separation englannista suomeksi
lajittelu, erottelu, luokittelu
The act or condition of two or more people being separated from one another.
(quote-book)|chapter=19|url=http://www.gutenberg.org/files/202/202-h/202-h.htm|passage=We were a band of brothers, and never dearer to each other than now. The thought which gave us the most pain, was the probable separation which would now take place, in case we were sold off to the far south, as we were likely to be.
(quote-book)|location=Orlando|publisher=Harcourt|chapter=10|page=141|url=https://archive.org/details/reluctantfundame00hami_0|passage=(..) my longing for her was undiminished despite our months of near-complete separation.
(quote-book)|chapter=44|url=http://www.gutenberg.org/files/967/967-h/967-h.htm|passage=‘If he dares to refuse me a separation, I’ll have one in law—I can—and I hope this will be a warning to all girls who have seen this disgraceful exhibition.’
(quote-book)|location=Toronto|publisher=Vintage|year_published=1994|chapter=8|page=302|url=https://archive.org/details/stonediariesparc00shie|passage=(..) she knows her great-aunt’s concern over her son Warren, his two divorces, and now Alice’s bitter separation from her husband, Ben.
(quote-book)|chapter=52|others=section(nbs)7|url=http://www.gutenberg.org/files/107/107-h/107-h.htm|passage=I should have gone back to her the day after the fair, if it hadn't been for you talking about the law, and rubbish about getting a separation;
(quote-book)|location=New York|publisher=Macmillan|year_published=1964|others=part(nbs)5|chapter=63|url=https://www.fadedpage.com/books/20160920/html.php|passage=“You are deserting me?”“Don’t be the neglected, dramatic wife, Scarlett. The rôle isn’t becoming. I take it, then, you do not want a divorce or even a separation? Well, then, I’ll come back often enough to keep gossip down.”
(quote-book)|chapter=The Heart of the Country|url=http://www.gutenberg.org/files/535/535-h/535-h.htm|passage=I was now on the separation of two vast water-sheds; behind me all the streams were bound for the Garonne and the Western Ocean; before me was the basin of the Rhone.
(quote-book)|others=act(nbs)II, scene(nbs)2|url=http://www.opensourceshakespeare.org/views/plays/play_view.php?WorkID=midsummer&Scope=entire&pleasewait=1&msg=pl|passage=(..) gentle friend, for love and courtesyLie further off; in human modesty,Such separation as may well be saidBecomes a virtuous bachelor and a maid,So far be distant;
An object that separates two spaces.
(quote-book)|chapter=23|url=http://www.gutenberg.org/files/1260/1260-h/1260-h.htm|passage=orchard was full of trees, it bloomed with flowers: a very high wall shut it out from the court, on one side; on the other, a beech avenue screened it from the lawn. At the bottom was a sunk fence; its sole separation from lonely fields: