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Correct spelling for the English word "part" is [p_ˈɑː_t], [pˈɑːt], [pˈɑːt]] (IPA phonetic alphabet).

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Definition of PART

  1. Some but not all of a thing or number of things, as(a) p. of it was spoilt, (a) p. of them have arrived, (a) great part of this is true, most p. (the majority) of them failed; division of book &c., esp. as much as is issued at one time; portion of animal body; the(privy) pp.; each of several equal portions of a whole, as three pp. (quarters), 19 pp. (twentieths), take 3 pp. of sugar, 5 of flour, 2 of ground rice, &c.; portion allotted, share, esp. have neither p. nor lot(no concern) in; ART& p.; person\'s share in action, his duty, as I have done my p., it was not my p. to interfere; character assigned to actor on stage; words spoken by actor on stage; copy of these; (fig.) play a noble, an unworthy, p., behave nobly &c.; play a p., act deceitfully; (Mus.) each of the successions of notes that make up a harmony, melody assigned to particular voice or instrument; (pl., archaic) abilities, as a man of(good) pp.; region, as a stranger in these pp.; side in dispute; p. & parcel, essential p.; p. of speech, each of the grammatical classes of words(noun, adjective, pronoun, verb, adverb, preposition, conjunction, interjection); for the most p., in most cases, mostly; take p., assist(in doing, in discussion &c.); take the p. of, support, back up; for my p., as far as I am concerned; in p., partly; take(words, action) in good p., not be offended at; on the p. of, proceeding from, done &c. by, as there was no objection on my p.; p.-owner, one who owns in common with others; p.-song, song for three or more voice-parts, usu. without accompaniment, & in simple harmony. [old English]

Anagrams of PART

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Common Misspellings for PART

Below is the list of 451 misspellings for the word "part".

Similar spelling words for PART

Usage Examples for PART

  1. It was time for Reddy to do his part. - "Old Granny Fox" by Thornton W. Burgess
  2. The husband's part seemed well done. - "The Damnation of Theron Ware" by Harold Frederic
  3. This is where you're to wait, my man announced, and where my part of the business is done. - "Lord John in New York" by C. N. Williamson A. M. Williamson
  4. I've only seen three of it, and part of that-. - "Castle Richmond" by Anthony Trollope
  5. How can you bear to part with them? - "The Complete PG Edition of The Works of Winston Churchill" by Winston Churchill

What does part stand for?

Abbreviation PART means:

  1. Parent Association for the Retarded of Texas
  2. Program Assessment Review Tool

Conjugate verb Part

CONDITIONAL PERFECT

I would have parted
you would have parted
he/she/it would have parted
we would have parted
they would have parted
I would have part
you would have part
he/she/it would have part
we would have part
they would have part

CONDITIONAL PERFECT PROGRESSIVE

I would have been parting
you would have been parting
he/she/it would have been parting
we would have been parting
they would have been parting

CONDITIONAL PRESENT

I would part
you would part
he/she/it would part
we would part
they would part

CONDITIONAL PRESENT PROGRESSIVE

I would be parting
you would be parting
he/she/it would be parting
we would be parting
they would be parting

FUTURE

I will part
you will part
he/she/it will part
we will part
they will part

FUTURE CONTINUOUS

I will be parting
you will be parting
he/she/it will be parting
we will be parting
they will be parting

FUTURE PERFECT

I will have parted
you will have parted
he/she/it will have parted
we will have parted
they will have parted

FUTURE PERFECT CONTINUOUS

I will have been parting
you will have been parting
he/she/it will have been parting
we will have been parting
they will have been parting

IMPERATIVE

you part
we let´s part

NONFINITE VERB FORMS

to part

PAST CONTINUOUS

I was parting
you were parting
he/she/it was parting
we were parting
they were parting

PAST PARTICIPLE

parted

PAST PERFECT

I had parted
you had parted
he/she/it had parted
we had parted
they had parted

PAST PERFECT CONTINUOUS

I had been parting
you had been parting
he/she/it had been parting
we had been parting
they had been parting

PRESENT

I part
you part
he/she/it parts
we part
they part

PRESENT CONTINUOUS

I am parting
you are parting
he/she/it is parting
we are parting
they are parting

PRESENT PARTICIPLE

parting

PRESENT PERFECT

I have parted
you have parted
he/she/it has parted
we have parted
they have parted

PRESENT PERFECT CONTINUOUS

I have been parting
you have been parting
he/she/it has been parting
we have been parting
they have been parting

PRESENT SUBJUNCTIVE

he/she/it part

SIMPLE PAST

I parted
you parted
he/she/it parted
we parted
they parted
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