Sinónimos de inglés

Sinónimos de separation

(sustantivo) 
Definition
the act of separating
a permanent separation from his son
Sinónimos
division
a division into two independent factions
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break
There is some threat of a break in relations between them.
,
segregation
a law which will end compulsory racial segregation in prisons
, ,
severance
,
disengagement
This policy of disengagement from the war had its critics.
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dissociation
a complete dissociation from one another
,
disconnection
He hopes for a gradual disconnection from the federation.
,
disjunction
, ,
(sustantivo) 
Definition
the living apart of a married couple without divorce
They agreed to a trial separation.
Sinónimos
split-up
,
parting
Through a parting in the mist, we saw a huddle of buildings.
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split
The split from her husband was acrimonious.
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divorce
Some marriages do end in divorce.
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break-up
a marital break-up
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farewell
a touching farewell
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rift
They hope to heal the rift with their father.
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estrangement
The quarrel marked the beginning of a 20-year estrangement.
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leave-taking
For him, the leave-taking was heartbreaking.

Otros sinónimos

in the sense of break
There is some threat of a break in relations between them.
in the sense of break-up
Definition
a separation or disintegration
a marital break-up
Sinónimos
breaking,
splitting,
disintegration,
in the sense of detachment
Sinónimos
severing,
disjoining

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