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share 1

 (shâr)
n.
1. A part or portion belonging to, distributed to, contributed by, or owed by a person or group: The pirates argued over their shares of the treasure.
2. An equitable portion: do one's share of the work.
3.
a. One of the equal parts into which the capital stock of a company is divided: bought 200 shares of the company's stock.
b. A unit of ownership in a mutual fund or other investment vehicle: bought two shares in a mutual fund.
c. shares Chiefly British Stocks: European shares jumped two percent. The fund invests half the money in bonds and half in shares.
v. shared, shar·ing, shares
v.tr.
1.
a. To accord a share in (something) to another or others: shared her chocolate bar with a friend.
b. To divide and parcel out in shares; apportion: shared the estate among his heirs.
2.
a. To participate in, use, enjoy, or experience jointly or in turns: share a responsibility; share a room.
b. To hold or have jointly with another or others: She shares my view about the election.
3. To relate (a secret or experience, for example) to another or others.
4. Computers To make (a digital file) accessible to other users on a network, as for copying and downloading.
v.intr.
1. To have a share or part: shared in the profits.
2. To allow someone to use or enjoy something that one possesses: Being in daycare taught the child to share.
3. To use or enjoy something jointly or in turns: There is only one computer, so we will have to share.
4. To talk about personal experiences or feelings with others.
Idiom:
go shares
To be concerned or partake equally or jointly, as in a business venture.

[Middle English, from Old English scearu, division; see sker- in Indo-European roots.]

share′a·ble, shar′a·ble adj.
shar′er n.

share 2

 (shâr)
n.
A plowshare.

[Middle English, from Old English scēar; see sker- in Indo-European roots.]

share

(ʃɛə)
n
1. a part or portion of something owned, allotted to, or contributed by a person or group
2. (Stock Exchange) (often plural) any of the equal parts, usually of low par value, into which the capital stock of a company is divided: ownership of shares carries the right to receive a proportion of the company's profits. See also ordinary shares, preference shares
3. go shares informal to share (something) with another or others
vb
4. (often foll by: out) to divide or apportion, esp equally
5. (when: intr, often foll by in) to receive or contribute a portion of: we can share the cost of the petrol; six people shared in the inheritance.
6. to join with another or others in the use of (something): can I share your umbrella?.
[Old English scearu; related to Old Norse skor amount, Old High German scara crowd; see shear]
ˈsharable, ˈshareable adj
ˈsharer n

share

(ʃɛə)
n
1. (Agriculture) short for ploughshare
2. (Tools) short for ploughshare
[Old English scear; related to Old Norse skeri, Old High German scaro]

share

(ʃɛər)

n., v. shared, shar•ing. n.
1. a part of a whole, esp. a portion allotted or assigned to a member of a group.
2. one of the equal fractional parts into which the capital stock of a corporation is divided.
v.t.
3. to divide and distribute in shares; apportion.
4. to use, participate in, receive, etc., jointly: The two chemists shared the Nobel prize.
v.i.
5. to have a share or part; take part (often fol. by in).
6. to receive equally.
[1325–75; Old English scearu fork of the body, groin, c. Old Saxon, Old High German scara (German Schar) troop]
shar′er, n.

