Sell also: break, character, component, contribution, depart, divide, division, function, office, partially, parting, partly, percentage, persona, piece, portion, region, role, section, separate, share, split, start, voice
• Noun: something determined in relation to something that includes it; examples: "he wanted to feel a part of something bigger than himself", "I read a portion of the manuscript", "the smaller component is hard to reach"
• Noun: the extended spatial location of something; examples: "the farming regions of France", "religions in all parts of the world", "regions of outer space"
• Noun: in so far as the actor specified is concerned; examples: "it requires vigilance on our part", "they resisted every effort on his part"
• Noun: something less than the whole of a human artifact; examples: "the rear part of the house", "glue the two parts together"
• Noun: one of the portions into which something is regarded as divided and which together constitute a whole; examples: "the written part of the exam", "the finance section of the company", "the BBC's engineering division"
• Noun: the actions and activities assigned to or required or expected of a person or group; examples: "the function of a teacher", "the government must do its part", "play its role"
• Noun: a portion of a natural object; examples: "they analyzed the river into three parts", "he needed a piece of granite"
• Noun: an actor's portrayal of someone in a play; example: "she played the part of Desdemona"
• Noun: assets belonging to or due to or contributed by an individual person or group; example: "he wanted his share in cash"
• Noun: any one of a number of individual efforts in a common endeavor; examples: "I am proud of my contribution to the team's success", "they all did their share of the work"
• Noun: the melody carried by a particular voice or instrument in polyphonic music; example: "he tried to sing the tenor part"
• Noun: a line of scalp that can be seen when sections of hair are combed in opposite directions; example: "his part was right in the middle"
• Verb: go one's own way; move apart; example: "The friends separated after the party"
• Verb: discontinue an association or relation; go different ways; examples: "The business partners broke over a tax question", "The couple separated after 25 years of marriage", "My friend and I split up"
• Verb: leave; example: "The family took off for Florida"
• Verb: come apart; example: "The two pieces that we had glued separated"
• Verb: force, take, or pull apart; examples: "He separated the fighting children", "Moses parted the Red Sea"
• Adv: in part; in some degree; not wholly; examples: "I felt partly to blame", "He was partially paralyzed"
I show them the funny part, the silly part, the laughing part, the crazy part and then the really deep, deep part where I'm talking from my heart to these people. Because I've been through everything they've been through.
I'm part of the consumer culture... I'm just using the space I am given to express something that is out of the space so I'm part of the consumer system but I'm advocating stepping out. Which is a contradiction but I could be part of he consumer system and say, 'let's consume even more.'
Ireland has made its choice for the future and it has chosen the version of Irishness it will build. I know, and I will work with head and heart to be part of it with all of you in creating that future one in which all of us can be part of and part of us too.
Well, I mean, we are developing the other parts, and we can't give quite all our attention to the upper part, but soon the lower parts will be developed, and the upper part and the lower part will become partners, that will be wonderful.
If I'm teaching girls that do love to make cookies and do love fashion - that they can use math as a part of that - you think that's me saying, come on girls you belong in the kitchen, you belong shopping? Or, do you think it's me showing them how math is part of all their life, even the part they thought it had nothing to do with?
I mean, the part you don't like, I mean, that's the only part. That's the part no one likes, and that is the criticisms, and the unfair criticisms, I might add, of my husband. But that's also just a fact of life in politics.
German is more familiar now since I live part of the year in Rome and part in the German part of Switzerland. But it's not difficult to sing in German; it's difficult to feel in German. This takes time. It's a culture.
You were able to sing something they related to instantly, because it was part of what you felt. It was part of what you had already traveled through. It's part of the people you were associating with daily. It was all of that.