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Pronunciation of Part: Learn how to pronounce Part in English correctly

Learn how to say Part correctly in English with this tutorial pronunciation video.

Oxford dictionary definition of the word part:

noun
1an amount or section which, when combined with others, makes up the whole of something:
divide the circle into three equal parts
the early part of 1999
body parts
an element or constituent that is essential to the nature of something:
I was part of the family
a manufactured object assembled with others to make a machine; a component:
the production of aircraft parts
a division of a book, periodical, or broadcast serial:
this theme will be further explored in Parts Four and Five of the book
Part Four of the series
a measure allowing comparison between the amounts of different ingredients used in a mixture:
use a mix of one part cement to five parts ballast
2some but not all of something:
the painting tells only part of the story
a point on or area of something:
hold the furthest part of your leg that you can reach
(parts) informal a region, especially one not clearly specified or delimited:
those of you who jet off to foreign parts for your holidays
3a role played by an actor or actress:
she played a lot of leading parts
he took the part of Prospero
the words and directions to be learned and performed by an actor in a role:
she was memorizing a part
Music a melody or other constituent of harmony assigned to a particular voice or instrument in a musical work:
he coped well with the percussion part
4the contribution made by someone or something to an action or situation:
he played a key part in ending the revolt
he may be jailed for his part in the robbery
(one’s part) the appropriate or expected behaviour in a particular role or situation; one’s duty:
in such a place his part is to make good
5 (parts) archaic abilities.
6North American a parting in the hair:
the part in her hair was white and straight
verb
1 [no object] (of two things) move away from each other:
his lips parted in a smile
divide to leave a central space:
[no object]:
at that moment the mist parted
[with object]:
she parted the ferns and looked between them
2 [no object] (also be parted) leave someone’s company:
there was a good deal of kissing before we parted
she can’t bear to be parted from her daughter again
3 [no object] (part with) give up possession of; hand over:
even quite small companies parted with large sums
4 [with object] separate (the hair of the head on either side of the parting) with a comb:
his hair was centrally parted
adverb
to some extent; partly (often used to contrast different parts of something):
the city is now part slum, part consumer paradise