share


Past participle: shared
Gerund: sharing

Imperative
share
share
Present
I share
you share
he/she/it shares
we share
you share
they share
Preterite
I shared
you shared
he/she/it shared
we shared
you shared
they shared
Present Continuous
I am sharing
you are sharing
he/she/it is sharing
we are sharing
you are sharing
they are sharing
Present Perfect
I have shared
you have shared
he/she/it has shared
we have shared
you have shared
they have shared
Past Continuous
I was sharing
you were sharing
he/she/it was sharing
we were sharing
you were sharing
they were sharing
Past Perfect
I had shared
you had shared
he/she/it had shared
we had shared
you had shared
they had shared
Future
I will share
you will share
he/she/it will share
we will share
you will share
they will share
Future Perfect
I will have shared
you will have shared
he/she/it will have shared
we will have shared
you will have shared
they will have shared
Future Continuous
I will be sharing
you will be sharing
he/she/it will be sharing
we will be sharing
you will be sharing
they will be sharing
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been sharing
you have been sharing
he/she/it has been sharing
we have been sharing
you have been sharing
they have been sharing
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been sharing
you will have been sharing
he/she/it will have been sharing
we will have been sharing
you will have been sharing
they will have been sharing
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been sharing
you had been sharing
he/she/it had been sharing
we had been sharing
you had been sharing
they had been sharing
Conditional
I would share
you would share
he/she/it would share
we would share
you would share
they would share
Past Conditional
I would have shared
you would have shared
he/she/it would have shared
we would have shared
you would have shared
they would have shared
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.share - assets belonging to or due to or contributed by an individual person or group; "he wanted his share in cash"
net income, net profit, profit, profits, earnings, lucre, net - the excess of revenues over outlays in a given period of time (including depreciation and other non-cash expenses)
tranche - a portion of something (especially money)
dispensation - a share that has been dispensed or distributed
dole - a share of money or food or clothing that has been charitably given
way - a portion of something divided into shares; "they split the loot three ways"
ration - a fixed portion that is allotted (especially in times of scarcity)
allowance - an amount allowed or granted (as during a given period); "travel allowance"; "my weekly allowance of two eggs"; "a child's allowance should not be too generous"
slice, piece - a share of something; "a slice of the company's revenue"
split - a promised or claimed share of loot or money; "he demanded his split before they disbanded"
stake, interest - (law) a right or legal share of something; a financial involvement with something; "they have interests all over the world"; "a stake in the company's future"
profit sharing - a system in which employees receive a share of the net profits of the business
cut - a share of the profits; "everyone got a cut of the earnings"
allocation, allotment - a share set aside for a specific purpose
assets - anything of material value or usefulness that is owned by a person or company
2.share - any of the equal portions into which the capital stock of a corporation is divided and ownership of which is evidenced by a stock certificateshare - any of the equal portions into which the capital stock of a corporation is divided and ownership of which is evidenced by a stock certificate; "he bought 100 shares of IBM at the market price"
stock - the capital raised by a corporation through the issue of shares entitling holders to an ownership interest (equity); "he owns a controlling share of the company's stock"
stock certificate, stock - a certificate documenting the shareholder's ownership in the corporation; "the value of his stocks doubled during the past year"
3.share - the allotment of some amount by dividing something; "death gets more than its share of attention from theologians"
apportioning, apportionment, parceling, parcelling, assignation, allocation, allotment - the act of distributing by allotting or apportioning; distribution according to a plan; "the apportionment of seats in the House of Representatives is based on the relative population of each state"
4.share - the part played by a person in bringing about a result; "I am proud of my contribution in advancing the project"; "they all did their share of the work"
attempt, effort, try, endeavor, endeavour - earnest and conscientious activity intended to do or accomplish something; "made an effort to cover all the reading material"; "wished him luck in his endeavor"; "she gave it a good try"
end - the part you are expected to play; "he held up his end"
5.share - a sharp steel wedge that cuts loose the top layer of soilshare - a sharp steel wedge that cuts loose the top layer of soil
moldboard plow, mouldboard plough - plow that has a moldboard
wedge - something solid that is usable as an inclined plane (shaped like a V) that can be pushed between two things to separate them
Verb1.share - have in common; "Our children share a love of music"; "The two countries share a long border"
overlap - coincide partially or wholly; "Our vacations overlap"
partake - have some of the qualities or attributes of something
osculate - have at least three points in common with; "one curve osculates the other"; "these two surfaces osculate"
2.share - use jointly or in common
apply, employ, use, utilise, utilize - put into service; make work or employ for a particular purpose or for its inherent or natural purpose; "use your head!"; "we only use Spanish at home"; "I can't use this tool"; "Apply a magnetic field here"; "This thinking was applied to many projects"; "How do you utilize this tool?"; "I apply this rule to get good results"; "use the plastic bags to store the food"; "He doesn't know how to use a computer"
double up - share a room or a bed designed for only one person
pool - combine into a common fund; "We pooled resources"
communalise, communalize - make something the property of the commune or community
3.share - have, give, or receive a share of; "We shared the cake"
acquire, get - come into the possession of something concrete or abstract; "She got a lot of paintings from her uncle"; "They acquired a new pet"; "Get your results the next day"; "Get permission to take a few days off from work"
cut in - allow someone to have a share or profit
4.share - give out as one's portion or shareshare - give out as one's portion or share  
hand out, pass out, give out, distribute - give to several people; "The teacher handed out the exams"
5.share - communicate; "I'd like to share this idea with you"
communicate, intercommunicate - transmit thoughts or feelings; "He communicated his anxieties to the psychiatrist"

