Definition of 'share'
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Extremely Common. share is one of the 1000 most commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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Translations for 'share'
British English: share /ʃɛə/ NOUN
If you have or do your share of something, you have or do the amount that is reasonable or fair.
She complains that he doesn't do his fair share of the housework.
- American English: share
- Arabic: قِسْم
- Brazilian Portuguese: parte
- Chinese: 份额
- Croatian: dio
- Czech: podíl
- Danish: andel
- Dutch: aandeel
- European Spanish: parte proporcional
- Finnish: osuus
- French: part
- German: Anteil
- Greek: μερίδιο
- Italian: azione
- Japanese: 分け前
- Korean: 몫
- Norwegian: aksje
- Polish: część udział
- European Portuguese: parte
- Romanian: parte
- Russian: доля
- Latin American Spanish: parte porción que le corresponde a alguien
- Swedish: del
- Thai: ส่วนแบ่ง
- Turkish: pay
- Ukrainian: частка
- Vietnamese: phần
British English: share /ʃɛə/ VERB
If you share something with another person, you both have it, use it, do it, or experience it.
Many scientists share similar views.
- American English: share
- Arabic: يُشَارِكُ
- Brazilian Portuguese: compartilhar
- Chinese: 分享
- Croatian: dijeliti
- Czech: dělit se s někým o něco
- Danish: dele
- Dutch: delen
- European Spanish: compartir
- Finnish: jakaa muiden kanssa
- French: partager
- German: teilen
- Greek: μοιράζω
- Italian: condividere
- Japanese: 分ける
- Korean: 나누다
- Norwegian: dele
- Polish: podzielić
- European Portuguese: compartilhar
- Romanian: a împărtăși
- Russian: делить(ся)
- Latin American Spanish: compartir
- Swedish: dela gemensamt utnyttja
- Thai: แบ่งส่วน
- Turkish: paylaşmak
- Ukrainian: ділити
- Vietnamese: chia nhau
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