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Split

 (splĭt)
A city of southwest Croatia on the Dalmatian coast of the Adriatic Sea. Founded as a Roman colony, it later grew around a palace built by Diocletian in the early fourth century ad.

split

 (splĭt)
v. split, split·ting, splits
v.tr.
1.
a. To divide (something) from end to end, into layers, or along the grain: split the log down the middle. See Synonyms at tear1.
b. To cause to be split unintentionally: split my pants laughing.
c. To cause to undergo nuclear fission or division into elements: splitting atomic nuclei with neutrons; splitting water into hydrogen and oxygen.
d. To affect with force in a way that suggests tearing apart: A lightning bolt split the night sky.
2.
a. To separate (people or groups, for example); disunite.
b. Sports To advance between (a pair of defenders) when trying to score.
3. To divide and share: split a dessert.
4. To divide, as for convenience or proper ordering: split the project up into stages.
5. To separate (leather, for example) into layers.
6. To mark (a vote or ballot) in favor of candidates from different parties.
7. To divide (a company's stock) by issuing multiples of the existing shares with a corresponding reduction in the price of each share, so that the total value of the stock is unchanged.
8. Sports To win half the games of (a series or double-header).
9. Slang To depart from; leave: a mobster who suddenly split town.
v.intr.
1.
a. To become separated into parts, especially to undergo lengthwise division: The pants split along the seam.
b. To undergo nuclear fission or break into atomic components: A neutron is given off when the nucleus splits.
2. To be or admit of being divided: Let's split up into teams. This poem doesn't split up into stanzas very well.
3. Informal To become divided or part company as a result of discord or disagreement: She split with the regular party organization. They split up after a year of marriage.
4. Slang To depart; leave: All the older kids have split to go dancing.
n.
1. The act of splitting or the result of it.
2. A breach or rupture in a group: a split that threatened the unity of the political party.
3. The division of a company's stock by issuing multiples of the existing shares with a corresponding reduction in the price of each share.
4. A thing that is formed by splitting, such as a strip of flexible wood used for making baskets.
5. A dessert of sliced fruit, ice cream, and toppings.
6. Sports
a. The recorded time for an interval or segment of a race.
b. An arrangement of bowling pins left standing after a bowl, in which two or more pins remain standing with one or more pins between them knocked down.
c. often splits An acrobatic feat in which the legs are stretched out straight in opposite directions at right angles to the trunk.
7. A bottle or glass of an alcoholic or carbonated beverage half the usual size.
8. A single thickness of a split hide.
adj.
1. Having been divided or separated.
2. Fissured longitudinally; cleft.
Idioms:
split hairs
To see or make trivial distinctions; quibble.
split one's sides
To laugh heartily.
split the difference
To take half of a disputed amount as a compromise.

[Dutch splitten, from Middle Dutch.]

split

(splɪt)
vb, splits, splitting or split
1. to break or cause to break, esp forcibly, by cleaving into separate pieces, often into two roughly equal pieces: to split a brick.
2. to separate or be separated from a whole: he split a piece of wood from the block.
3. to separate or be separated into factions, usually through discord
4. (often foll by up) to separate or cause to separate through a disagreement
5. (when: tr, often foll by up) to divide or be divided among two or more persons: split up the pie among the three of us.
6. slang to depart; leave: let's split; we split the scene.
7. (tr) to separate (something) into its components by interposing something else: to split a word with hyphens.
8. slang (usually foll by: on) to betray the trust, plans, etc (of); inform: he split on me to the cops.
9. (Government, Politics & Diplomacy) (tr) politics US to mark (a ballot, etc) so as to vote for the candidates of more than one party: he split the ticket.
10. (Tanning) (tr) to separate (an animal hide or skin) into layers
11. split hairs to make a fine but needless distinction
12. split one's sides to laugh very heartily
13. split the difference
a. to settle a dispute by effecting a compromise in which both sides give way to the same extent
b. to divide a remainder equally
n
14. the act or process of splitting
15. a gap or rift caused or a piece removed by the process of splitting
16. a breach or schism in a group or the faction resulting from such a breach
17. (Cookery) a dessert of sliced fruit and ice cream, covered with whipped cream, nuts, etc: banana split.
18. (Cookery) See Devonshire split
19. (Tanning)
a. a separated layer of an animal hide or skin other than the outer layer
b. leather made from such a layer
20. (Bowls & Bowling) tenpin bowling a formation of the pins after the first bowl in which there is a large gap between two pins or groups of pins
21. informal an arrangement or process of dividing up loot or money
adj
22. having been split; divided: split logs.
23. having a split or splits: hair with split ends.
[C16: from Middle Dutch splitten to cleave; related to Middle High German splīzen; see splice]
ˈsplitter n

