Definition of on the part of (someone)
- It was a good effort on the part of all the students.
- There is a lot of sympathy for the accused woman on the part of the public.
: one of the often indefinite or unequal subdivisions into which something is or is regarded as divided and which together constitute the whole
: an essential portion or integral element
: one of several or many equal units of which something is composed or into which it is divisible : an amount equal to another amount
: to separate from or take leave of someone
: to take leave of one another
: to become separated into parts
: some person : somebody
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