part from

part from

1. To leave or depart from someone or something. It is always terrible having to part from the children when I travel for work. The billionaire announced that he had parted from the company he helped to establish.
2. To separate someone from someone else; to take a person away from someone. In this usage, a noun or pronoun is used between "part" and "from." The earthquake has parted many from their families as transportation services continue to be out of service. The job parted me from my family for months at a time.
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part (someone or an animal) from (someone or an animal)

to take someone or an animal away from someone or some other animal. It was difficult to part the mother dog from her puppies. I hated to part the mother from her child.
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part from someone

to leave someone. I just hate parting from you. I must part from her now.
See also: part
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of American Idioms and Phrasal Verbs. © 2002 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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References in classic literature ?
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The IRS is of the opinion that, because title to the part changes hands when the taxpayer exchanges a part from its pool of rotable spares with the customer's original part, the part was sold to the customer.
Removal of the part from the core also limits the choice of rubber compound to one with high enough elongation to be stretched over the largest dimension of the core without tearing.
The mold then opens fully, withdrawing the part from the cavity and allowing complete ejection off the core.
In addition, the hydraulic wedge system for this large tool required extremely accurate guiding and had to be robust enough to demold the part from the first shot.
Weld lines would have deformed the part surface and affected the part from a structural point of view."
The cameras measure up to 100 points per part or as few as two points per part from 50 cavities.
Modular nonsynchronous conveyor systems with dual belts and moving pallets contain the part from assembly station to assembly station.
Ejecting a zero-draft part from a male mold is no problem: Compressed air at only 2 psi is blown under the part as it cools.
Robot transfers part from molding machine to printer and then to a conveyor.
This vent is to prevent the formed part from collapsing due to negative-pressure buildup in the part as it cools.
"But if you're using the servo for nothing more than pulling the part from the mold and putting it on a conveyor, you're spending money that you don't need to."