Definitions for separation
ˌsɛp əˈreɪ ʃənsep·a·ra·tion
Here are all the possible meanings and translations of the word separation.
the state of lacking unity
separation, breakup, detachmentnoun
the distance between things
"fragile items require separation and cushioning"
sorting one thing from others
"the separation of wheat from chaff"; "the separation of mail by postal zones"
the social act of separating or parting company
"the separation of church and state"
the space where a division or parting occurs
"he hid in the separation between walls"
the termination of employment (by resignation or dismissal)
legal separation, separationnoun
(law) the cessation of cohabitation of man and wife (either by mutual agreement or under a court order)
the act of dividing or disconnecting
The act of separating or the condition of being separated.
The place at which a division occurs.
An interval, gap or space that separates things.
An agreement terminating a relationship between husband and wife, but short of a divorce.
Etymology: Attested in the 15th Century ; from separation, from separationem.
Samuel Johnson's Dictionary
Etymology: separatio, Lat. separation, Fr. from separate.
They have a dark opinion, that the soul doth live after the separation from the body. George Abbot.
Any part of our bodies, vitally united to that which is conscious in us, makes a part of ourselves; but upon separation from the vital union, by which that consciousness is communicated, that which a moment since was part of ourselves, is now no more so. John Locke.
As the confusion of tongues was a mark of separation, so the being of one language was a mark of union. Francis Bacon.
A fifteenth part of silver, incorporate with gold, will not be recovered by any matter of separation, unless you put a greater quantity of silver, which is the last refuge in separations. Francis Bacon.
Did you not hear
A buzzing of a separation
Between the king and Cath’rine? William Shakespeare.
the act of separating, or the state of being separated, or separate
the operation of removing water from steam
Etymology: [L. separatio: cf. F. sparation.]
Separation is an EP by Halou.
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Spoken Corpus Frequency
Rank popularity for the word 'separation' in Spoken Corpus Frequency: #4687
Rank popularity for the word 'separation' in Nouns Frequency: #1886
The numerical value of separation in Chaldean Numerology is: 1
The numerical value of separation in Pythagorean Numerology is: 1
Consistent with our commitment to the rule of law, we must ensure that full weight is accorded to separation-of-powers concerns moving forward.
This is not over. We will be asking the federal appeals court to expedite the ongoing appeals proceeding to halt the irreversible and imminent damage from Trump's border wall. Border communities, the environment, and our Constitution's separation of powers will be permanently harmed should Trump get away with pillaging military funds for a xenophobic border wall Congress denied.
It could dramatically change the separation of powers between the White House and the Senate if the Senate agrees we will conduct both the investigation and the trial of an impeachment, what's more, some of the proposed new witnesses include executive branch officials whose communications with the President and with other executive branch officials lie at the very core of the President's constitutional privilege.
I also believe strongly in the freedom of religion, right, and I believe strongly in the separation of church and state. So I don't believe religious doctrine should inform public policy.
Testing, tracing, treatment, mask-wearing, isolation, separation, sanitation all of those things because the sooner we do that and the sooner we have a vaccine, the sooner we crush the virus, i hope it would be an incentive for people to follow science.
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Translations for separation
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- izoliteco, izoleco, apartigoEsperanto
- erotteleminen, erottaminen, erotteluFinnish
- scaradh, deighiltIrish
- dealachadhScottish Gaelic
- elválasztás, köz, különélés, távolságHungarian
- 分離, 離縁Japanese
- divorțare, divorț, separareRomanian
- отделе́ние, разъедине́ние, разлу́ка, разделе́ниеRussian
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