[ UK /ʃˈeəɹɪŋ/ ]
[ US /ˈʃɛɹɪŋ/ ]
[ US /ˈʃɛɹɪŋ/ ]
- sharing thoughts and feelings
- using or enjoying something jointly with others
- a distribution in shares
having in common
the sharing of electrons creates molecules
unselfishly willing to share with others
a warm and sharing friend
How To Use sharing In A Sentence
- The program design is based on bus time sharing and interrupt servicing. It can renew the speeds and the directions of every motor at real time.
- He grinned at me, as if sharing a secret joke.
- Indeed, the schemes of co-determination in Germany constitute functioning examples of shareholders sharing control with one other stakeholder group, namely the employees.
- In principle, file-sharing is hardly different from tape-to-tape recordings that we all made when we were kids.
- In the last cliffhanger, downstairs lover Tony Head was caught sharing his Gold Blend nightcap with a mystery lady.
- Sharing the tiny apartment were one of his grandmothers and a spinster aunt. Times, Sunday Times
- For €848, per person sharing, fly from Dublin to Leipzig and stay three nights in four-star accommodation in the Dorint Hotel in Halle.
- They are sharing, in a companionable silence somehow caught on camera, a moment of profound reflection and thought.
- Cluster groups of schools could conduct a joint review, sharing their experiences.
- Food sharing with nonkin reduces the costs to kin of child rearing, but also reduces the resources recaptured by kin after an infant death, so evolved infant mortality is lower. Archive 2008-06-01