Split

(Croatian split)
n
(Placename) a port and resort in W Croatia on the Adriatic: remains of the palace of Diocletian (295–305). Pop: 188 000 (2005 est). Italian name: Spalato

split

(splɪt)

v. split, split•ting,
n., adj. v.t.
1. to divide or separate from end to end or into layers: to split a log in two.
2. to separate by cutting, chopping, etc.: to split a piece from a block.
3. to divide into distinct parts or portions (often fol. by up).
4. to divide into different factions or groups, as by discord.
5. to cast (a ballot or vote) for candidates of more than one political party.
6. to divide between two or more persons, groups, etc.; share.
7. to separate into parts by interposing something: to split an infinitive.
8. to divide (molecules or atoms) by cleavage into smaller parts.
9. to issue additional shares of (a stock) to stockholders without charge so that individual holdings are increased though the value per share is less.
v.i.
10. to divide, break, or separate.
11. to part or separate, as through disagreement.
12. to divide or share something with another or others; apportion.
13. Slang. to leave; depart.
n.
14. the act of splitting.
15. a crack, tear, or fissure caused by splitting.
16. a piece or part separated by or as if by splitting.
17. a breach or rupture, as between persons, in a group, etc.
18. a faction, party, etc., formed by a rupture or schism.
19. an ice-cream dish made esp. with a split banana, flavored syrup, and chopped nuts.
20. Also called, esp. Brit., nip. a bottle for wine or, sometimes, another beverage, containing from 6 to 6½ oz. (180 to 195 ml).
21. Often, splits. the feat of separating the legs while sinking to the floor, until they extend at right angles to the body.
22. an arrangement of bowling pins remaining after the first bowl in two separated groups, so that a spare is difficult.
23. the act of splitting a stock.
adj.
24. having been split; parted lengthwise; cleft.
25. disunited; divided: a split opinion.
26. (of a stock) having undergone a split.
Idioms:
split the difference, to compromise, esp. to divide what remains equally.
[1570–80; < Dutch splitten; obscurely akin to Old Frisian splīta, Middle Dutch, Middle Low German splīten, Middle High German splīzen to split]
split′ta•ble, adj.

Split

(splɪt)

n.
a seaport in S Croatia, on the Adriatic. 180,571.

