### divide

- IPA[dɪˈvʌɪd]

英式

- separate or be separated into parts；separate (something) into portions and share out among a number of people
- a difference or disagreement between two groups, typically producing tension；a boundary between two things

#### verb:

**divide**, 3rd person present:**divides**, gerund or present participle:**dividing**, past tense:**divided**, past participle:**divided**

- 釋義
- 片語

### 動詞

- 1. separate or be separated into parts consumer magazines can be divided into a number of categories the cell clusters began to
**divide**rapidly 同義詞 反義詞 - ▪ separate (something) into portions and share out among a number of people Jack divided up the rest of the cash profits from his single were divided between a number of charities 同義詞
- ▪ allocate (different parts of one's time or efforts) to different activities or places the last years of her life were divided between Bermuda and Paris
- ▪ form a boundary between (two people or things) glass panels
**divide**the bar from the TV room 同義詞 反義詞 - ▪ (of a legislative assembly) separate or be separated into two groups for voting the House divided: Ayes 287, Noes 196 the Party decided to put down an amendment and thus
**divide**the House - 2. disagree or cause to disagree the question had divided Frenchmen since the Revolution cities where politicians frequently
**divide**along racial lines - 3. find how many times (a number) contains another 36 divided by 2 equals 18
- ▪ (of a number) be susceptible of division without a remainder 30 does not
**divide**by 8 - ▪ find how many times (a number) is contained in another
**divide**4 into 20 - ▪ (of a number) be contained in a number without a remainder 3 divides into 15

### 名詞

- 1. a difference or disagreement between two groups, typically producing tension there was still a profound cultural
**divide**between the parties - ▪ a boundary between two things symbolically, the difference of sex is a
**divide** - ▪ a ridge or line of high ground forming the division between two valleys or river systems.