fragment definition

  • noun:
    • A small component damaged off or detached.
    • An incomplete or separated portion; a bit: overheard fragments of these conversation; extant fragments of an old manuscript.
    • Grammar A sentence fragment.
    • part broken off; a small, detached part; an imperfect component; because, a fragment of an ancient writing.
    • A sentence perhaps not containing a subject or a predicate.
    • a tiny part damaged down or detached.
    • A small component broken off or detached.
    • a little component broken off or detached.
    • A small part broken down or detached.
    • a tiny part broken down or detached.
    • a tiny component damaged down or detached.
    • part broken down; a small, detached part; an imperfect component.
    • An incomplete or separated part; slightly: overheard fragments of these discussion; extant fragments of a classic manuscript.
    • An incomplete or separated section; quite: overheard fragments of these conversation; extant fragments of an old manuscript.
    • An incomplete or separated part; somewhat: overheard fragments of their conversation; extant fragments of a classic manuscript.
    • An incomplete or separated portion; a bit: overheard fragments of the conversation; extant fragments of a classic manuscript.
    • An incomplete or separated portion; slightly: overheard fragments of their discussion; extant fragments of a vintage manuscript.
    • An incomplete or isolated part; quite: overheard fragments of their conversation; extant fragments of a vintage manuscript.
    • Grammar A sentence fragment.
    • Grammar A sentence fragment.
    • Grammar A sentence fragment.
    • Grammar A sentence fragment.
    • Grammar A sentence fragment.
    • Grammar A sentence fragment.
    • A small component damaged off or detached.
    • part damaged down or otherwise separated from an entire; a little detached part; ergo, a part of an unfinished entire, or of an uncompleted design: as, the fragments of a broken vase, of Anacreon's poems; this building is but a fragment for the initial program.
    • A part broken off; a tiny, detached part; an imperfect part; because, a fragment of a historical writing.
    • part broken off; a little, detached part; an imperfect component; because, a fragment of an ancient writing.
    • A part damaged off; a small, detached section; an imperfect part; because, a fragment of a historical writing.
    • An incomplete or isolated part; slightly: overheard fragments of their discussion; extant fragments of a classic manuscript.
    • a component damaged down; a little, detached section; an imperfect component; because, a fragment of an ancient writing.
    • A rationalistic work on the Bible, by Reimarus, a German critic associated with eighteenth century. Synonyms Bit, scrap, processor chip, remnant.
    • A sentence maybe not containing a topic or a predicate.
    • A sentence maybe not containing a subject or a predicate.
    • A sentence not containing a topic or a predicate.
    • part broken down; a little, detached section; an imperfect component; because, a fragment of an ancient writing.
    • A sentence not containing a topic or a predicate.
    • a tiny part broken off or detached.
    • Grammar A sentence fragment.
    • A sentence not containing a topic or a predicate.
    • An incomplete or isolated part; somewhat: overheard fragments of the discussion; extant fragments of a vintage manuscript.
    • an incomplete piece
    • A part broken off; a small, detached section; an imperfect part.
    • part damaged down; a little, detached portion; an imperfect component.
    • a broken piece of a brittle artifact
    • Grammar A sentence fragment.
    • a component damaged off or perhaps divided from a complete; a small detached part; for this reason, a part of an unfinished entire, or of an uncompleted design: as, the fragments of a broken vase, of Anacreon's poems; this building is but a fragment of the initial plan.
    • a component damaged off; a tiny, detached part; an imperfect component; as, a fragment of a historical writing.
    • a component damaged down; a little, detached section; an imperfect part; because, a fragment of a historical writing.
    • a piece broken down or stop of something different
    • A part damaged off; a small, detached section; an imperfect component.
    • part broken down or elsewhere separated from an entire; a little detached section; hence, an integral part of an unfinished entire, or of an uncompleted design: as, the fragments of a broken vase, of Anacreon's poems; this building is but a fragment associated with the initial program.
    • A rationalistic work with the Bible, by Reimarus, a German critic of the eighteenth century. Synonyms Bit, scrap, processor chip, remnant.
    • A sentence perhaps not containing an interest or a predicate.
    • part damaged down; a small, detached part; an imperfect component.
    • A sentence perhaps not containing a subject or a predicate.
