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share /ʃeə $ ʃer/ verb
share noun

فرض ، تقسیم کردن ، شرکت داشتن در ، حصه ، بهره ، قسمت ، بخش کردن ، تسهیم کردن ، سهم بردن ، قیچی کردن ، کامپیوتر: سازمانی از استفاده کنندگان سیستم های کامپیورتی متوسط و بزرگ IBM که برای ارزیابی محصولات تهیه شده برای فروشندگان تشکیل شده است ، قانون ـ فقه: سهم ، دانگ ، بازرگانی: سهم
مهندسی صنایع: مالی: سهام الکترونیک: سازمانی از استفاده کنندگان سیستم های کامپیورتی متوسط و بزرگ IBM که برای ارزیابی محصولات تهیه شده برای فروشندگان تشکیل شده است ، کامپیوتر: سهم ، فقهی: سهم ، تجارت خارجی: سهم ، بخش ، فرض ، تقسیم کردن ، شرکت داشتن در ، سهم بردن ، دانگ ، حقوق: سهم ، بازرگانی: سهم ، اقتصاد: سهم ، حصه ، بخش ، بهره ، قسمت ، بخش کردن ، تسهیم کردن ، سهم بردن ، قیچی کردن

[TahlilGaran] Persian Dictionary

- part, allotment, allowance, contribution, due, lot, portion, quota, ration, whack (informal)
- divide, assign, distribute, partake, participate, receive, split
Contrasted words: retain, withhold, combine, unite
Related Idioms: piece of the action, slice of the melon, go snucks, share and share alike, have a share (or part) in, have (or take) a hand in
Related Words: proportion, quotient, quotum, commission, percentage, divide, divvy, rake-off, assign, deal (out), dispense, dole (out), give out, mete (out), experience
English Thesaurus: give, donate, award, present, leave, ...

[TahlilGaran] English Synonym Dictionary

I. share1 S1 W1 /ʃeə $ ʃer/ verb

1. USE TOGETHER [intransitive and transitive] to have or use something with other people:
We don’t have enough books, so you’ll have to share.
The three of us shared a taxi.
share something with somebody
I have an office that I share with some other teachers.

2. LET SOMEBODY USE SOMETHING [transitive] to let someone have or use something that belongs to you:
As a kid, he’d never share his toys.
share something with somebody
Will you share your fries with me?

3. DIVIDE [transitive] (also share out) to divide something between two or more people
share something between/among somebody
They shared the cake between them.
On his death, his property was shared out between his children.

4. RESPONSIBILITY/BLAME [transitive] to have equal responsibility for doing something, paying for something etc:
We share the responsibility for the children.
I own the house, but we share the bills.
We all share some of the blame for the accident.

5. SAME [transitive] to have the same opinion, quality, or experience as someone else
share sb’s view/concern/belief etc
Other parents share her belief in the importance of reading.
I believe my view is widely shared.
share something with somebody
Stubbornness was a characteristic he shared with his mother.

6. TELL SOMEBODY SOMETHING [intransitive and transitive] to tell other people about an idea, secret, problem etc:
Students were able to share their experiences.
share something with somebody
Would you like to share your feelings with the group?

7. share your life with somebody if you share your life with someone, you spend your life together with them as their husband, wife etc:
I’m not ready to share my life with anyone.

8. share and share alike spoken used to say that you should share things fairly and equally between everyone

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

II. share2 S1 W1 noun
[Language: Old English; Origin: scearu 'cutting, division']

1. IN A COMPANY [countable] one of the equal parts into which the ownership of a company is divided
share in
We’ve got shares in Allied Chemicals.stock1(2)

2. PART OF SOMETHING [singular] the part of something that you own or are responsible for
share of/in
I gave them my share of the bill and left.
a share in the profits
I do my share (=do my part) of the housework.

3. your (fair) share
a) if you have had your share of something, for example problems, success, or adventure, a lot of it has happened to you:
You’ve sure had your share of problems, haven’t you?
He’d had more than his fair share of adventure.
b) your share of something is the amount that you deserve to have:
Don’t worry – you’ll get your fair share.

4. share in something your part in an activity, event etc:
Employees are always given a share in decision-making.

5. house/flat share British English when people live together in the same house or flat and pay the rent together
—sharing noun [uncountable]
the lion’s share at lion(2), ⇒ timeshare

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

I. part of sth that has been divided
ADJ. bigger, large, the lion's, major, significant, substantial | full | modest a modest share of total exports
5%, 10%, etc. The wife owns an 80% share of their second home.
equal | disproportionate The government devotes a disproportionate share of the budget to military expenditure.
proportionate | market The company's market share slipped to under 15% last month.
VERB + SHARE get, have, receive, take You should receive a large share of the profits. Hospitals take the lion's share of the NHS budget.
increase, reduce | claim Everyone seems to want to get into television to claim their share of fame and fortune.
do We must all do our share of the work.
PREP. ~ of a reduced share of the vote
PHRASES sb/sth has their/its (fair) share of sth The industry has had its fair share of problems.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

II. in a company
ADJ. ordinary | preference
VERB + SHARE acquire, buy, get, invest in, purchase | have, hold (formal), own | sell | deal in, trade in a new firm dealing in US shares
float, issue The company has issued four classes of shares.
SHARE + NOUN price, value Hong Kong share prices plunged.
valuation | certificate | portfolio | capital | option, scheme The Chief Executive's share option has earned him over £2 million.
ownership | transaction, transfer | purchase | issue, offer, sale A share issue has been launched to finance the restoration of the building.
dealing allegations of illegal share dealings
PREP. ~ in I've got a few shares in British Aerospace.
PHRASES a class of shares, the value of your shares Will this affect the value of my shares?
 ⇒ Note at PER CENT (for more verbs)
 ⇒ Special page at BUSINESS

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

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.
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.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary


share a belief/opinion
It was clear that the police did not share her opinion.
share a view
He shared my view of what had been going on.
share a feeling
I know that many people do not share my feelings.
share sb’s values (=have the same ideas about what is right and wrong)
The only way to change things is to elect politicians who share our values.
share sb’s concern/enthusiasm etc (=feel the same concern, enthusiasm etc as someone else)
I share the concern of parents about the content of some of these computer games.
be widely shared (=shared by a lot of people)
This view is now widely shared.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

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