Definition of 'parting'
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It was a good parting of the ways. The Sun (2016)His parting shot surprised some ministers. Times, Sunday Times (2017)It is hard to see how he can stay in his current position for much longer and a parting of the ways seems inevitable. The Sun (2016)One parting shot proved that he departed under something of a cloud. Paul VI - The First Modern Pope (1993)It was a really nice parting gift. The Sun (2008)Take a deep side parting using a comb to section off your hair. The Sun (2012)The cruising speed of a car is a bit like the natural parting in your hair. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Here he has a flower in his lapel and a parting in the middle of his hair. Times, Sunday Times (2015)We need a unified team going forward and we are arranging the parting of the ways. Times, Sunday Times (2011)She has a pink streak in her hair along her parting. Times, Sunday Times (2011)This led to a parting of the ways between the owner of the life and its compiler. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Make a straight side parting and secure hair into a low ponytail opposite. The Sun (2010)The sad parting of the ways is almost upon us. The Sun (2012)The origins of this great parting of the ways can be traced back at least a decade. Times, Sunday Times (2010)The diva appeared to be one clump short of a full head as she sported a middle parting. The Sun (2008)Next, comb in a deep side parting and fix in place with hairspray. The Sun (2014)My thoughts had been much occupied over these last days with the problem of what to give my special friends as a parting gift. THE LAST OF THE GENTLEMEN ADVENTURERS: Coming of Age in the Arctic (2004)I had a centre parting with curly hair. The Sun (2012)In time the dreams began to fade like old photographs in the sunlight in the slow, final parting. THE ZANZIBAR CHEST: A Memoir of Love and War (2003)His parting shot: 'Let me know how you get on without the heat. Times, Sunday Times (2008)He received a religious history book as a parting gift; she was sent to an aunt in Tiverton. Times, Sunday Times (2008)That turned out to be his parting gift to his boyhood club as he heads for the Theatre of Dreams in great shape. The Sun (2011)It was a deluded parting shot from a captain whose lack of runs has been the single biggest reason for England's wretched performances. The Sun (2015)STEP 4 Part the hair in a deep side parting. Times, Sunday Times (2007)
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Translations for 'parting'
British English: parting /ˈpɑːtɪŋ/ NOUN
leaving Parting is the act of leaving a particular person or place.
After her parting with Jackson she lived in Provence.
- American English: parting
- Arabic: فُرَاقٌ
- Brazilian Portuguese: despedida
- Chinese: 分别
- Croatian: rastanak
- Czech: loučení
- Danish: afsked
- Dutch: afscheid
- European Spanish: despedida
- Finnish: lähtö
- French: séparation
- German: Abschied
- Greek: χωρισμός
- Italian: separazione
- Japanese: 別れ
- Korean: 출발
- Norwegian: avskjed
- Polish: rozdzielanie
- European Portuguese: partida
- Romanian: despărțire
- Russian: отъезд
- Spanish: despedida
- Swedish: avsked farväl
- Thai: การจากกัน
- Turkish: ayrılış
- Ukrainian: розставання
- Vietnamese: sự chia tay
British English: parting ADJECTIVE
Your parting words or actions are the things that you say or do as you are leaving a place or person.
Her parting words left him feeling empty and alone.
- American English: parting
- Brazilian Portuguese: de despedida
- Chinese: 离别的
- European Spanish: de despedida
- French: d'adieu
- German: Abschieds-
- Italian: d'addio
- Japanese: 別れの
- Korean: 작별의
- European Portuguese: de despedida
- Spanish: de despedida
British English: parting NOUN
in hair The parting in someone's hair is the line running from the front to the back of their head where their hair lies in different directions.
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