    • A rationalistic run the Bible, by Reimarus, a German critic associated with eighteenth century. Synonyms little bit, scrap, processor chip, remnant.
    • A part damaged off or else divided from a whole; a tiny detached portion; therefore, part of an unfinished entire, or of an uncompleted design: as, the fragments of a broken vase, of Anacreon's poems; this building is but a fragment of original plan.
    • a component damaged down or perhaps separated from an entire; a small detached part; thus, an integral part of an unfinished whole, or of an uncompleted design: as, the fragments of a broken vase, of Anacreon's poems; this building is but a fragment associated with the original program.
    • A part broken off; a small, detached portion; an imperfect part.
    • A part broken down; a little, detached section; an imperfect part; because, a fragment of an ancient writing.
    • A rationalistic work with the Bible, by Reimarus, a German critic for the eighteenth century. Synonyms Bit, scrap, chip, remnant.
    • A rationalistic run the Bible, by Reimarus, a German critic of the eighteenth century. Synonyms little bit, scrap, chip, remnant.
    • A sentence not containing a subject or a predicate.
    • an incomplete piece
    • an incomplete piece
    • A part damaged off or otherwise separated from a complete; a little detached section; therefore, a part of an unfinished whole, or of an uncompleted design: as, the fragments of a broken vase, of Anacreon's poems; this building is but a fragment of the original program.
    • a component damaged down; a little, detached portion; an imperfect component.
    • A rationalistic focus on the Bible, by Reimarus, a German critic of this eighteenth century. Synonyms little bit, scrap, chip, remnant.
    • a broken piece of a brittle artifact
    • a broken bit of a brittle artifact
    • A part broken off or otherwise divided from a complete; a tiny detached portion; ergo, an integral part of an unfinished whole, or of an uncompleted design: as, the fragments of a broken vase, of Anacreon's poems; this building is but a fragment associated with the original plan.
    • an incomplete piece
    • an incomplete piece
    • a piece broken off or cut off of something else
    • a bit broken down or cut-off of something different
    • a broken piece of a brittle artifact
    • a broken bit of a brittle artifact
    • A rationalistic run the Bible, by Reimarus, a German critic for the eighteenth century. Synonyms Bit, scrap, processor chip, remnant.
    • part broken off; a small, detached portion; an imperfect part.
    • an incomplete piece
    • a bit damaged down or stop of something different
    • A part broken off or else divided from an entire; a tiny detached portion; hence, part of an unfinished entire, or of an uncompleted design: as, the fragments of a broken vase, of Anacreon's poems; this building is but a fragment of the initial plan.
    • a broken little bit of a brittle artifact
    • an incomplete piece
    • A rationalistic focus on the Bible, by Reimarus, a German critic of the eighteenth century. Synonyms little bit, scrap, chip, remnant.
    • a broken little bit of a brittle artifact
    • a piece damaged down or take off of something else
    • a component damaged off; a tiny, detached section; an imperfect component.
    • an incomplete piece
    • an item broken down or cut-off of another thing
    • A part damaged down or else separated from a complete; a tiny detached portion; ergo, a part of an unfinished entire, or of an uncompleted design: as, the fragments of a broken vase, of Anacreon's poems; this building is but a fragment of this original plan.
    • a broken piece of a brittle artifact
    • A rationalistic work with the Bible, by Reimarus, a German critic associated with eighteenth century. Synonyms little bit, scrap, chip, remnant.
    • a piece broken off or cut off of something else
    • an incomplete piece
    • a broken little bit of a brittle artifact
    • an item damaged down or stop of something else
    • an item broken off or take off of something different
    • a tiny part broken off or detached.
    • An incomplete or separated section; a little: overheard fragments of these conversation; extant fragments of a vintage manuscript.
    • Grammar A sentence fragment.
    • A part broken down; a tiny, detached portion; an imperfect component; as, a fragment of an ancient writing.
    • A sentence maybe not containing an interest or a predicate.
    • A small component damaged down or detached.
    • An incomplete or isolated part; slightly: overheard fragments of the conversation; extant fragments of a vintage manuscript.
    • Grammar A sentence fragment.
    • A part damaged off; a little, detached section; an imperfect part; as, a fragment of a historical writing.
