English version

parting of the ways

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishparting of the waysparting of the waysSEPARATEthe point at which two people or organizations decide to separate parting
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parting of the waysIt was also easier to get new sales jobs after a parting of the ways.I fear we are at a parting of the ways.Much of what I have said tonight points towards a parting of the ways.They did not say whether Smith was fired, but called it an "amicable parting of the ways."Was this a more than merely temporary parting of the ways?Anyway, Riley, this is the parting of the ways; and you know something?Then it was the parting of the ways.This parting of the ways is of the most profound importance.
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