Verb They shared the last cookie. We shared the money equally. The children need to learn to share their toys.
What is an example of sharing?
Sharing is distributing, or letting someone else use your portion of something. An example of sharing is two children playing nicely together with a truck.
To share something with someone implies that the thing that is shared can be accessible to both the person who shares and the person being shared with. Share “to” is still wrong as the above advice in this old thread points out. Sorry.
verb (used with object), shared, shar·ing. to divide and distribute in shares; apportion. to use, participate in, enjoy, receive, etc., jointly: The two chemists shared the Nobel prize. … to have a share or part; take part (often followed by in).
share (plural shares)
Is sharing a caring?
A person is a person and should be treated with the same respect and kindness. I make the care-er and sharer happy out of the act of kindness they just did. It makes the person that was shared with happy. And bystanders see what kindness they are doing and it encourages them to do the sharing and/or caring.
Sharing also helps create trust, which is a prerequisite for security and happiness. When we share our feelings, knowledge and possessions with others, we create a relationship of trust, which in most cases flows back and helps us feel secure and happy.
How do you describe sharing?
A sharing person is generous and willing to share. If you are sharing, you are glad to give things away to others. … A sharing person might try to divide up not just the cake, but also all the food in his refrigerator — just to be sure everyone is fed.
Does sharing mean half?
a share, as in profits, equal to one half.
phrasal verb. If you share in something such as a success or a responsibility, you are one of a number of people who achieve or accept it.
pronunciation: sheIr parts of speech: transitive verb, noun, intransitive verb features: Word Combinations (verb, noun), Word Explorer. part of speech: transitive verb.
In the ordinary course of things, share with is proper and correct, and using share without its accompanying with when talking about a closed transaction (that is, when there is a definite someone to share with) is indisputably wrong.
What is sharing called in grammar?
Synonyms and related words
– To share or divide something between people. share. divide. distribute.
past tense of share is shared.
shared used as an adjective:
Used by multiple entities or for multiple purposes or in multiple ways.