n. A piece cut off; a part cut out; a cut; a slice.n. A part or portion.n. A part or definite portion of a thing owned by a number in common; that part of an undivided interest which belongs to any one of the proprietors; specifically, one of the whole number of equal parts into which the capital stock of a trading company or corporation is or may be divided; as, shares in a bank; shares in a railway; a ship owned in ten shares. See stockn. An allotted part; the part that falls to, or belongs naturally or of right to, one in any division or distribution among a number; apportioned lot; as, to have more than a fair share of work, responsibility, or blame; to claim a share in the profits.n. Synonyms Portion, Division, etc. See part.—3 and 4. Interest, allotment, apportionment, quota.To divide in portions; apportion among two or more.To partake, suffer, bear, or enjoy with others; seize and possess jointly or in common.To receive as one's portion; enjoy or suffer; experience.Synonyms Participate, etc. See partake.To have part; get one's portion; be a sharer; partake.n. The broad iron or blade of a plow which cuts the bottom of the furrowslice; a plowshare. See cut under plow.n. The blade in a seeding-machine or drill which makes a furrow for the seed.n. The pubis; the pubic bone; the share-bone; the private parts.To cut; shear; cleave.n. In primitive plows the share is the point or blade of iron or wood which stirs the soil. In modern turning-plows it is the entering member or segment, cutting the bottom of the furrow and is made of steel. In single-moldboard plows the share presents on one side a vertical surface with a horizontal base line, broadening by an excurved line, in the rear joining the land-side, with which it is in the same plane (see bar share, slip share, below); on the other side an oblique sloping surface extended on the outside into the ‘wing’ or ‘heel,’ on its upward and backward edges closely matching the mold-board.