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partite

[ pahr-tahyt ]
/ ˈpɑr taɪt /
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adjective
divided into parts, usually into a specified number of parts (usually used in combination): a tripartite agreement.
Botany. parted.
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Origin of partite

First recorded in 1560–70, partite is from the Latin word partītus (past participle of partīrī to divide). See part, -ite2
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British Dictionary definitions for partite

partite
/ (ˈpɑːtaɪt) /

adjective
(in combination) composed of or divided into a specified number of partsbipartite
(esp of plant leaves) divided almost to the base to form two or more parts

Word Origin for partite

C16: from Latin partīre to divide
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