- adv. 相距；分开地；分别地
- adj. 分开的；分离的
- 相隔；相距 separated by a distance, of space or time
- 向一边；在一边 to or on one side
- 不在一起；分离地 not together; separate or separately
- 拆开，成碎片 into separate pieces; broken or divided into many different parts or pieces
- 除去，撇开 without considering;aside
remote and separate physically or socially;
"existed over the centuries as a world apart"
"preserved because they inhabited a place apart"
"tiny isolated villages remote from centers of civilization"
"an obscure village"
having characteristics not shared by others;
"scientists felt they were a group apart"
separated or at a distance in place or position or time;
"These towns are many miles apart"
"stood with his legs apart"
"born two years apart"
not taken into account or excluded from consideration;
"these problems apart, the country is doing well"
"all joking aside, I think you're crazy"
away from another or others;
"they grew apart over the years"
"kept apart from the group out of shyness"
"decided to live apart"
placed or kept separate and distinct as for a purpose;
"had a feeling of being set apart"
"quality sets it apart"
"a day set aside for relaxing"
one from the other;
"people can't tell the twins apart"
into parts or pieces;
"he took his father's watch apart"
- The two villages are three miles apart.
- He took the watch apart to repair it.
- She lives apart from her family.
- I can't tell the twins apart.
- At that time we were never apart.
- They straightened and jumped apart.
- He and his wife are living apart .
- Aitken and his wife have been living apart .
- How far apart do you live?
- Over the years, Rosie and I had drifted apart .
- The boxers stood apart, waiting for the signal to start fighting.
- The man was alone, sitting apart, watching people come and go.
- This problem should be handled apart.
- We planted the trees wide apart.
- I was sitting somewhat apart from the rest.
- She lives apart from her parents.
- The boy was standing apart from the others.
- The shy child sat apart from the other children.
- While they talked of him,he stood a little apart from the others.
- The house stands apart from the village.
- The kitchen stood apart from the house.
- The station stands apart form the city.
- Bribery apart, there is almost no method of persuasion that is not allowed.
- Colin apart, not one of them seems suitable for the job.
- Considered apart, his reasoning was faulty.
- Cooking apart, what a bride needs to know most about is money.
- These difficulties apart, the project ran smoothly.
- They live on the same street, about two blocks apart.
- When you're apart you rely so heavily on the phone to keep in touch.
- During that time we were never apart.
- She was being apart,so far apart that he did not know how to draw near to her as a lover should draw near.
- The two villages are very far apart.
- The brothers were outwardly friendly; inwardly they were far apart.
- Galbraith's views and my own are not far apart on the issue of free trade.
- They should be as far apart as possible.
- Their views are still wide apart.
- Their views are still very much apart.
- I was used to being apart from others.
- The couple were widely apart in character.
- The two brothers were farther apart than ever in their ideas.
- They look alike but in ideas they are completely apart.
- Other religions think of God as being completely apart.
- When the talks ended, the two sides seemed as far apart as ever.
- The two friends have grown apart.
- As we traveled together, we started to grow apart.
- The communities generally got too far apart .
- His house was set apart from the others in the street.
- The garage, large enough for two cars, is set apart from the house.
- The fund is set apart for future use.
- Yugoslavia was being torn apart by ethnic conflicts.
- He had the television apart on the floor.
- I can't get these two things apart.
- Don't tear the thing apart.
- He tore the cooked chicken apart and began to eat it.
- The explosion tore the body of the plane apart .
- Please set the money apart for future use.
- He sets some money apart for a vacation each year.
- I rushed in and tried to pull the dogs apart .
- These pages are stuck together — I can't pull them apart.
- Let's keep the two things apart.
- The children are fighting.Please keep them apart.
- The explosion blew the building apart.
- We managed to drag the two men apart before they could harm each other.
- Why does she hold herself apart?
- She keeps herself apart from other people.
- He stood with his feet apart.
- Stand with your feet wide apart and lower the top half of your body to the floor.
- He became a man apart.
- These rooms in the hotel are a place apart —only for the very rich who want the greatest comfort.
- The Swiss economy is a case apart; unlike any other.
- This is a case which merits examination apart .
- The two villages are three miles apart .
- Their houses are two miles apart.
- The bus stops are about a kilometer apart.
- They were born two years apart.
- The two women had their babies about four weeks apart.
- Our birthdays are only a week apart.
- Two surveys carried out 30 years apart show little change in attitude to childcare.
- Plant the seeds 25cm apart.
- Plant the tomatoes two feet apart.
- We were asked to stand in two lines 3 meters apart.
- What's the age difference between you and your brother—two or three years apart?
- Our houses are only a few streets apart.
- apart from
即便不考虑…也quite apart from; used for saying that even if you ignore one thing, there is still another important fact or question to consider
- come〔fall〕 apart
解体；崩溃 dissolve; dismember
- joking apart
严肃地说，认真地说 speaking seriously
- poles apart
完全不同，没有共同的特性、观点等widely separated;having no shared quality,idea,etc.
严厉批评某人或某事criticize sb or sth severely
区分，区别be able to see the difference between;distinguish one from other
- worlds apart
- break apart 解体
- break sth apart 把某物折断或分开
- come apart 破碎
- cut sth apart 切开
- draw apart 拉开；越离越远
- drift apart 漂离；疏远
- fall apart 分裂；崩溃
- joking apart 认真地说
- keep sth apart 使…分离
- know apart 区分开
- live apart 夫妻分居
- live far apart from each other 彼此住得很远
- pull sth apart 把…拉开；批驳
- push sth apart 把…推开
- rip sth apart 撕开；捣乱
- set apart 分别摆放
- set sb apart 使某人与众不同，技高一筹
- stand apart 不合群；避开
- stand far apart facing each other 遥遥相对
- take sth apart 拆开；严厉批评
- tear sth apart 撕裂，拆开
- tell apart 区分开
- view each idea apart 分别审察每一种办法
- walk apart 各自行走
Thy heart is big, get thee apart and weep.出自：Julius Caesar , Shakespeare
The precise period at which the Commons first sat apart from the Lords is unknown.出自： H. P. Brougham
Their experience had set them apart and the effect was to make me feel childish and cut off.出自： V. S. Pritchett
- apart在句中常置于形容词、副词之后或句尾作状语，也可置于名词之后作后置定语，还可用于动词get, hold, keep, pull, put, tear, tell之后或介词with之后作宾语补足语，这时后面常接表示目的的动词不定式作状语。
- apart表示具体的时间或距离时须置于数量短语之后。询问相隔多远时要用How far apart...?
- apart from, besides, except (for)
- 这组词语都可译为“除了”，但含义并不相同：except (for)表示排除意义，即“除了…别无”； besides表示补充意义，即“除了…尚有”；而apart from 则既表示排除意义，又可以表示补充意义。
- ☆ 14世纪晚期进入英语，直接源自古法语的apart，意为到一边去；最初源自拉丁语的ad (去） + partem (一边）。