• a class apart
  • 別の階級
  • a mile apart
  • 1マイル離れている
  • a race apart
  • 特異な人[人種]
  • come [fall] apart
  • ばらばらになる
  • grow [drift] apart
  • 次第に疎遠になる
  • He pulled apart the curtains.
  • 彼はカーテンを(左右に)開けた
  • joking [the car industry] apart
  • 冗談[自動車業界]はさておき
  • keep rival supporters apart
  • 敵対するサポーターを分離しておく
  • tell the twins apart
  • そのふたごを見分ける
  • The talks broke apart.
  • 交渉は決裂した
  • Their birthdays were only two months apart.
  • 彼らの誕生日はたった2ケ月違いだった
  • We [Our views] are obviously poles [worlds] apart.
  • 私たち(の考え)は天と地の差だ
  • A salient feature of Buddhist philosophy which sets it apart from Indian orthodoxy is the centrality of the doctrine of not-self (Pāli. anatta, Skt. anātman).
  • Wikipedia: Philosophy of mind
  • Also a younger son, Gebhard had prepared for an ecclesiastical career with a broad, Humanist education; apart from his native German, he had learned several languages (including Latin, Italian, French), and studied history and theology.
  • Wikipedia: Cologne War
  • An ultraviolet flare was observed when a star in a distant galaxy was torn apart from the tidal forces of a black hole.
  • Wikipedia: Galaxy
  • Because 223 synodic months is roughly equal to 239 anomalistic months and 242 draconic months, eclipses with similar geometry recur 223 synodic months (about 6,585.3 days) apart.
  • Wikipedia: Solar eclipse
  • Bit by bit, the Murphy children picked apart the oxhide rug that lay in front of their fireplace, roasted it in the fire and ate it.
  • Wikipedia: Donner Party
  • By trial and error, taking apart and studying Philco, RCA, and DuMont televisions, he figured out how to reduce the devices' electrical components to their minimum functional number.
  • Wikipedia: Madman Muntz
  • Despite acquiring significant wealth later in life, Moore never felt the need to move to larger premises and, apart from the addition of a number of outbuildings and studios, the house changed little over the years.
  • Wikipedia: Henry Moore