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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On the other hand, the Alliance doesn't want what Washington does offer in the peace process: Endless war, colonial carve-ups, undoing old borders, and regional provisions for military and energy domination.
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.
Indeed, were this a union election you could imagine just how the business community would be bleating about socialist dinosaurs and grubby carve-ups.
What with brewery closures, pub company carve-ups and brand disarray, you'd be forgiven for thinking that the beer industry is currently a casualty of Weapons of Bass Destruction.
So far, Somaliland has refused to participate in these negotiations, at which factions from the rest of Somalia squabble over power carve-ups and repeatedly walk out.
Both Conservatives and Liberal Democrats object and have put forward alternative carve-ups.
But while the rules exist to let them get away with it, the carve-ups will continue.
Big house carve-ups are nothing new but as development land becomes ever more scarce in desirable locations, they're a modern answer for many buyers.
The draw is 4-7 and shorter but beware - even allowing for what usually goes on in Serie A at this time of the year, we haven't seen any real carve-ups yet.
The change fuelled conspiracy theories about masonic carve-ups in the game that will affect England's destiny, but Hiddink admitted: "I don't know the reason for the change - you'll have to ask UEFA.