|Origin:||, past participle of segregare, from se- 'apart' + grex 'herd'|
seg‧re‧gate [transitive] [usually passive]
to separate one group of people from others, especially because they are of a different race, sex, or religion [≠ integrate]
segregate somebody from somebody
Blacks were segregated from whites in schools.
to separate one part of a place or thing from another
segregate something from/into something
The coffee room had been segregated into smoking and non-smoking areas.