|disjoint, separate; cut off||disarticulate|
|(1) The gap between bid and askprices of a stock or other security. (2) The simultaneous purchase and sale of separate futures or options contracts for the same commodity for delivery in different months. Also known as a straddle…||Spread|
|(British) pants, garment that covers the body from the waist down to the legs having separate parts of the garment to cover each leg||trousers|
|(Chemistry) separate mixtures by chromatography (method of separating mixtures and identifying their components)||chromatograph|
|(Computers) virtual computer created within an existing computer through the use of special software (enables creation of a separate operating environment); software that enables creation of a virtual computer within a computer||VM (Virtual Machine)|
|(Grammar) conjunction that expresses an oppositional relationship between two items (i.e. "or" in the phrase "one or the other"), containing or related to a disjunction, contrast word, dividing, showing contrast, tending to separate; expressing an oppo...||disjunctive|
|(in Computers) EDD, virtual disk created by partitioning one disk into smaller separate disks||Enhanced Disk Drive|
|(in Optics) breakage of a light ray into two different directions therefore creating two separate light rays (occurs in many types of crystals - also known as double refraction), splitting in two of ray of light||birefringence|
|2-family dwelling with 2 entrances, building having rooms on two floors or stories; house with dwelling accommodations for two separate families, double; having two floors; bidirectional, in two directions (Computers), having two parts performing one o...||duplex|
|a group of genes in mammals located next or near to one another that serve to make cells separate and distinguishable from those of other organisms., major histocompatibility complex||MHC|
|A legal "person" that is separate and distinct from its owners. A corporation is allowed to own assets, incur liabilities, and sell securities, among other things.||Corporation|
|abnormal condition, fusion of plant parts, growing together of bones or parts, growing together of bones or parts that were formerly separate (Anatomy, Zoology, Botany), joint with little movement||symphysis|
|access to computer from separate terminal||remote access|
|acquire polarity, cause a division of opinion, restrict light vibration, separate into opposing groups, contrapose; give polarity to something, cause an item to have unequally distributed characteristics||polarize|
|act of drawing away from a center; act of spinning (liquids) on an axis in order to separate||centrifugation|
|act of eliminating segregation, removal (of laws, customs, etc.) that separate two different races, desegregating act||desegregation|
|act of gathering again, reconvening; act of putting together again, act of rebuilding by joining together separate pieces||reassembly|
|act of joining one thing to another; basic mathematical operation in which separate numbers are brought together into one total sum; augmentation, supplement, something added, annex, calculation, chemical reaction, putting in or on, see also:substitution||addition|
|act of joining together; league, covenant; political unity formed by a number of separate states, alliance, joining in federal union||federation|
|act of making separate, act or process of giving an individual character to; separateness, uniqueness, individuality, process of psychological development||individuation|
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