Definition of partite in English:

partite

Syllabification: par·tite
Pronunciation: /ˈpärˌtīt
 
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adjective

[usually in combination]
1Divided into parts.
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  • The music and demonstration shall be accompanied by visitors from Birches and Sterling who are looking forward to the hospitality and festivities provided under this ‘The partite cooperation’.
1.1 Botany & Zoology (Especially of a leaf or an insect’s wing) divided to or nearly to the base.

Origin

late 16th century: from Latin partitus 'divided up', past participle of partiri.

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