Do you ‘part from' or ‘part with' someone?
It is possible to use both. When you ‘part from someone', you take leave of the individual.
*I think the time has come for you to part from him.
When you ‘part with' someone or something, you let go of them.
*Ram's new landlord didn't allow pets. Since he wasn't willing to part with the dog, Ram moved to another place.
“A little inaccuracy sometimes saves tons of explanation.” — Saki
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