Share - definition, pronunciation, transcription
The two countries share a long border
- have, give, or receive a share of (syn: partake)
They shared the last cookie.
We shared the money equally.
The children need to learn to share their toys.
All of us had a share in making the decision.
She has had her fair share of tragedies in her life.
Bill and I shared an office for years.
Newspapers help us to share in the events of the outside world.
I share your opinion.
All your neighbours share in your sorrow at the loss of your son.
We don't have enough books so you'll have to share.
The three of us shared a taxi.
I have an office that I share with some other teachers.
As a kid he'd never share his toys.
Will you share your fries with me?
They shared the cake between them.
present participle: sharing
past tense: shared
past participle: shared
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