share

noun
1. part, portion, quota, ration, lot, cut (informal), due, division, contribution, proportion, allowance, whack (informal), allotment I have had more than my share of adventures.
verb
1. divide, split, distribute, assign, apportion, parcel out, divvy up (informal) the small income he has shared with his brother
2. go halves on, divide, go fifty-fifty on (informal), go Dutch on (informal) Share the cost of the flowers.
share in something take part in, be involved in, contribute to, participate in, have a hand in, partake in, use in common Everybody shares in the cooking chores.
share something out divide up, distribute, allocate, hand out, ration, apportion, deal out, deal up It makes sense to share the work out between you. a formula for sharing out power among the various clans

share

noun
1. That which is allotted:
Informal: cut.
Slang: divvy.
2. One's proper or expected function in a common effort:
verb
1. To give out in portions or shares:
Slang: divvy.
2. To have a share, as in an act or result; have a hand in:
Idiom: take part.
Translations
حِصَّه، نَصيبدَوْر، قِسْطسَهْمقِسْميَتَشارَك
akciepodílsdíletúčastpodílet se
andeldeledelaktie
AnteilteilenAktieBeteiligungeine Aktie zeichnen
jakaaosuusvannasolla yhteistäosa
dijelitidio
részvényközösen használmegosztosztozikrészesedik
deilahluti, skerfurhlutur, hlutaféòátturtaka òátt í
共有する共用する刃先分ける分け前
나누다
akcijaakcininkasbalsasdalintisgyventi kartu
akcijadaļadalītdalītiesieguldīt savu daļu
deleždelitideliti silemežrazdeliti
deldelaaktieandel
แบ่งส่วนส่วนแบ่ง
chia nhauphần

share

1 [ʃɛəʳ]
A. N
1. (= portion) → parte f, porción f
a share of or in the profitsuna proporción de las ganancias
how much will my share be?¿cuánto me corresponderá a mí?
your share is £5te tocan 5 libras
to do one's (fair) share (of sth)hacer lo que a uno le toca or corresponde (de algo)
he doesn't do his shareno hace todo lo que debiera, no hace todo lo que le toca or corresponde
to have a share in sthparticipar en algo
we've had our share of misfortuneshemos sufrido bastante infortunio, hemos sufrido lo nuestro
market sharecuota f del mercado
to take a share in doing sthhacer su parte en algo
the lion's sharela parte del león
2. (Fin) → acción f
B. VT
1. (= split, divide) [+ resource, benefit] → repartir, dividir, partir
would you like to share the bottle with me?¿quieres compartir la botella conmigo?
a shared roomuna habitación compartida
2. (= accept equally) [+ duty, responsibility, task] → compartir, corresponsabilizarse de
to share the blame [one person] → aceptar su parte de culpa; [more than one person] → corresponsabilizarse de la culpa
3. (= have in common) [+ characteristic, quality] → compartir, tener en común; [+ experience, opinion] → compartir
two nations who share a common languagedos naciones que tienen en común or comparten la misma lengua
I do not share that viewno comparto ese criterio
4. (= tell, relate) [+ piece of news, thought] → contar, compartir, hacer partícipe de (frm) (with a) it can be beneficial to share your feelings with someone you trustpuede resultar beneficioso compartir or contar tus sentimientos a alguien de confianza
C. VIcompartir (with con) I share with three other women (room, flat, etc) → vivo con otras tres mujeres
to share in sthparticipar en algo
share and share aliketodos por igual
D. CPD share capital Ncapital m social en acciones
share certificate N(certificado m or título m de una) acción f
share index Níndice m de la Bolsa
share issue Nemisión f de acciones
share offer Noferta f de acciones
share option N plan de compra de acciones de una empresa por sus empleados (a precios ventajosos)
share premium Nprima f de emisión
share price Nprecio m de las acciones
share out VT + ADVrepartir, distribuir

