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dispart

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verb dis·part \(ˌ)dis-ˈpärt\

Definition of dispart

archaic

  1. :  separate, divide



Origin of dispart

Italian & Latin; Italian dispartire, from Latin, from dis- + partire to divide — more at part


First Known Use: 1590


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