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    "Part from" and "part with"

    What is the difference between "part from" and "part with".

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    Re: "Part from" and "part with"

    Welcome to the forum.

    What differences have you found by looking these up in dictionaries or on online resources? In what way are you trying to use them? Please tell us what you already understand about them and then give us some complete sentences to consider.

    Note that I have changed your thread title. Titles should include some/all of the words/phrases you are querying.
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