share

2 [ʃɛəʳ] N (Agr) (= ploughshare) → reja f

share

[ˈʃɛər]
n
(= part, portion) → part f
one's share of sth → sa part de qch
She pays her share of the bills → Elle paie sa part des dépenses du ménage.
a share in sth → une part de qch
He is claiming a share in her fortune → Il réclame une part de sa fortune.
to pay one's share → payer sa part
Everybody pays their share → Tout le monde paie sa part.
to do one's share → faire sa part
to have had one's share of sth → avoir eu sa part de qch
I have had more than my share of adventures → J'ai eu ma part d'aventures.
(FINANCE)action f
They've got shares in British Gas → Ils ont des actions de British Gas.
modif (FINANCE) [trading, dealing] → d'actions; [value] → des actions share earnings, share offer, share ownership, share price
vt
(= have or use at the same time) [+ house, room, taxi, table, prize, resources] → partager
to share a room with sb → partager une chambre avec qn
(= divide) [+ food, cost, money, work, responsibility] → partager
Share the sweets between the children → Partage les bonbons entre les enfants.
(= have in common) [+ quality, characteristic] → avoir en commun; [+ experience, interest, opinion] → partager
The two countries share many characteristics → Les deux pays ont de nombreuses caractéristiques en commun., Les deux pays ont de nombreuses caractéristiques communes.
(= let sb use or have) [+ information, sweets, toys] → partager
(= tell) [+ feelings, thoughts] → partager
vipartager
to share in sth [+ joy, sorrow] → prendre part à qch; [+ profits] → participer à qch, avoir part à qch
share out
vt seppartager
to share sth out among → partager qch entre
They shared the sweets out among the children → Ils ont partagé les bonbons entre les enfants.
to share sth out between → partager qch entreshare capital ncapital m socialshare certificate ncertificat m d'action, titre m d'action

share

:
share broker
n (esp Brit) → Effekten- or Börsenmakler(in) m(f)
share capital
nAktienkapital nt
share certificate
nAktienzertifikat nt
sharecropper
n (US Agr) → (Farm)pächter(in) m(f) (der/die Pacht in Form eines Ernteanteils zahlt)
shareholder
nAktionär(in) m(f)
shareholding
nBeteiligung f; shareholders’ meetingAktionärsversammlung f
share index
nAktienindex m
share issue
n (St Ex) → Aktienemission f
share option
nAktienoption f
share-out
nVerteilung f; (St Ex) → (Dividenden)ausschüttung f

share

1
n
(= portion)Anteil m (→ in or of an +dat); we want fair shares for allwir wollen, dass gerecht geteilt wird; I want my fair shareich will meinen (An)teil, ich will, was mir zusteht; he didn’t get his fair shareer ist zu kurz gekommen; I’ve had more than my fair share of bad luckich habe mehr (als mein Teil an) Pech gehabt; I’ll give you a share in the profitsich beteilige Sie am Gewinn; in equal shareszu gleichen Teilen; your share is £5du bekommst £ 5, du musst £ 5 bezahlen; how much is my share?wie groß ist mein Anteil?; he came in for his full share of criticismer hat sein Teil an Kritik abbekommen; to fall to somebody’s share (liter)jdm zufallen (liter); to go shares (inf)teilen; to bear one’s share of the costseinen Anteil an den Kosten tragen; to take one’s share of the proceedssich (dat)seinen Anteil am Gewinn nehmen; to take one’s share of the blamesich mitschuldig erklären; to pay one’s shareseinen (An)teil bezahlen; to do one’s sharesein(en) Teil or das Seine tun or beitragen; to have a share in somethingan etw (dat)beteiligt sein; I had no share in thatdamit hatte ich nichts zu tun
(Fin, general) → (Geschäfts)anteil m; (in a public limited company) → Aktie f; to hold shares in a company(Geschäfts)anteile pl/Aktien pleines Unternehmens besitzen
vt
(= divide)teilen; (= have in common also)gemeinsam haben; responsibilitygemeinsam tragen; we share the same birthdaywir haben am gleichen Tag Geburtstag; they share a roomsie teilen ein Zimmer, sie haben ein gemeinsames Zimmer; I do not share that viewdiese Ansicht teile ich nicht
(Comput) filegemeinsam nutzen; (in network) → freigeben
vi
teilen; there was only one room free so we had to sharees gab nur noch ein freies Zimmer, also mussten wir es uns teilen; children have to learn to shareKinder müssen lernen, mit anderen zu teilen; to share and share alike(brüderlich) mit (den) anderen teilen
to share in somethingsich an etw (dat)beteiligen; in profitan etw (dat)beteiligt werden; in enthusiasmetw teilen; in success, sorrowan etw (dat)Anteil nehmen

