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sep·a·ra·ble

 (sĕp′ər-ə-bəl, sĕp′rə-)
adj.
Possible to separate: separable sheets of paper.

sep′a·ra·bil′i·ty n.
sep′a·ra·bly adv.
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separable

(ˈsɛpərəbəl; ˈsɛprəbəl)
adj
able to be separated, divided, or parted
ˌseparaˈbility, ˈseparableness n
ˈseparably adv
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sep•a•ra•ble

(ˈsɛp ər ə bəl, ˈsɛp rə-)

adj.
capable of being separated or dissociated.
[1350–1400; (< Middle French) < Latin sēparābilis]
sep`a•ra•bil′i•ty, sep′a•ra•ble•ness, n.
sep′a•ra•bly, adv.
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.separable - capable of being divided or dissociated; "often drugs and crime are not dissociable"; "the siamese twins were not considered separable"; "a song...never conceived of as severable from the melody";
divisible - capable of being or liable to be divided or separated; "even numbers are divisible by two"; "the Americans fought a bloody war to prove that their nation is not divisible"
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separable

adjective distinguishable, detachable, divisible, severable, scissile Character is not separable from physical form.
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Translations
قابِل للإنْفِصال
oddělitelný
adskillelig
elválasztható
aîgreinanlegur
ayrılabilir

separable

[ˈsepərəbl] ADJseparable
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separable

[ˈsɛpərəbəl] adjséparable
to be separable from sth → être séparable de qch
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separable

adjtrennbar
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separable

[ˈsɛprəbl] adjseparabile
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separate

(ˈsepəreit) verb
1. (sometimes with into or from) to place, take, keep or force apart. He separated the money into two piles; A policeman tried to separate the men who were fighting.
2. to go in different directions. We all walked along together and separated at the cross-roads.
3. (of a husband and wife) to start living apart from each other by choice.
(-rət) adjective
1. divided; not joined. He sawed the wood into four separate pieces; The garage is separate from the house.
2. different or distinct. This happened on two separate occasions; I like to keep my job and my home life separate.
ˈseparateness noun
ˈseparable adjective
that can be separated.
ˈseparately (-rət-) adverb
in a separate way; not together.
ˈseparates (-rəts) noun plural
garments (eg jerseys, skirts, trousers, blouses, shirts) that can be worn together in varying combinations.
ˌsepaˈration noun
1. the act of separating or the state or period of being separated. They were together again after a separation of three years.
2. a (legal) arrangement by which a husband and wife remain married but live separately.
ˈseparatist (-rə-) noun
a person who urges separation from an established political state, church etc.
ˈseparatism noun
separate off
to make or keep (a part or parts) separate.
separate out
to make or keep separate or distinct.
separate up (often with into)
to divide. The house has been separated up into different flats.

separate is spelt with -ar- (not -er-).
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