In some cases, it’s not easy to know the difference between words that are spelled very similarly. In this post, I will explain the difference between “separate” and “seperate”!
Separate can be a verb or adjective.
- As a verb, it means to be apart, to make different from one another.
- Separate is also an adjective meaning apart, individual, or different
Related forms of the word include separation (noun), separated (past tense verb), separating (continuous verb)
- What can we do to separate the two liquids from each other? (verb)
- Oh, we use separate bank accounts just to make things clear. That way, there are no questions. (noun)
- Can you separate the names right now or are they already in separate lists? (first verb, second noun)
- I believe that the separation of powers in our government is crucial to its running smoothly. (noun)
This is not a word. This is the incorrectly-spelled form of the word separate. Do not use this word unless you are deliberately trying to spell it wrong.