split


Past participle: split
Gerund: splitting

Imperative
split
split
Present
I split
you split
he/she/it splits
we split
you split
they split
Preterite
I split
you split
he/she/it split
we split
you split
they split
Present Continuous
I am splitting
you are splitting
he/she/it is splitting
we are splitting
you are splitting
they are splitting
Present Perfect
I have split
you have split
he/she/it has split
we have split
you have split
they have split
Past Continuous
I was splitting
you were splitting
he/she/it was splitting
we were splitting
you were splitting
they were splitting
Past Perfect
I had split
you had split
he/she/it had split
we had split
you had split
they had split
Future
I will split
you will split
he/she/it will split
we will split
you will split
they will split
Future Perfect
I will have split
you will have split
he/she/it will have split
we will have split
you will have split
they will have split
Future Continuous
I will be splitting
you will be splitting
he/she/it will be splitting
we will be splitting
you will be splitting
they will be splitting
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been splitting
you have been splitting
he/she/it has been splitting
we have been splitting
you have been splitting
they have been splitting
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been splitting
you will have been splitting
he/she/it will have been splitting
we will have been splitting
you will have been splitting
they will have been splitting
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been splitting
you had been splitting
he/she/it had been splitting
we had been splitting
you had been splitting
they had been splitting
Conditional
I would split
you would split
he/she/it would split
we would split
you would split
they would split
Past Conditional
I would have split
you would have split
he/she/it would have split
we would have split
you would have split
they would have split
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.split - extending the legs at right angles to the trunk (one in front and the other in back)split - extending the legs at right angles to the trunk (one in front and the other in back)
acrobatic feat, acrobatic stunt - a stunt performed by an acrobat
2.split - a bottle containing half the usual amount
bottleful, bottle - the quantity contained in a bottle
3.split - a promised or claimed share of loot or money; "he demanded his split before they disbanded"
share, percentage, portion, part - assets belonging to or due to or contributed by an individual person or group; "he wanted his share in cash"
4.split - a lengthwise crack in wood; "he inserted the wedge into a split in the log"
crack, scissure, cleft, crevice, fissure - a long narrow opening
5.split - an opening made forcibly as by pulling apart; "there was a rip in his pants"; "she had snags in her stockings"
opening, gap - an open or empty space in or between things; "there was a small opening between the trees"; "the explosion made a gap in the wall"
6.Split - an old Croatian city on the Adriatic Sea
Croatia, Hrvatska, Republic of Croatia - a republic in the western Balkans in south-central Europe in the eastern Adriatic coastal area; formerly part of the Habsburg monarchy and Yugoslavia; became independent in 1991
7.split - a dessert of sliced fruit and ice cream covered with whipped cream and cherries and nuts
frozen dessert - any of various desserts prepared by freezing
banana split - a banana split lengthwise and topped with scoops of ice cream and sauces and nuts and whipped cream
8.split - (tenpin bowling) a divided formation of pins left standing after the first bowl; "he was winning until he got a split in the tenth frame"
tenpin bowling, tenpins - bowling down an alley at a target of ten wooden pins
formation - a particular spatial arrangement
9.split - an increase in the number of outstanding shares of a corporation without changing the shareholders' equity; "they announced a two-for-one split of the common stock"
step-up, increase - the act of increasing something; "he gave me an increase in salary"
10.split - the act of rending or ripping or splitting something; "he gave the envelope a vigorous rip"
tear - the act of tearing; "he took the manuscript in both hands and gave it a mighty tear"
11.split - division of a group into opposing factions; "another schism like that and they will wind up in bankruptcy"
division - the act or process of dividing
Verb1.split - separate into parts or portions; "divide the cake into three equal parts"; "The British carved up the Ottoman Empire after World War I"
change integrity - change in physical make-up
subdivide - divide into smaller and smaller pieces; "This apartment cannot be subdivided any further!"
initialise, initialize, format - divide (a disk) into marked sectors so that it may store data; "Please format this disk before entering data!"
sectionalise, sectionalize - divide into sections, especially into geographic sections; "sectionalize a country"
triangulate - divide into triangles or give a triangular form to; "triangulate the piece of cardboard"
unitise, unitize - divide (bulk material) and process as units
lot - divide into lots, as of land, for example
parcel - divide into parts; "The developers parceled the land"
sliver, splinter - divide into slivers or splinters
paragraph - divide into paragraphs, as of text; "This story is well paragraphed"
canton - divide into cantons, of a country
Balkanise, Balkanize - divide a territory into small, hostile states
2.split - separate or cut with a tool, such as a sharp instrument; "cleave the bone"
maul - split (wood) with a maul and wedges
laminate - split (wood) into thin sheets
tear - to separate or be separated by force; "planks were in danger of being torn from the crossbars"
cleave - make by cutting into; "The water is going to cleave a channel into the rock"
3.split - discontinue an association or relation; go different ways; "The business partners broke over a tax question"; "The couple separated after 25 years of marriage"; "My friend and I split up"
give the bounce, give the gate, give the axe - terminate a relationship abruptly; "Mary gave John the axe after she saw him with another woman"
disunify, break apart - break up or separate; "The country is disunifying"; "Yugoslavia broke apart after 1989"
disassociate, disjoint, dissociate, disunite, divorce - part; cease or break association with; "She disassociated herself from the organization when she found out the identity of the president"
break with - end a relationship; "China broke with Russia"
split up, divorce - get a divorce; formally terminate a marriage; "The couple divorced after only 6 months"
secede, splinter, break away - withdraw from an organization or communion; "After the break up of the Soviet Union, many republics broke away"
break away, break - interrupt a continued activity; "She had broken with the traditional patterns"
4.split - go one's own way; move apart; "The friends separated after the party"
move - move so as to change position, perform a nontranslational motion; "He moved his hand slightly to the right"
dissipate, scatter, disperse, spread out - move away from each other; "The crowds dispersed"; "The children scattered in all directions when the teacher approached";
break up - come apart; "the group broke up"
diffract - undergo diffraction; "laser light diffracts electrons"
5.split - come open suddenly and violently, as if from internal pressure; "The bubble burst"
pop - burst open with a sharp, explosive sound; "The balloon popped"; "This popcorn pops quickly in the microwave oven"
blow - burst suddenly; "The tire blew"; "We blew a tire"
stave, stave in - burst or force (a hole) into something
come apart, break, split up, fall apart, separate - become separated into pieces or fragments; "The figurine broke"; "The freshly baked loaf fell apart"
Adj.1.split - having been divided; having the unity destroyed; "Congress...gave the impression of...a confusing sum of disconnected local forces"-Samuel Lubell; "a league of disunited nations"- E.B.White; "a fragmented coalition"; "a split group"
divided - separated into parts or pieces; "opinions are divided"
2.split - (especially of wood) cut or ripped longitudinally with the grain; "we bought split logs for the fireplace"
cut - separated into parts or laid open or penetrated with a sharp edge or instrument; "the cut surface was mottled"; "cut tobacco"; "blood from his cut forehead"; "bandages on her cut wrists"

