part-, parti-

(Latin: part, parts, to divide)

ad partes dolentes; ad part. dolent
To the painful or aching parts.
apart
apartment
apartness
bipartisan (adjective), more bipartisan, most bipartisan
Involving or consisting of two political parties with different views, ideas, or policies: The President of the United States urged Congress to come up with a bipartisan resolution and to pass the financial bill.
Members of two political parties.
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compartment
compartmental
counterpart
depart
department
departmental
departmentally
departure
impart (verb), imparts; imparted; imparting
To disclose information to other people that was previously meant to be kept a secret or private: Joe's children often imparted family activities to other people when it would have been better not to have told them.
To reveal, to share, or to communicate information about something.
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imparter