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di·vorce

 (dĭ-vôrs′)
n.
1.
a. The legal dissolution of a marriage.
b. A court order or other document establishing such a dissolution.
2. A separation between things that were once connected or associated.
v. di·vorced, di·vorc·ing, di·vorc·es
v.tr.
1. To dissolve the marriage bond between (two people).
2. To end marriage with (one's spouse) by way of legal divorce.
3. To cut off; separate or disunite: an idea that was completely divorced from reality. See Synonyms at separate.
v.intr.
To obtain a divorce.

[Middle English, from Old French, from Latin dīvortium, from dīvortere, to divert, variant of dīvertere; see divert.]

di·vor·cé

 (dĭ-vôr-sā′, -sē′, -vôr′sā′, -sē′)
n.
A divorced man.

[French, masculine past participle of divorcer, to divorce, from Old French, from divorce, divorce; see divorce.]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.divorced - of someone whose marriage has been legally dissolved
unmarried, single - not married or related to the unmarried state; "unmarried men and women"; "unmarried life"; "sex and the single girl"; "single parenthood"; "are you married or single?"
Translations
rozvedený
skilt
eronnut
razveden
elvált
離婚した
이혼한
ločen
frånskild
ซึ่งหย่าแล้ว
đã ly dị

divorced

[dɪˈvɔːst] ADJdivorciado

divorced

[dɪˈvɔːrst] adjdivorcé(e)
to be divorced → être divorcé(e)
My parents are divorced → Mes parents sont divorcés.
to be divorced from sb → être divorcé(e) de qn, être divorcé(e) d'avec qn
to get divorced → divorcer

divorced

adj (Jur) → geschieden (from von); to be divorced from something (fig)keine(rlei) Beziehung zu etw haben; she’s completely divorced from realitysie ist völlig wirklichkeitsfremd

divorced

[dɪˈvɔːst] adjdivorziato/a

divorced

مُطَلَّق rozvedený skilt geschieden διαζευγμένος divorciado eronnut divorcé razveden divorziato 離婚した 이혼한 gescheiden skilt rozwiedziony divorciado разведенный frånskild ซึ่งหย่าแล้ว boşanmış đã ly dị 离婚的
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This elusive quality it is, which causes the thought of whiteness, when divorced from more kindly associations, and coupled with any object terrible in itself, to heighten that terror to the furthest bounds.
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His wife had divorced him, and he had married the girl and prospered.
A rumor immediately spread in Petersburg, not that Helene wanted to be divorced from her husband (had such a report spread many would have opposed so illegal an intention) but simply that the unfortunate and interesting Helene was in doubt which of the two men she should marry.
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Ruins and basilicas, palaces and colossi, set in the midst of a sordid present, where all that was living and warm-blooded seemed sunk in the deep degeneracy of a superstition divorced from reverence; the dimmer but yet eager Titanic life gazing and struggling on walls and ceilings; the long vistas of white forms whose marble eyes seemed to hold the monotonous light of an alien world: all this vast wreck of ambitious ideals, sensuous and spiritual, mixed confusedly with the signs of breathing forgetfulness and degradation, at first jarred her as with an electric shock, and then urged themselves on her with that ache belonging to a glut of confused ideas which check the flow of emotion.
In the intervals of pandemonium, each chattered, cut up, hooted, screeched, and danced, himself sufficient unto himself, filled with his own ideas and volitions to the exclusion of all others, a veritable centre of the universe, divorced for the time being from any unanimity with the other universe-centres leaping and yelling around him.
Their artistry was high, but he denied the worthwhileness of artistry when divorced from humanness.
A reporter present seized upon the word "revolution," divorced it from the text, and wrote a garbled account that made Emil Gluck appear an anarchist.
If nothing is done to prevent it, she may be divorced and disgraced, and thrown on the world, with no resource but the sale of her jewels to keep her from starving.