- A fraction of a whole; a component.
- A group inside a larger group.
- Position or role (especially in a play)
- 3.5 cl of one ingredient in a mixed drink
- (context, in plural, euphemism) male genitals.
- The dividing line formed by combing the hair in different directions
- (context, in plural, usually with "these", colloquial) vicinity, region
- 1854, Lord Cockburn, Memoir of Thomas Thomson, Scotland Bannatyne Club, page 241:
- : We intend being at Leamington before long, unless some change in the weather should make our stay in these parts more tolerable.
- duty; responsibility; obligation
- to do one"s
- To leave.
- To cut hair with a parting.
- (transitive) To divide in two.
- to the curtains
- (intransitive) To be divided in two or separated.
- Fractional, partial.
- Fred was owner of the car.
Etymology: From (term, lang=fro, part).
- Partly, partially, fractionally.
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