split

verb
1. break, crack, burst, snap, break up, open, give way, splinter, gape, come apart, come undone In a severe gale the ship split in two.
2. cut, break, crack, snap, chop, cleave, hew He started on the main course while she split the avocados.
3. divide, separate, disunite, disrupt, disband, cleave, pull apart, set at odds, set at variance It is feared they could split the government.
4. diverge, separate, branch, fork, part, go separate ways that place where the road split in two
5. tear, rend, rip, slash, slit The seat of his short grey trousers split.
noun
2. separation, break, divorce, break-up, split-up, disunion The split from her husband was acrimonious.
3. crack, tear, rip, damage, gap, rent, breach, slash, slit, fissure The seat had a few small splits around the corners.
adjective
1. divided, ambivalent, disunited, bisected, torn asunder, factionalized The Kremlin is deeply split in its approach to foreign policy.
2. broken, cracked, snapped, fractured, splintered, ruptured, cleft a split finger nail
split on someone (Slang) betray, tell on, shop (slang, chiefly Brit.), sing (slang, chiefly U.S.), grass (Brit. slang), give away, peach (slang), squeal (slang), inform on, spill your guts (slang) If I wanted to tell, I'd have split on you before now.
split something up separate, divide, disband, pull apart, disunite, bifurcate Any thought of splitting up the company was unthinkable, they said.
split up break up, part, separate, divorce, disband, part company, go separate ways I was beginning to think that we would never split up.

