Subpart



noun
1.
a portion or division of a whole that is separate or distinct; piece, fragment, fraction, or section; constituent:
the rear part of the house; to glue the two parts together.
2.
an essential or integral attribute or quality:
a sense of humor is part of a healthy personality.
3.
a section or division of a literary work.
4.
a portion, member, or organ of an animal body.
5.
any of a number of more or less equal quantities that compose a whole or into which a whole is divided:
Use two parts sugar to one part cocoa.
6.
an allotted portion; share.
7.
Usually, parts.

a region, quarter, or district:
a journey to foreign parts.
a quality or attribute establishing the possessor as a person of importance or superior worth:
Being both a diplomat and a successful businesswoman, she is widely regarded as a woman of parts.

8.
either of the opposing sides in a contest, question, agreement, etc.
9.
the dividing line formed in separating the hair of the head and combing it in different directions.
10.
a constituent piece of a machine or tool either included at the time of manufacture or set in place as a replacement for the original piece.
11.
Music.

the written or printed matter extracted from the score that a single performer or section uses in the performance of concerted music:
a horn part.
a section or division of a composition:
the allegro part of the first movement.

12.
participation, interest, or concern in something; role:
The neighbors must have had some part in planning the surprise party.
13.
a person’s share in or contribution to some action; duty, function, or office:
You must do your part if we’re to finish by tonight.
14.
a character or role acted in a play or sustained in real life.
verb (used with object)
15.
to divide (a thing) into parts; break; cleave; divide.
16.
to comb (the hair) away from a dividing line.
17.
to divide into shares; distribute in parts; apportion.
18.
to put or keep apart; separate:
They parted the calves from the herd.
19.
Metallurgy.

to separate (silver) from gold in refining.
to cut (one part) away from a piece, as an end from a billet.
to keep the surface of (a casting) separate from the sand of the mold.

20.
Obsolete. to leave.
verb (used without object)
21.
to be or become divided into parts; break or cleave:
The oil tanker parted amidships.
22.
to go or come apart; separate, as two or more things.
23.
to go apart from or leave one another, as persons:
We’ll part no more.
24.
to be or become separated from something else (usually followed by from).
25.
Nautical. to break or become torn apart, as a cable.
26.
to depart.
27.
to die.
adjective
28.
partial; of a part:
part owner.
adverb
29.
in part; partly:
part black.
Verb phrases
30.
part with, to give up (property, control, etc.); relinquish:
to part with one’s money.
Idioms
31.
for one’s part, as far as concerns one:
For my part, you can do whatever you please.
32.
for the most part, with respect to the greatest part; on the whole; generally; usually; mostly:
They are good students, for the most part.
33.
in good part,

without offense; in a good-natured manner; amiably:
She was able to take teasing in good part.
to a great extent; largely:
His success is in good part ascribable to dogged determination.

34.
in part, in some measure or degree; to some extent; partly; partially:
The crop failure was due in part to unusual weather conditions.
35.
on the part of,

so far as pertains to or concerns one:
He expressed appreciation on the part of himself and his colleagues.
as done or manifested by:
attention on the part of the audience.

Also, on one’s part.
36.
part and parcel, an essential, necessary, or integral part:
Her love for her child was part and parcel of her life.
37.
part company,

to bid farewell or go separate ways; leave one another.
to dissolve a personal affiliation, relationship, etc., especially because of irreconcilable differences.
to disagree.

38.
take part, to participate; share or partake:
They refused to take part in any of the activities of the community.
39.
take someone’s part, to align oneself with; support; defend:
His parents took his part, even though he was obviously in the wrong.
noun
1.
a piece or portion of a whole
2.
an integral constituent of something: dancing is part of what we teach
3.

an amount less than the whole; bit: they only recovered part of the money
(as modifier): an old car in part exchange for a new one

4.
one of several equal or nearly equal divisions: mix two parts flour to one part water
5.

an actor’s role in a play
the speech and actions which make up such a role
a written copy of these

6.
a person’s proper role or duty: everyone must do his part
7.
(often pl) region; area: you’re well known in these parts
8.
(anatomy) any portion of a larger structure
9.
a component that can be replaced in a machine, engine, etc: spare parts
10.
(US & Canadian, Austral) the line of scalp showing when sections of hair are combed in opposite directions British equivalent parting
11.
(music)

one of a number of separate melodic lines making up the texture of music
one of such melodic lines, which is assigned to one or more instrumentalists or singers: the viola part, the soprano solo part
such a line performed from a separately written or printed copy See part song

12.
for the most part, generally
13.
for one’s part, as far as one is concerned
14.
in part, to some degree; partly
15.
of many parts, having many different abilities
16.
on the part of, on behalf of
17.
part and parcel, an essential ingredient
18.
play a part

to pretend to be what one is not
(foll by in) to have something to do (with); be instrumental (in): to play a part in the king’s downfall

19.
take in good part, to respond to (teasing) with good humour
20.
take part in, to participate in
21.
take someone’s part, to support someone in an argument
verb
22.
to divide or separate from one another; take or come apart: to part the curtains, the seams parted when I washed the dress
23.
to go away or cause to go away from one another; stop or cause to stop seeing each other: the couple parted amicably
24.
(intransitive) foll by from. to leave; say goodbye (to)
25.
(intransitive) foll by with. to relinquish, esp reluctantly: I couldn’t part with my teddy bear
26.
(transitive) foll by from. to cause to relinquish, esp reluctantly: he’s not easily parted from his cash
27.
(intransitive) to split; separate: the path parts here
28.
(transitive) to arrange (the hair) in such a way that a line of scalp is left showing
29.
(intransitive) a euphemism for die1 (sense 1)
30.
(intransitive) (archaic) to depart
31.
part company

to end a friendship or association, esp as a result of a quarrel; separate: they were in partnership, but parted company last year
(foll by with) to leave; go away from; be separated from

adverb
32.
to some extent; partly

part (pärt)
n.

A portion, division, piece, or segment of a whole.

Any of several equal portions or fractions that can constitute a whole or into which a whole can be divided.

An organ, a member, or another division of an organism.

An anatomical part; pars.

parts The external genitalia.

part

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