Synonyms of part in English:

part

noun

  • 1 the last part of the cake a large part of their life
    bit, slice, chunk, lump, hunk, wedge, fragment, scrap, piece; portion, proportion, percentage, fraction
    [Antonyms] whole
  • 2 car parts
  • 3 body parts
    part of the body, organ, limb, member
  • 4 the third part of the book
    section, division, volume, chapter, act, scene, installment
  • 5 another part of the country
  • 6 the part of Juliet
    (theatrical) role, character, persona
  • 7 she's learning her part
    lines, words, script, speech; libretto, lyrics, score
  • 8 he was jailed for his part in the affair
    involvement, role, function, hand, work, responsibility, capacity, position, participation, contribution
    informal bit
  • verb

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  • 1 the curtains parted
    separate, divide (in two), split (in two), move apart
    [Antonyms] join
  • 2 we parted on bad terms
    leave, take one's leave, say goodbye/farewell, say one's goodbyes/farewells, go one's (separate) ways, split, go away, depart
    [Antonyms] meet
  • adjective

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  • 1 a part payment
    incomplete, partial, half, semi-, limited, inadequate, insufficient, unfinished
    [Antonyms] complete
  • adverb

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  • 1 it is part finished
    to a certain extent/degree, to some extent/degree, partly, partially, in part, half, relatively, comparatively, (up) to a point, somewhat; not totally, not entirely, (very) nearly, almost, just about, all but
    [Antonyms] completely
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    Phrases

    for the most part

    in part

    the water damage is due in part to the clogged guttersto a certain extent/degreeto some extent/degreepartlypartiallyslightlyin some measure(up) to a point

    on the part of

    there is increased interest in these coins on the part of collectors(made/done) bycarried out bycaused byfrom

    part with

    Danielle could not part with her stuffed animalsgive up/awayrelinquishforgosurrenderhand overdeliver updispose of

    take part

    anyone who cares to can take partparticipatejoin inget involvedenterplay a part/rolebe a participantcontributehave a handhelpassistlend a hand informalget in on the act

    take part in

    all students must take part in this course before the end of junior yearparticipate inengage injoin inget involved inshare inplay a part/role inbe a participant incontribute tobe associated withhave a hand in

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