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part in Hair & beauty topic

partpart2 ●○○ verb  1 [intransitive, transitive] writtenSEPARATE to move the two sides of something apart, or to move apart, making a space in the middle When he parted the curtains, the sunlight flooded into the room. The crowd parted to let him through. Ralph’s lips parted in a delighted smile.2 [intransitive] writtenSEPARATE to separate from someone, or end a relationship with them They parted on amicable terms.part from He has parted from his wife.3 be parted (from somebody)4 part company (with somebody)5 [transitive]DCB if you part your hair, you comb some of your hair in one direction and the rest in the other direction part with something→ See Verb table
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partThen she kissed me to show me that we had to part.She hoped that she and Jonathan would never part.With a brief hug, they parted.The crowd parted as Governor Langley walked to the stage.Between the pathologists and police communication was intermittent, for they were parted by more than space.Jen's black hair was parted down the middle.A few minutes later she parted from him and, weathering a few pleasant glances, went back to her office.He lay back and she stretched her body over his, leaning to his mouth and parting his lips with her tongue.They parted in a fairly amicable way.Sharon and I parted on friendly terms.She parted the branches with her hands as she moved further into the forest.Joe parted the curtains and the sunlight came flooding in.Very gently, he parted the front of her robe.They knocked against linked bodies, which parted to let them pass.