    • a little part broken off or detached.
    • a tiny part broken off or detached.
    • An incomplete or separated portion; slightly: overheard fragments of these discussion; extant fragments of an old manuscript.
    • An incomplete or isolated portion; a little: overheard fragments of their conversation; extant fragments of a vintage manuscript.
    • A sentence maybe not containing an interest or a predicate.
    • Grammar A sentence fragment.
    • Grammar A sentence fragment.
    • A small component broken off or detached.
    • a component broken off; a small, detached section; an imperfect component.
    • An incomplete or isolated part; slightly: overheard fragments of the conversation; extant fragments of a classic manuscript.
    • a component damaged off or perhaps separated from a whole; a small detached section; for this reason, part of an unfinished entire, or of an uncompleted design: as, the fragments of a broken vase, of Anacreon's poems; this building is but a fragment of the initial program.
    • part damaged off; a little, detached part; an imperfect component; because, a fragment of a historical writing.
    • Grammar A sentence fragment.
    • a component broken off; a little, detached portion; an imperfect component.
    • a component broken off; a small, detached section; an imperfect part; as, a fragment of a historical writing.
    • A sentence maybe not containing a subject or a predicate.
    • a component damaged down or otherwise separated from a whole; a little detached part; for this reason, an integral part of an unfinished entire, or of an uncompleted design: as, the fragments of a broken vase, of Anacreon's poems; this building is but a fragment of original plan.
    • A sentence perhaps not containing a topic or a predicate.
    • A rationalistic work with the Bible, by Reimarus, a German critic of this eighteenth century. Synonyms little bit, scrap, processor chip, remnant.
    • a component damaged down; a tiny, detached section; an imperfect component; as, a fragment of an ancient writing.
    • A sentence maybe not containing an interest or a predicate.
    • part damaged down; a tiny, detached section; an imperfect component.
    • part broken off; a tiny, detached portion; an imperfect part.
    • an incomplete piece
    • A part broken off or else divided from an entire; a small detached part; for this reason, part of an unfinished whole, or of an uncompleted design: as, the fragments of a broken vase, of Anacreon's poems; this building is but a fragment of this original program.
    • a component damaged down or perhaps divided from an entire; a little detached section; therefore, an integral part of an unfinished whole, or of an uncompleted design: as, the fragments of a broken vase, of Anacreon's poems; this building is but a fragment of original plan.
    • a broken piece of a brittle artifact
    • A rationalistic run the Bible, by Reimarus, a German critic of this eighteenth century. Synonyms Bit, scrap, chip, remnant.
    • A rationalistic work on the Bible, by Reimarus, a German critic associated with eighteenth century. Synonyms little bit, scrap, chip, remnant.
    • an item damaged off or stop of something else
    • A part damaged down; a little, detached part; an imperfect component.
    • A rationalistic work on the Bible, by Reimarus, a German critic of this eighteenth century. Synonyms Bit, scrap, chip, remnant.
    • an incomplete piece
    • an incomplete piece
    • a component damaged down or otherwise separated from a complete; a little detached section; for this reason, an integral part of an unfinished whole, or of an uncompleted design: as, the fragments of a broken vase, of Anacreon's poems; this building is but a fragment of this initial plan.
    • a broken little bit of a brittle artifact
    • a broken little bit of a brittle artifact
    • A rationalistic focus on the Bible, by Reimarus, a German critic of the eighteenth century. Synonyms Bit, scrap, processor chip, remnant.
    • a piece broken down or stop of another thing
    • an incomplete piece
    • a piece broken down or cut-off of another thing
    • a broken bit of a brittle artifact
    • an incomplete piece
    • an item broken down or stop of another thing
    • a broken bit of a brittle artifact
    • a bit broken down or stop of something different
  • verb-transitive:
    • to split or separate (one thing) into fragments.
    • To break or split (one thing) into fragments.
    • to split or split up (something) into fragments.
    • to split or separate (something) into fragments.
    • To break or split (anything) into fragments.
    • to-break or split (one thing) into fragments.
    • to split or separate (anything) into fragments.
    • to split or separate (some thing) into fragments.
    • to split or separate (something) into fragments.
    • To break or split up (anything) into fragments.
    • to-break or split (something) into fragments.