split

verb
1. To separate into parts with or as if with a sharp-edged instrument:
2. To undergo partial breaking:
3. To separate or pull apart by force:
4. To become or cause to become apart one from another.Also used with up:
Idioms: part company, set at odds.
5. Informal. To break away or withdraw from membership in an association or a federation:
6. Informal. To terminate a relationship or an association by or as if by leaving one another.Also used with up:
Idioms: call it quits, come to a parting of the ways, part company.
7. Slang. To move or proceed away from a place:
Slang: blow, take off.
noun
1. The act or an instance of separating one thing from another:
2. The result of cutting:
3. A usually narrow partial opening caused by splitting and rupture:
4. An interruption in friendly relations:
5. That which is allotted:
Informal: cut.
Slang: divvy.
Translations
شَق، إنْقِساميَفْلَق، يَشُقيُقَسِّمُيُقَسِّم
rozdělitrozštípnout (se)roztrhnoutštípatprasklina
splittedelekløverevne
haljetahalkaistajakaalohkaistapilkkoa
raskoliti
elhasadáselhasítmegoszlik
kljúfakljúfa; klofnarifa, sprunga
スプリットハーフボトル分ける分断する分離する
(...으로) 쪼개다
dviejų aukštųįtrūkimasplyštiskaldyti
plaisaplīstsaplīstsašķeltsašķelties
grand écartspagaatsplitsplitsenverdelen
dzielićrozdzielaćrozejść sięrozłupaćrozszczepiać
roztrhnúťštiepať
cepiti serazceprazcepitirazdelitirazdeliti se
dela upp
แยก
ayırmakbölmekçatlakparçalamakyar mak
vỡ

split

[splɪt] (split (vb: pt, pp))
A. N
1. (= crack) (in wood, rock) → hendidura f, grieta f
2. (= rift) → ruptura f, escisión f
there are threats of a split in the progressive partyse oyen voces or hay amenazas de escisión en el partido progresista
3. (= division) → división f
the split between the rich and the poorla división entre ricos y pobres
a three-way splituna división en tres partes
4.
to do the splits (Gymnastics) → hacer el spagat; (accidentally) → abrirse completamente de piernas, espatarrarse
5. (Culin) jam splitpastel m de mermelada
banana split(banana) split m
6. (Sew) (in skirt) → abertura f
B. ADJ
1. (= cracked) [wood, rock] → partido, hendido
he had a split liptenía un labio partido
2. (= divided) → dividido
the government is split on this questionel gobierno está dividido en este asunto
it was a split decisionla decisión no fue unánime
the party was splitel partido estaba escindido or dividido
the votes are split 15-13los votos están repartidos 15 a 13
the party is split three waysel partido está escindido or dividido en tres grupos
C. VT
1. (= break) → partir
the sea had split the ship in twoel mar había partido el barco en dos
he split the wood with an axepartió la madera con un hacha
to split the atomdesintegrar el átomo
to split sth openabrir algo
he split his head opense abrió la cabeza de un golpe
to split hairshilar muy fino or delgado, buscarle tres pies al gato, buscarle mangas al chaleco (LAm)
to split one's sides laughingpartirse de risa, morirse de (la) risa
2. (= divide, share) → repartir
let's split the money between usrepartámonos el dinero
to split the differencerepartir la diferencia (a partes iguales)
to split sth into three partsdividir algo en tres partes
the children were split into two groupsdividieron a los niños en dos grupos
to split the vote (Pol) → repartirse los votos
to split the profit five waysrepartir las ganancias entre cinco
3. (fig) [+ government, group] → dividir; [+ party] → escindir, dividir
the dispute split the partyla disputa escindió or dividió el partido
D. VI
1. (= come apart) [stone etc] → henderse, rajarse
the jeans split the first time she wore themlos vaqueros se le abrieron por las costuras la primera vez que se los puso
to split openabrirse
the ship hit a rock and split in twoel barco chocó con una roca y se partió en dos
my head is splittingme va a estallar la cabeza
2. (fig) [government, group] → dividirse; [party] → escindirse, dividirse
3. (= tell tales) → chivatear, soplar
to split on sbchivatear contra algn, soplar contra algn
don't split on mede esto no digas ni pío
4. (esp US) (= leave) → largarse, irse
E. CPD split infinitive N infinitivo en el que un adverbio o una frase se intercala entre "to" y el verbo
split pea Nguisante m majado
split personality Npersonalidad f desdoblada
split pin N (Brit) → chaveta f, pasador m
split screen Npantalla f partida
see also split-screen split second Nfracción f de segundo
in a split seconden un instante, en un abrir y cerrar de ojos
split shift Njornada f partida
split off
A. VI + ADVsepararse
B. VT + ADVseparar
split up
A. VI + ADV
1. (= break up) → estrellarse
2. (= separate) [partners] → separarse; [meeting, crowd] → dispersarse
they were married 14 years but then they split upestuvieron casados durante 14 años pero luego se separaron
let's split up for safetyseparémonos para mayor seguridad
we split up into two groupsnos dividimos en dos grupos
B. VT + ADV
1. (= break up) → partir
2. (= divide up) → repartir; [+ estate] → parcelar
we'll split the work up among usnos repartiremos or dividiremos el trabajo
3. (= separate) → dividir
split the children up into small groupsdivide a los niños en grupos pequeños

