Definition Divide

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Definition

a divide (between two generations): a split, a gap, a separation, an alienation (between two generations)
noun

to divide (a cake) into (slices): to split, to cut, to separate (a cake) into (slices)
verb

to divide (public opinion): to split, to separate, to break up, to part (public opinion)
verb

Examples

  • "I'd like your opinion on the North versus South divide."
  • "Brian : Born to an exotic dancer named "Ecstasy" and a hot dog vendor named Larry, Philip Cheeter was always divided between his passion for romance and his devotion to sales."
  • "Your contribution is currently divided into a portfolio of American mutual funds, stocks and bonds."
  • "Bruno : I will now divide you into two teams. Each team will have a diabolically difficult task."
  • "I know opinion is divided on the subject, but I've always been a firm believer in not doing drugs before an interview."
  • "New president of Europe Brian Alistair Jones, the winner in a hotly contested election that divided citizens over issues such as a national cheese, sits in his office with a reflective look on his face."
  • "let's take our money, and divide it into thirds!"

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