    • to-break or split up (some thing) into fragments.
    • to-break or split (one thing) into fragments.
    • to split or split up (one thing) into fragments.
  • verb-intransitive:
    • To become damaged into fragments: following the election, the coalition fragmented.
    • To become broken into fragments: After the election, the coalition fragmented.
    • To become damaged into fragments: After the election, the coalition fragmented.
    • In order to become damaged into fragments: following the election, the coalition fragmented.
    • In order to become broken into fragments: After the election, the coalition fragmented.
    • to be broken into fragments: following the election, the coalition fragmented.
    • In order to become damaged into fragments: following the election, the coalition fragmented.
    • to be broken into fragments: After the election, the coalition fragmented.
    • In order to become broken into fragments: After the election, the coalition fragmented.
    • To become broken into fragments: After the election, the coalition fragmented.
    • to be damaged into fragments: following the election, the coalition fragmented.
    • In order to become damaged into fragments: following the election, the coalition fragmented.
    • to be damaged into fragments: following the election, the coalition fragmented.
    • In order to become damaged into fragments: After the election, the coalition fragmented.
  • verb:
    • to split aside.
    • resulting in to-be broken into pieces.
    • To break apart.
    • To break apart.
    • to-break aside.
    • To cause to-be damaged into pieces.
    • To cause to be damaged into pieces.
    • to-break apart.
    • resulting in becoming damaged into pieces.
    • To cause to-be broken into pieces.
    • to-break aside.
    • resulting in to be damaged into pieces.
    • break or cause to-break into pieces
    • to split apart.
    • To cause becoming broken into pieces.
    • to split apart.
    • resulting in to be broken into pieces.
    • break or cause to break into pieces
    • break or cause to-break into pieces
    • to-break apart.
    • break or cause to break into pieces
    • resulting in is broken into pieces.
    • break or cause to-break into pieces
    • break or cause to split into pieces
    • break or cause to split into pieces
    • break or cause to split into pieces
    • break or cause to-break into pieces
    • to split aside.
    • to split apart.
    • To cause becoming broken into pieces.
    • resulting in to be broken into pieces.
    • to-break apart.
    • to-break aside.
    • To cause to be broken into pieces.
    • To cause become damaged into pieces.
    • To break aside.
    • resulting in to-be damaged into pieces.
    • break or trigger to split into pieces
    • break or cause to break into pieces
    • break or cause to-break into pieces
    • break or cause to split into pieces
    • break or cause to break into pieces
  • others:
    • To break up into pieces: said of a cell-nucleus or nucleolus that breaks up amitotically into several bits of unequal size.
    • To break up into pieces: said of a cell-nucleus or nucleolus that breaks up amitotically into a couple of bits of unequal size.
    • to split up into pieces: stated of a cell-nucleus or nucleolus that pauses up amitotically into several items of unequal dimensions.
    • to-break up into pieces: said of a cell-nucleus or nucleolus that pauses up amitotically into two or more bits of unequal dimensions.
    • to split up into pieces: said of a cell-nucleus or nucleolus that breaks up amitotically into two or more pieces of unequal size.
    • to split up into pieces: said of a cell-nucleus or nucleolus that pauses up amitotically into several bits of unequal size.
    • to split up into pieces: stated of a cell-nucleus or nucleolus that pauses up amitotically into two or more bits of unequal size.
    • to split up into pieces: stated of a cell-nucleus or nucleolus that pauses up amitotically into a couple of bits of unequal size.
    • to split up into pieces: stated of a cell-nucleus or nucleolus that breaks up amitotically into several bits of unequal dimensions.
    • to split up into pieces: stated of a cell-nucleus or nucleolus that breaks up amitotically into several items of unequal size.
    • To break up into pieces: said of a cell-nucleus or nucleolus that breaks up amitotically into two or more items of unequal dimensions.
    • To break up into pieces: stated of a cell-nucleus or nucleolus that pauses up amitotically into a couple of bits of unequal dimensions.
    • To break up into pieces: stated of a cell-nucleus or nucleolus that pauses up amitotically into a couple of items of unequal size.
    • to-break up into pieces: stated of a cell-nucleus or nucleolus that pauses up amitotically into two or more pieces of unequal size.

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