apart

英 [ə'pɑːt] 美 [ə'pɑrt]
  • adv. 相距;与众不同地;分离着
  • adj. 分离的;与众不同的
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a-,向,往,part,分开,部分。

apart
apart: [14] English acquired apart from Old French apart, where it was based on the Latin phrase ā parte ‘at or to the side’ (Latin pars, part- is the source of English part). By the time it came into English it already contained the notion of separation.
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apart (adv.)
late 14c., from Old French à part "to the side," from Latin ad "to" (see ad-) + partem, accusative of pars "a side" (see part (n.)).
1. Sometimes things have to fall apart to make way for better things.
有时候要到达谷底,才会慢慢变好。

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2. Don't think it hasn't torn me apart to be away from you.
不骗你,离开你让我痛苦万分。

来自柯林斯例句

3. Many school buildings are unsafe, and some are falling apart.
许多校舍不安全,有些简直是摇摇欲坠。

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4. Their two faces were hardly more than eighteen inches apart.
他俩的脸相隔还不到18英寸。

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5. The party was torn apart by wrangles over fiscal policy.
该党内部因为在财政政策上争执不休而出现了分裂。

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