split

[ˈsplɪt]
n
(= tear) (in fabric, plastic)fente f, déchirure f; (in wood)fente f; (in rock)fissure f; (in skin)gerçure f
There was a big split in his jeans → Il y avait une large déchirure dans son jean.
(= disagreement) (in party, organization)scission f
There is a split in the party → Il y a une scission au sein du parti.
(= division) (in profits, group)division f
vb [split] [ˈsplɪt] (pt, pp)
vt
[+ wood, rock] → fendre; [+ fabric, garment, seam] → déchirer
He split the wood with an axe → Il a fendu le bois avec une hache.
to split one's lip → s'ouvrir la lèvre
to split one's head open → se fendre le crâne
(= divide into two or more parts) → diviser
The children were split into two groups → Les enfants furent divisés en deux groupes.
BUT Les enfants furent séparés en deux groupes.
(= divide into conflicting groups) [+ party] → diviser
The argument over Europe has split the government → Le débat sur l'Europe a divisé le gouvernement.
(= share) [+ work, profits] → partager
They decided to split the profits → Ils ont décidé de partager les bénéfices.
to split the bill → partager la note
to split the difference → couper la poire en deux
Let's split the difference → Coupons la poire en deux.
vi
(= break) [wood, rock] → se fendre; [fabric, garment] → se déchirer; [lip] → se fendre
The ship hit a rock and split in two → Le bateau a percuté un rocher et s'est fendu en deux.
(= divide into two or more parts) → se diviser
The class split into groups of five → La classe s'est divisée en groupes de cinq personnes.
(= divide into conflicting groups) → se diviser
The party leadership could split over the agreement → La direction du parti pourrait se diviser sur la question de l'accord.
splits npl
the splits → le grand écart
to do the splits → faire le grand écart
split off
vi [person, group] → se séparer
split up
vi
(= end relationship) [couple, parents] → se séparer
to split up with sb → se séparer de qn, rompre avec qn
(= end partnership) [band] → se séparer
(= disperse) [meeting, group of people] → se disperser
(= go one's separate ways) → se séparer
In Hamburg the girls split up → Les filles se séparèrent à Hambourg.
vt sep
(= cause relationship to end) [+ couple] → séparer
(= divide) → diviser
The children were split up into groups → Les enfants furent divisés en (plusieurs) groupes., Les enfants furent séparés en (plusieurs) groupes.split ends nplfourches fplsplit infinitive n infinitif où un adverbe est intercalé entre "to" et le verbesplit-level [ˌsplɪtˈlɛvəl] adj [house, room] → à deux niveauxsplit peas nplpois mpl casséssplit personality n
(= contradictory character) [person, place, thing] → double personnalité f
(= schizophrenia) → dédoublement m de la personnalité
to have a split personality → souffrir d'un dédoublement de la personnalitésplit screen n (COMPUTING)écran m divisésplit second nfraction f de seconde
for a split second → pendant une fraction de secondesplit-second [ˌsplɪtˈsɛkənd] adj [timing] → à une fraction de seconde prèssplit ticket n (US) to vote a split ticket → voter pour une liste avec panachage

