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NOUN USES, QUANTIFIER USES, AND PHRASES 名词用法、量词用法及短语
N-COUNT 部分；片段 A part of something is one of the pieces, sections, or elements that it consists of.
I like that part of Cape Town...
Respect is a very important part of any relationship.
N-COUNT 零件；部件；配件 A part for a machine or vehicle is one of the smaller pieces that is used to make it.
...spare parts for military equipment...
This engine has only got three moving parts.
QUANT 一些；部分 Part of something is some of it.
It was a very severe accident and he lost part of his foot...
Mum and he were able to walk part of the way together...
ADV 部分地；半…半…地；既…又… If you say that something is part one thing, part another, you mean that it is to some extent the first thing and to some extent the second thing.
The television producer today has to be part news person, part educator...
Several people looked over the part-Jacobean, part-Georgian building.
N-COUNT 份；等分中的一份 You can use part when you are talking about the proportions of substances in a mixture. For example, if you are told to use five parts water to one part paint, the mixture should contain five times as much water as paint.
Use turpentine and linseed oil, three parts to two.
N-COUNT 角色 A part in a play or film is one of the roles in it which an actor or actress can perform.
Alf Sjoberg offered her a large part in the play he was directing...
He was just right for the part.
N-SING 作用；份儿；参与 Your part in something that happens is your involvement in it.
If only he could conceal his part in the accident...
He felt a sense of relief that his part in this business was now over.
N-UNCOUNT 组成部分；成员 If something or someone is part of a group or organization, they belong to it or are included in it.
...voting on whether to remain part of the Union or become independent...
I was a part of the team and wanted to remain a part of the team.
N-COUNT （头发的）分缝 The part in someone's hair is the line running from the front to the back of their head where their hair lies in different directions.
The straight white part in her ebony hair seemed to divide the back of her head in half.
PHRASE 在…中起作用 If something or someone plays a large or important part in an event or situation, they are very involved in it and have an important effect on what happens.
These days work plays an important part in a single woman's life...
We believe she may have played a part in hiding the cash.
PHRASE 参加；参与 If you take part in an activity, you do it together with other people.
Thousands of students have taken part in demonstrations.
PHRASE 不愿参与；不愿介入 If you say that you want no part of something, you mean that you do not want to be involved in it at all.
What some other clubs do is unfortunate, but we want no part of it.
PHRASE 在（某人）看来；就（某人）而言 When you are describing people's thoughts or actions, you can say for her part or for my part, for example, to introduce what a particular person thinks or does.
For my part, I feel elated and close to tears...
The soldiers, for their part, agreed not to disrupt the election campaign.
PHRASE 由某人作出的 If you talk about a feeling or action on someone's part, you are referring to something that they feel or do.
...techniques on their part to keep us from knowing exactly what's going on...
There is no need for any further instructions on my part...
PHRASE 大部分；多半；通常 For the most part means mostly or usually.
For the most part the Germans kept out of local disputes...
Professors, for the most part, are firmly committed to teaching, not research.
PHRASE 在某种程度上；部分地 You use in part to indicate that something exists or happens to some extent but not completely.
The levels of blood glucose depend in part on what you eat and when you eat...
In part this attitude was due to fear of trade union and employee reactions.
PHRASE 绝大部分；多数 If you say that something happened for the best part or the better part of a period of time, you mean that it happened for most of that time.
He had been in Israel for the best part of twenty-four hours...
We spent the better part of an hour searching for her.
VERB USE 动词用法
V-ERG 分；分开 If things that are next to each other part or if you part them, they move in opposite directions, so that there is a space between them.
Her lips parted as if she were about to take a deep breath...
He crossed to the window of the sitting-room and parted the curtains.
VERB 给（头发） 分缝 If you part your hair in the middle or at one side, you make it lie in two different directions so that there is a straight line running from the front of your head to the back.
Picking up a brush, Joanna parted her hair...
His hair was slicked back and neatly parted.
V-RECIP 分手；告别；别离 When two people part, or if one person parts from another, they leave each other.
He gave me the envelope and we parted...
He has confirmed he is parting from his Swedish-born wife Eva.
V-RECIP 分开；拆散 If you are parted from someone you love, you are prevented from being with them.
I don't believe Lotte and I will ever be parted...
A stay in hospital may be the first time a child is ever parted from its parents.