apart from


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apart from

prep.
With the exception of; besides: Apart from a few scratches, the car was undamaged.
Translations
بِخِلَافِبِصَرْف النَّظَر عَن
kroměvyjma
bortset fra
lukuun ottamatta
bez obzira na
nema, fyrir utan
・・・は別として
...은 제쳐 놓고
bortsett från
นอกจาก
… den başkadışında
ngoài

apart

(əˈpaːt) adverb
separated by a certain distance. The trees were planted three metres apart; with his feet apart; Their policies are far apart; She sat apart from the other people.
apart from
except for. I can't think of anything I need, apart from a car.
come apart
to break into pieces. The book came apart in my hands.
take apart
to separate (something) into the pieces from which it is made. He took the engine apart.
tell apart (usually with can, *cannotetc)
to recognize the difference between; to distinguish. I cannot tell the twins apart.

apart from

بِخِلَافِ kromě bortset fra abgesehen von εκτός από aparte de lukuun ottamatta à part bez obzira na eccetto ・・・は別として ...은 제쳐 놓고 behalve bortsett fra oprócz exceto кроме bortsett från นอกจาก dışında ngoài 除...之外
References in classic literature ?
Yet apart from all transitory passions and the ephemeral results of mortal love, the song of the Taoist lover soars unstained, untrammelled.
No doubt he had an inexhaustible pleasure in them apart from mine, for I have found my pleasure in them perennial, and have not failed to taste it as often as I have read or repeated any of the great passages of the poem to myself.
That because she was an inner member and therefore bound to implicit obedience that she was dragged away from her husband, kept apart from him against her will, forced into endeavours to make a fool of Brott even at the cost of her good name.
The Mice thought that the cause of their frequent defeats was that they had no leaders set apart from the general army to command them, and that they were exposed to dangers from lack of discipline.
He had travelled far and alone; his whole life, indeed, had been a solitary path; for, with the lofty caution of his nature, he had kept himself apart from those who might otherwise have been his companions.
He kept apart from his fellow-travellers, knowing Mr.
For what were the business of a speaker, if the Thought were revealed quite apart from what he says?
By being 'present in a subject' I do not mean present as parts are present in a whole, but being incapable of existence apart from the said subject.
It is also said that the student is glad to get wounds in the face, because the scars they leave will show so well there; and it is also said that these face wounds are so prized that youths have even been known to pull them apart from time to time and put red wine in them to make them heal badly and leave as ugly a scar as possible.
To put the case on the most general principles, apart from Orlando's great love for you, it is an eternal truth of masculine sentiment that man always longs for the absent woman.
IT should not be doubted that at least one-third of the affection with which we regard the elder poets of Great Britain should be-attributed to what is, in itself, a thing apart from poetry-we mean to the simple love of the antique-and that, again, a third of even the proper poetic sentiment inspired by their writings should be ascribed to a fact which, while it has strict connection with poetry in the abstract, and with the old British poems themselves, should not be looked upon as a merit appertaining to the authors of the poems.
In this Norman of Torn and his men did not participate, but camped a little apart from the town until daybreak the following morning, when they started east, toward Dover.