One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
1‘his wife announced that she wanted a divorce’
dissolution, annulment, official separation, judicial separation, separation, disunion, break-up, split, split-up, severance, rupture, breach, parting
2‘there was a growing divorce between the church and people’
separation, division, severance, split, partition, disunity, disunion, distance, estrangement, alienation
variance, difference, schism, gulf, chasm
1‘she was a young child when her parents divorced’
split up, split up with, end one's marriage, end one's marriage to, get a divorce, get a divorce from, separate, separate from, part, part from, split, split from, break up, break up with, part company, part company with, dissolve one's marriage, dissolve one's marriage to, annul one's marriage, annul one's marriage to
British informal bust up, bust up with
2‘what is learnt in school cannot be divorced from what happens outside’
separate, disconnect, divide, disunite, sever, disjoin, split, dissociate, detach, isolate, alienate, set apart, keep apart, cut off
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