split

vb: pret, ptp <split>
n
Riss m (→ in in +dat); (esp in wall, rock, wood) → Spalt m (→ in in +dat)
(fig: = division) → Bruch m (→ in in +dat), → Entzweiung f (+gen); (Pol, Eccl) → Spaltung f (→ in +gen); there is a split in the party over …die Partei ist in der Frage (+gen)gespalten; there is a three-way split in the party over …die Partei zerfällt in der Frage (+gen)… in drei Lager, die Partei ist in der Frage (+gen)… dreigeteilt; a three-way split of the profitseine Drittelung des Gewinns; I want my split (inf)ich will meinen Schnitt (inf)
(= distinction: in meaning) → Aufteilung f
pl the splitsSpagat m; to do the splits(einen) Spagat machen
(inf: = sweet) (also banana split)(Bananen)split m; jam/cream split mit Marmelade/Sahne gefülltes Gebäckstück
(esp US: = bottle) → kleine Flasche
(Comput) (of window)Teilung f; remove splitTeilung aufheben
adjgespalten (→ on, over in +dat); (Comput) screengeteilt
vt
(= cleave)(zer)teilen; wood, atomspalten; stonezerbrechen; fabric, garmentzerreißen, zerschlitzen; seamaufplatzen lassen; the sea had split the ship in twoin dem Sturm zerbrach das Schiff in zwei Teile; I split the seamdie Naht ist (auf)geplatzt; to split hairs (inf)Haarspalterei treiben (inf); to split one’s sides (laughing) (inf)vor Lachen fast platzen (inf); to split something openetw aufbrechen; his lip had been split openseine Lippe war aufgeplatzt; he split his head open when he feller hat sich (dat)beim Fallen den Kopf aufgeschlagen
(= divide)spalten; (Comput) screen, windowteilen; (= share) work, costs, roles etc (→ sich dat) → teilen; to split something into three partsetw in drei Teile aufteilen; to split the votedie Abstimmung zum Scheitern bringen; a party split three wayseine in drei Lager gespaltene Partei; to split one’s vote or (US) ticketpanaschieren; they split the profit three wayssie haben den Gewinn gedrittelt or in drei Teile geteilt; to split the difference (fig: in argument etc) → sich auf halbem Wege einigen; (lit, with money etc) → sich (dat)die Differenz teilen
vi
(wood, stone)(entzwei)brechen; (hair)sich spalten; (trousers, seam etc)platzen; (fabric)zerreißen; (ship)auseinanderbrechen; to split openaufplatzen, aufbrechen; to split at the seams (lit)an den Nähten aufplatzen; (fig)aus allen or den Nähten platzen; my head is splitting (fig)mir platzt der Kopf
(= divide)sich teilen; (people)sich aufteilen; (Pol, Eccl) → sich spalten (on, over wegen)
(inf: = leave) → abhauen (inf)
(Brit inf, = tell tales) to split on somebodyjdn verpfeifen (inf)

split

:
split decision
split ends
plgespaltene Haarspitzen pl, → Spliss m
split infinitive
n (Gram) → getrennter Infinitiv
split-level
adj (Archit) → mit versetzten Geschossen
split peas
plgetrocknete (halbe) Erbsen pl
split-pea soup
nErbsensuppe f
split personality
split pin
n (= cotter pin)Splint m; (on envelope) → Musterklammer f
split screen
n (Comput) → geteilter Bildschirm
split second
nBruchteil meiner Sekunde; in a splitin Sekundenschnelle
split-second
adj split timingAbstimmung fauf die Sekunde; (of actor)Gefühl ntfür den richtigen Moment
split time
n (Sport) → Zwischenzeit f

