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split (verb)

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  • split — ► VERB (splitting; past and past part. split) 1) break forcibly into parts. 2) divide into parts or groups. 3) (often split up) end a marriage or other relationship. 4) (be splitting) informal (of one s head) suffering great pain from a he …   English terms dictionary

  • split — 1 /splIt/ verb past tense and past participle splitpresent participle splitting 1 INTO GROUPS also split up (I, T) if a group of people splits or is split, it divides into two or more groups, because one group strongly disagrees with the other:… …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • split — {{Roman}}I.{{/Roman}} noun 1 disagreement ADJECTIVE ▪ clear, deep, major, serious ▪ A serious split in the ruling coalition appeared soon after the election. ▪ acrimonious, damaging …   Collocations dictionary

  • split — [c]/splɪt / (say split) verb (split, splitting) –verb (t) 1. to rend or cleave lengthwise; separate or part from end to end or between layers, often forcibly or by cutting, as when splitting a log with an axe to make rails, slabs, shingles, etc.… …   Australian English dictionary

  • split — split1 [ splıt ] (past tense and past participle split) verb ** 1. ) split or split up intransitive or transitive to divide a group into smaller groups: Let s split into groups and work separately. Many American families are split by large… …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • split*/ — [splɪt] (past tense past participle split) verb I 1) [I/T] to divide something into several parts, or to be divided into several parts Let s split into groups and work separately.[/ex] 2) [T] to share something by dividing it into separate parts… …   Dictionary for writing and speaking English

  • split infinitive — 1. A split infinitive occurs when a word (usually an adverb) or phrase comes between the particle to and the verb of a so called to infinitive (to really love / to really and truly love). No other grammatical issue has so divided English speakers …   Modern English usage

  • split — 1 vb split, split·ting: to divide into parts or portions: as a: to divide into factions, parties, or groups b: to mark (a ballot) or cast or register (a vote) so as to vote for candidates of different parties c: to divide (stock) by issuing a… …   Law dictionary

  • Split ergativity — is shown by languages that have a partly ergative behaviour, but employ another syntax or morphology usually accusative in some contexts. In fact, most of the so called ergative languages are not pure but split ergative.The split is usually… …   Wikipedia

  • split infinitive — split′ infin′itive n. use gram. an expression in which there is a word or phrase, usu. an adverb or adverbial phrase, between to and its accompanying verb form in an infinitive, as in to readily understand[/ex] • Etymology: 1895–1900 usage: The… …   From formal English to slang

  • split — verb (splits, splitting, split) 1》 break or cause to break forcibly into parts.     ↘cause the fission of (an atom). 2》 divide or cause to divide into parts or groups.     ↘(often split up) end a marriage or other relationship. 3》 informal (of… …   English new terms dictionary

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