cordon, schism, scission, screening, seclusion, secrecy, segmentation, segregation, semimicroanalysis, separate maintenance, separateness, separatism, septulum, septum, sequestration, severalization, severance, shade of difference, shattering, shedding, shock pad, sieving, sifting, snobbishness, space, span, specialization, spiritualization, splaying, splendid isolation, split, split-up, splitting, spread, spreading, spreading out, straining, stranger, stretch, stride, subdivision, sublimation, subtle distinction, tightness, trichoschistism, trichotomy, variation, wall, way, ways, winnowing, withdrawal, xenophobia, yellow flag, yellow jack

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  • séparation — [ separasjɔ̃ ] n. f. • 1314; lat. separatio 1 ♦ Action de séparer, de se séparer, fait d être séparé. ⇒ désagrégation, disjonction, dislocation, dispersion; dis . La séparation des éléments d un mélange. Séparation des isotopes (à partir d un… …   Encyclopédie Universelle

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  • separation — early 15c., from O.Fr. separation, from L. separationem (nom. separatio) noun of action from pp. stem of separare (see SEPARATE (Cf. separate)). Specific sense of sundering of a married couple is attested from c.1600. Separation of powers first… …   Etymology dictionary

  • Separation — Sep a*ra tion, n. [L. separatio: cf. F. s[ e]paration.] The act of separating, or the state of being separated, or separate. Specifically: (a) Chemical analysis. (b) Divorce. (c) (Steam Boilers) The operation of removing water from steam. [1913… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Separation — (v. lat. Separatio), 1) Absonderung, Trennung, Scheidung; S. atoro et mensa, die Scheidung zweier Ehegenossen von Tisch u. Bett, s.u. Ehescheidung S. 505; 2) als Mittel der Hebung der landwirthschaftlichen Cultur die Vertheilung der in der Regel… …   Pierer's Universal-Lexikon

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