ahmed_crow wrote:Can I say "He separates it out than that part" ?, is it correct ?
No, it's not. You "sepa
rate out" something "from" something else. E.g.:
"Here you can see how the vibrating classifier effectively separates out
bad beans from
You don't need a "from" phrase, however. Without it, the assumption is that the named object is being separated out from everything else in the mixture:
"James Cropper has opened a new facility that separates out
the plastic incorporated in the cups[.]"
Or all of the individual components are being separated out from each other:
"How do I produce a report that separates out
"Richmond is a real scholar; Owen just learns languages because he can't bear not to know what other people are saying."--Margaret Lattimore on her two sons