carve-up


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carve-up

[ˈkɑːvˌʌp] N (= division) → división f, repartimiento m (Pol etc) → arreglo m

carve-up

n (inf, of inheritance) → Verteilung f; (of estate, country)Zerstückelung f
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Edgy England fans need Israel to stop Russia winning at the Ramat Gan Stadium today to harbour any hopes of their team qualifying for next summer's European Championship finals, but fears of a politically and financiallymotivated carve-up have provoked a wave of unease.
IT WILL go down as the biggest carve-up in Champions League history - and Porto's players can invi te themselves to dinner at Arsene Wenger's house any time they like.
Last year in Paris the teams shared the try count 2-2, at the World Cup semi-final France's Serge Betsen was the only player to cross the line, in the 2003 clash at Twickenham France lost the match 25-17 but scored three tries to England's one, and the previous year in Paris was another 2-2 carve-up.
LAST week we highlighted a carve-up in the butchers.
Carve-ups and crashes are all part of cycling's unpredictable tapestry, and there are no guarantees that Cavendish will take the honours on Harrogate's West Park Stray, where Agatha Christie used to write her novels.
Atalanta are a 6-5 chance while the draw is as short as 6-4, such is the reputation of Serie A for producing convenient carve-ups at this time of year.
DUNDEE UNITED'S players yesterday sat through hours of video nasties in a bid to end the carnage of weekly carve-ups in the SPL.