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  • apart from — (from Idioms in Speech) but for, except for, if it were not for, other than ... he had decoded the whole message apart from the paragraph where something had gone wrong either with himself or 59 200 ... (Or. Greene) Apart from your lectures your… …   Idioms and examples

  • apart from — apart from, aside from Apart from has been standard in BrE from the early 17c (e.g. • There are few exciting and visitable relics of [Mesolithic] human life apart from caves R. Muir, 1983 • The raven, who apart from anything else was much… …   Modern English usage

  • apart from something — apart from (something) except for something. Apart from its wonderful kitchen, that house needs a lot of work done on it …   New idioms dictionary

  • apart from — (something) except for something. Apart from its wonderful kitchen, that house needs a lot of work done on it …   New idioms dictionary

  • apart from — EXCEPT FOR, but for, aside from, with the exception of, excepting, excluding, bar, barring, besides, other than; informal outside of; formal save. → apart * * * 1) except for the whole world seemed to be sleeping, apart from Barbara 2) in… …   Useful english dictionary

  • quite apart from — phrase used for saying that even if you ignore one thing, there is still another important fact or question to consider Quite apart from the fact that he has no qualifications, Mr Berry is not a suitable person to work here. Thesaurus: words used …   Useful english dictionary

  • set someone apart from someone — set (someone/something) apart (from (someone/something)) to show someone or something to be different or special. Those selected as leaders of the future have qualities that set them apart. He s the one in the big white hat and bow tie, which… …   New idioms dictionary

  • set something apart from someone — set (someone/something) apart (from (someone/something)) to show someone or something to be different or special. Those selected as leaders of the future have qualities that set them apart. He s the one in the big white hat and bow tie, which… …   New idioms dictionary

  • set apart from someone — set (someone/something) apart (from (someone/something)) to show someone or something to be different or special. Those selected as leaders of the future have qualities that set them apart. He s the one in the big white hat and bow tie, which… …   New idioms dictionary

  • set someone apart from something — set (someone/something) apart (from (someone/something)) to show someone or something to be different or special. Those selected as leaders of the future have qualities that set them apart. He s the one in the big white hat and bow tie, which… …   New idioms dictionary

  • set something apart from — set (someone/something) apart (from (someone/something)) to show someone or something to be different or special. Those selected as leaders of the future have qualities that set them apart. He s the one in the big white hat and bow tie, which… …   New idioms dictionary

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