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Synonyms for divide

to make a division into parts, sections, or branches

to separate into branches or branchlike parts

to become or cause to become apart one from another

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The Cold War Ideological Divide (the Soviet-East-American-West) Divide
The tracks get EUR6,000 a race now and we submitted a proposal that the tracks would contribute to a divide but that has not yet happened.
He divides the volume into two parts: (1) an argument for his methodological approach and (2) a thematic exploration of the theology of the Bible.
Stoking cultural divides has been a long-standing tradition in American life as a way to energize the (political) base.
Based on that information, the court then divides the assets and decides the amount and duration of support, if any.
If none of the integers divides evenly into the given number, the target is a prime.
In a free society, divides occur naturally as new technologies emerge, spurring progress and advancement for all of society.
net) as part of the union's effort to find ways to form partnerships to help working families bridge the digital and information divides.
When a partnership divides into two or more partnerships, Sec.
It is the world's leading non-profit bridging the digital and academic divides through digital education and provides digital education to millions across the U.
These divides derive from different visions of America, colliding world views that have gridlocked our government for too long.
When a cell divides, the nuclear membrane breaks down, allowing identical sets of chromosomes to segregate into the cell's two progeny.
LOS ANGELES -- Elected officials, policymakers and experts met today in Los Angeles to examine the state's growing economic, geographic and digital divides.
When a normal cell divides, it painstakingly creates a pair of cells having the same number of chromosomes.
Muslims are now bottled up on the eastern bank of the Neretva River, which divides the city; the Croats control the west and access to Croatia and the coast.