separative

ADJECTIVE
  1. serving to separate or divide into parts
    partitive tendencies in education
    the uniting influence was stronger than the separative
    partitive tendencies in education
  2. (used of an accent in Hebrew orthography) indicating that the word marked is separated to a greater or lesser degree rhythmically and grammatically from the word that follows it
  3. (of a word) referring singly and without exception to the members of a group
    whereas `each,' `every,' `either,' `neither,' and `none' are distributive or referring to a single member of a group, `which' in `which of the men' is separative
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How To Use separative In A Sentence

  • It typically takes three times as much separative work to enrich uranium from its natural state to 5 percent LEU than it does to enrich LEU to 90 percent HEU.
  • Selective coatings enhance the separative capability of micro extraction, which expands the application of SPME.
  • As previously noted, he was however of the view that the ‘trumpet’ shape might even enhance the normal separative effect of the conventional frusto-conical shape.
  • You are using logic to continue that separative structure, that is all.
  • whereas `each,' `every,' `either,' `neither,' and `none' are distributive or referring to a single member of a group, `which' in `which of the men' is separative
  • Thus the total estimated time for all procedures involving spectral-spatial images and separative ESR-CT should be on the order of several hours.
  • the uniting influence was stronger than the separative
  • The separative 2D images of each radical were individually constructed using the spatial function obtained with the two methods.
  • Increased oxygen availability may last some time after the exposure and during this time many immune and separative pathways are significantly enhanced.
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