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Synonyms for segregate

set apart

Synonyms for segregate

Antonyms for segregate

someone who is or has been segregated

separate by race or religion

divide from the main body or mass and collect

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separate or isolate (one thing) from another and place in a group apart from others

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Residents used to throw all wastes in garbage bins which take too much time to segregate at the recycling plants and degrade the value of the recycling materials but if they are already segregated at home and disposed in designated chutes, it will give better value for recyclables and save much time," he said.
Smaller campuses, for example, that have only one dining hall now will have to build a new and separate dining hall and some academics have complained that it will be impossible to segregate all classes, pointing to specialized classes that only draw a dozen students a year.
The circular stipulates that it is mandatory for all shopping malls to properly and effectively segregate the recyclable wastes such as plastics, papers, can, glass, metal and wood from the wastes designated for disposal.
The official pointed out that the municipality had started an experimental initiative to segregate recyclable and organic wastes at source by collecting it directly from houses by placing separate waste bins for each item in collaboration with the private sector companies from this March.
Margaret Cole, FSA director of enforcement and financial crime, said the penalty sent out a strong message to firms that they need to segregate client money.
Margaret Cole, the FSA director of enforcement and financial crime, said the penalty sent out "a strong message" to f i rms to segregate client money.
Metallic and semi-conductor nanotubes segregate because they attract different loads of surfactant molecules, the scientists speculate.
A 13-year-old scuba diver, firefighter cadet and kung fu student who filed a lawsuit against the Livingston Parish School Board in New Orleans in a first-of-its-kind case over its plans to segregate her middle school by sex won.
"The need to color segregate glass for recycling puts people off," the toolkit states.
It takes a unique combination of engineering and tax expertise to properly analyze construction information, compute industry-standard estimates and identify and segregate the subcomponent costs needed for cost segregation, however.
The OCL claims that an inquest "would shed light on the higher risk people face when they are housed in congregate-care facilities that segregate them from life in the community."
Schools like Harvey Milk don't exist to segregate LGBT youth.
This link prompted the development of homes for the feeble-minded to segregate them from the broader community.
The European-mandated need to segregate gene-spliced foods will raise production costs and pose a particular disadvantage to products in this competitive market with low profit margins.
Asking your processor to segregate your material from other foundries with approved materials may raise "red flags" and eliminate your foundry by-products from many beneficial use applications.