Definition of 'share'
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You have the energy and steady emotions to make sure family responsibilities are shared out fairly. The Sun (2012)Websites can be used to share information without the need for printed documents. Times, Sunday Times (2007)We also have to make sure prosperity is shared broadly. Times, Sunday Times (2015)We all love music and want to share it with people. The Sun (2013)Prices based on two people sharing a twin room and subject to availability. Times, Sunday Times (2008)YOU'RE climbing the career ladder and just bursting to share your valuable experience with younger colleagues. Times, Sunday Times (2006)The inherent virtue of socialism is the equal sharing of miseries. Times, Sunday Times (2016)The imaginary gifts often reflect the wish of group members to share a part of themselves. Trauma and Recovery (1992)Yet it is a poor relation that fails to win its fair share of resources. Times, Sunday Times (2011)You find a subtle way to redesign a relationship so pleasures and responsibilities are shared fairly. The Sun (2011)Tell her you love her and miss what you used to share together. The Sun (2013)The share price has broadly trebled over the past three years. Times, Sunday Times (2015)The firm prides itself on keeping people informed and sharing knowledge. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Prices based on two people sharing a twin cabin. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Price per person on four sharing. The Sun (2009)Have group members share the attributes they've written on their cards. Christianity Today (2000)His total interest represents 1.54 per cent of the issued share capital in the company. Times, Sunday Times (2007)In the large group, share these messages and discuss whether or not they fit in with your own philosophy. 50 Ways to Become a Self-Confident Woman (1989)I'd wager that car sharing makes petrol company bosses want to slap their foreheads very hard indeed. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Depending on your circumstances, you might prefer to buy back your share of the business at a much reduced cost to settle the residual debt. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Alternatively, the incoming business partner could buy a share in the LLP direct from the current members. Times, Sunday Times (2015)
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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
- 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)
- Spanish: compartir
- Swedish: dela gemensamt utnyttja
- Thai: แบ่งส่วน
- Turkish: paylaşmak
- Ukrainian: ділити
- Vietnamese: chia nhau
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