separately


separately
[[t]se̱pərətli[/t]]
ADV: ADV with v, oft ADV from n
If people or things are dealt with separately or do something separately, they are dealt with or do something at different times or places, rather than together.

Cook each vegetable separately until just tender...

Chris had insisted that we went separately to the club.

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