Move apart, see? (8)
I believe the answer is:
'move apart see?' is the definition.
'separate' can be an answer for 'move' (separating is a kind of moving). I am unsure of the 'apart see?' bit.
'move apart see?' is the wordplay.
'move' indicates anagramming the letters (I've seen 'moving' mean this).
'apartsee' anagrammed gives 'SEPARATE'.
Can you help me to learn more?
(Other definitions for separate that I've seen before include "divorce" , "Dinstinct or discrete" , "Set apart" , "Take or keep apart" , "Not joined or united with others" .)