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share verb

ADV. fully Personal experience of childbirth gives a dimension of knowledge that others cannot fully share. | equally We shared the money equally between the three of us. | out

VERB + SHARE want to | be prepared to, be willing to experienced teachers willing to share their expertise with others | be reluctant to | be forced to, have to | agree to | refuse to | be entitled to Each partner is entitled to share in the profits of the business. | let sb She wished he would let her share his pain.

PREP. among How do you share out three cakes among four people? | between Responsibility is shared between parents and teachers. | in He shared in our enthusiasm for rowing. | with She had to share a bedroom with her sister.

PHRASES widely shared These ideas are widely shared in the community.