share

2
n (Agr) → (Pflug)schar f

share

[ʃɛəʳ]
1. n
a.parte f
to have a share in the profits → partecipare agli utili
to have a share in sth → aver parte in qc
he has a 50% share in a new business venture → è socio al 50% in una nuova impresa commerciale
he had a share in it (fig) → c'è entrato anche lui
to take a share in sth → partecipare a qc
fair shares for all → parti giuste or uguali per tutti
she's had more than her (fair) share of suffering → ha avuto la sua buona dose di sofferenze
the minister came in for his share of criticism → il ministro ha avuto la sua parte di critiche
to do one's (fair) share → fare la propria parte
b. (Fin) → azione f, titolo
he has 500 shares in an oil company → possiede 500 azioni di una compagnia di petrolio
ordinary/preference shares → azioni ordinarie/privilegiate
2. vt
a. (also share out) → spartirsi
to share (out) among or between → dividere tra
the thieves shared (out) the money → i ladri si sono spartiti i soldi
b. (use jointly) to share (with)dividere (con)
shall we share the last bottle of wine? → ci beviamo insieme l'ultima bottiglia di vino?
shared line (Telec) → duplex m inv
c. (fig) (have in common) → condividere, avere in comune
she shares his love of gardening → hanno in comune la passione del giardinaggio
3. vi children must learn to sharei bambini devono imparare a dividere ciò che hanno
share and share alike → un po' per uno non fa male a nessuno
to share in (gen) → partecipare a (blame) → prendersi la propria parte di

share

(ʃeə) noun
1. one of the parts of something that is divided among several people etc. We all had a share of the cake; We each paid our share of the bill.
2. the part played by a person in something done etc by several people etc. I had no share in the decision.
3. a fixed sum of money invested in a business company by a ˈshareholder.
verb
1. (usually with among, ~between, ~with) to divide among a number of people. We shared the money between us.
2. to have, use etc (something that another person has or uses); to allow someone to use (something one has or owns). The students share a sitting-room; The little boy hated sharing his toys.
3. (sometimes with in) to have a share of with someone else. He wouldn't let her share the cost of the taxi.
ˈshareholder noun
a person who owns shares in a business company.
share and share alike
with everyone having an equal share. We divided the money between us, share and share alike.

share

قِسْم, يُشَارِكُ dělit se, podíl andel, dele Anteil, teilen μερίδιο, μοιράζω compartir, parte jakaa, osuus part, partager dijeliti, dio azione, condividere 分ける, 分け前 나누다, 몫 aandeel, delen aksje, dele część, podzielić compartilhar, parte делить(ся), доля del, dela แบ่งส่วน, ส่วนแบ่ง pay, paylaşmak chia nhau, phần 份额, 分享

share

n parte f; — of cost (US) parte del costo (que tiene que pagar el paciente); vt compartir; shared decision making..toma de decisiones compartida; to — needles compartir agujas
References in classic literature ?
I've had my share of uncertainty and you cannot blame me if I do not want to see the worst side of him reproduced in you.
Cutter had purposely remained childless, with the determination to outlive him and to share his property with her `people,' whom he detested.
In an instant the whole camp was in motion; the meanest soldier arousing from his lair to witness the departure of his comrades, and to share in the excitement and incidents of the hour.
At Chelicothe I spent my time as comfortably as I could expect; was adopted, accordin to their custom, into a family where I became a son, and had a great share in the affection of my new parents, brothers, sisters, and friends.
To go of errands with his slow and shuffling gait, which made you doubt how he ever was to arrive anywhere; to saw a small household's foot or two of firewood, or knock to pieces an old barrel, or split up a pine board for kindling-stuff; in summer, to dig the few yards of garden ground appertaining to a low-rented tenement, and share the produce of his labor at the halves; in winter, to shovel away the snow from the sidewalk, or open paths to the woodshed, or along the clothes-line; such were some of the essential offices which Uncle Venner performed among at least a score of families.
It was not merely during the three hours and a half which Uncle Sam claimed as his share of my daily life that this wretched numbness held possession of me.
Grose's eyes expressed plainly that SHE had no wish to be, yet also that she knew too well her place not to be ready to share with me any marked inconvenience.
He at once resolved to accompany me to that island, ship aboard the same vessel, get into the same watch, the same boat, the same mess with me, in short to share my every hap; with both my hands in his, boldly dip into the Potluck of both worlds.
I thought to relieve my old bed-ridden mother by part of my share of this whale.
She did her work honestly, and did her full share, and I never wish to have a better partner in double harness.
Every one's share was different--and yet every one knew perfectly well what his share was, and strove to give a little more.
It is not pretended, that this right would ever be used for the exclusion of any State from its share in the representation.