Apart

Frases y oraciones de ejemplo

fell apart   (se vino abajo)

The Party fell apart, leaving only a few members.

However, the co-operation fell apart later in 1745.

In 2005, the band fell apart and lost a few members.

fall apart   (desmoronarse)

Beginning in the 1980s, the myth began to fall apart.

began drinking heavily which led the Jones family to fall apart.

He wrote ""... this affair is beginning to fall apart somewhat"".

set apart   (puesto aparte)

Some books that are set apart in the Masoretic Text are grouped together.

"Over and over, Washington said that America must be something set apart.

In context, therefore, a holy order is set apart for ministry in the Church.

torn apart   (destrozado)

A family is torn apart by the advent of World War I.

The council was torn apart and a few members threatened to leave.

The two men feared that the nation would be torn apart without his leadership.

falling apart   (despedazándose)

The country was under the threat of falling apart.

The theater had an odd process of falling apart.

The British rule in India was at risk of falling apart.

apart from other   (aparte de otro)

The Amazonian manatee lacks nails on its flippers, setting it apart from other manatees.

Temporary cardiac pacing has been used in the management, apart from other supportive measures.

A New York style bagel has many characteristics that sets it apart from other styles of bagels.

far apart

Is the East, after all, so far apart from the West?

Both sides were still far apart when negotiations ended.

The wing pivot points are significantly spaced far apart.

years apart

The plot combines two love triangles set years apart.

apart from each   (aparte de cada)

They were always kept apart from each other.

We are a world apart from each other.

The petals are long, about wide and spread apart from each other.

falls apart

The carnival falls apart as Will tries to revive Jim.

Her love life falls apart as Bharani doesn't respond to any of her letters.

Ajay's "world falls apart" when he learns Priya has had an affair with Paul.

broke apart

This ball broke apart to form the rest of the Universe.

Furthermore, it broke apart as it passed close to the Sun.

The bomber broke apart, killing three of seven crew members aboard.

miles apart

The two campuses are about 10 miles apart.

These two locations, although more than 200 miles apart, are considered one location.

"My parents were country people, born hundreds of miles apart, a distance filled with difficulties.

apart when   (aparte cuando)

Both sides were still far apart when negotiations ended.

The keys are somewhat larger and spaced farther apart when in landscape mode.

Their marriage starts to fall apart when Victor begins siding with his family instead of his wife.

break apart   (romper)

But if the rotation is too much the atoms break apart.

This caused the family to break apart.

Eggs are laid as loosely adherent clumps which may break apart.

set it apart

Until recent years, Grape-Nuts packaging set it apart from other cereals, in that no sealed film bag was used.

Because of its extended isolation, Homshetsi contains many archaisms that set it apart from all other Armenian dialects.

The Office of State Superintendent of Public Instruction has requirements which set it apart from all other state offices.

split apart

The two routes split apart in Eskridge.

These streams of gas and dust can cause the nucleus to spin, and even split apart.

Greek historian Ephorus reported that a comet split apart as far back as the winter of 372–373 BC.

further apart   (más lejos)

The supporting arched trusses were built further apart and above the road deck.

Rainforests were fragmented forming shrinking 'islands' further and further apart.

The farm with housing, barns and kennel was rebuilt a little further apart in the barnyard.

taken apart

The print was taken apart and deteriorated in storage.

The two engines were taken apart, cleaned and reassembled.

The bridge was finally closed and taken apart on October 7, 2013.

feet apart

It is performed standing with the feet apart and the knees bent.

The goal posts could be from a few hundred feet apart to a few miles.

The gap was once spanned by a walled bridge with arches 6 feet apart.

sets it apart

This sets it apart from uncoupling agents such as protonophores.

A New York style bagel has many characteristics that sets it apart from other styles of bagels.

An athletic physique in a small size is what sets it apart from other pony breeds and warmblood horses.

drifted apart

During this period, the band drifted apart.

We had drifted apart, personality-wise.

The Cardinals performed into the early 1960s and then drifted apart for the last time.

set them apart

The band pursued a mind blowing speed and technical brand of Thrash that soon set them apart from the pack.

It is a rather unique species from a notably old group of fishes, possessing several traits than set them apart from their close relatives.

From their essentially political position, they developed extreme doctrines that set them apart from both mainstream Sunni and Shia Muslims.