Definition of apart from in English:

apart from

1Except for: the whole world seemed to be sleeping, apart from Barbara
More example sentences
  • It went quite well, apart from the bit at the beginning where they didn't switch on my microphone.
  • According to these diagnoses the patient seems quite normal apart from having mad ideas.
  • The attack was not severe, and he was quite well apart from the slight cough and a runny nose.
Synonyms
2In addition to; as well as: quite apart from all the work, he had such financial problems
More example sentences
  • Quite apart from the aforementioned lovely inhabitants, the city itself is great.
  • The fried rice was covered in too much oil for my taste and apart from that it was quite boring.
  • For it is scientific fact that women are different, quite apart from the obvious.
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