split

[splɪt] (split (vb: pt, pp))
1. n
a. (in ground, wall, rock) → fessura, crepa; (in wood) → spacco; (in garment, fabric) → strappo
b. (fig) (division, quarrel) → scissione f, spaccatura
there are fears of a split in the party → si teme una scissione nel partito
c. to do the splitsfare la spaccata
d. (cake) jam splittortina farcita di marmellata
banana split → banana-split f inv
2. vt
a. (cleave) → spaccare; (tear) → strappare
to split the atom → scindere l'atomo
to split sth open → aprire qc spaccandolo/a
he split his head open → si è spaccato la testa
to split sth down the middle (also) (fig) → spaccare qc a metà
to split hairs (fig) → spaccare il capello in quattro
to split one's sides laughing (fig) → ridere a crepapelle
b. (divide, also) (fig) → dividere, spartire
to split sth into three parts → dividere qc in tre
to split the profit five ways → dividere il guadagno in cinque parti
to split the difference (agree price) → incontrarsi a metà strada (fig) → accettare una soluzione di compromesso
3. vi
a. (wood, stone) → spaccarsi; (cloth) → strapparsi (fig) (party, church) → spaccarsi, dividersi
to split open → spaccarsi
my head is splitting → mi scoppia la testa
b. (fam) (tell tales) don't you split on me to the police!non provarti a denunciarmi alla polizia!
split off
1. vi + adv (also) (fig) → staccarsi, separarsi
2. vt + adv (also) (fig) → staccare, separare
split up
1. vi + adv (stone) → spaccarsi; (ship on rocks) → schiantarsi; (crowd) → disperdersi; (into groups) → dividersi; (meeting) → sciogliersi; (partners) → separarsi; (couple) → separarsi, rompere; (friends) → rompere
2. vt + adv (stone etc) → spaccare; (movement, money, work) → dividere; (crowd) → disperdere; (partners) → separare

split

(split) verb
present participle ˈsplitting. past tense, past participle split
1. to cut or (cause to) break lengthwise. to split firewood; The skirt split all the way down the back seam.
2. to divide or (cause to) disagree. The dispute split the workers into two opposing groups.
noun
a crack or break. There was a split in one of the sides of the box.
ˌsplit-ˈlevel adjective
built, made etc on two levels. a split-level dining room/cooker.
split second
a fraction of a second.
splitting headache
a very bad headache. Turn down the radio – I've a splitting headache.
the splits
the gymnastic exercise of sitting down on the floor with one leg straight forward and the other straight back. to do the splits.

split

يُقَسِّمُ rozštípnout (se) splitte spalten διαιρώ dividir pilkkoa fendre raskoliti spaccare 割る (...으로) 쪼개다 splitsen splitte rozłupać dividir раскалывать dela upp แยก ayırmak vỡ 分岔

split

n. división, desunión; abertura;
v. dividir, desunir, separar; dividirse, separarse.

split

adj partido, agrietado; n grieta, hendidura; vt, vi (pret & pp split; ger splitting) partir(se), agrietar(se)
References in classic literature ?
I split the melons with an old corn-knife, and we lifted out the hearts and ate them with the juice trickling through our fingers.
A small stock of brown sugar, some white beans and split peas, and a few other commodities of low price, and such as are constantly in demand, made up the bulkier portion of the merchandise.
My sense of how he received this suffered for a minute from something that I can describe only as a fierce split of my attention-- a stroke that at first, as I sprang straight up, reduced me to the mere blind movement of getting hold of him, drawing him close, and, while I just fell for support against the nearest piece of furniture, instinctively keeping him with his back to the window.
But if, in the face of all this, you still declare that whaling has no aesthetically noble associations connected with it, then am I ready to shiver fifty lances with you there, and unhorse you with a split helmet every time.
thou hast seen enough to split the planets and make an infidel of Abraham, and not one syllable is thine
There were men to cut it, and men to split it, and men to gut it and scrape it clean inside.
I do not wish to split hairs, to make fine distinctions, or set myself up as better than my neighbors.
Then, what should happen but a cow steps out and puts her head down to munch grass, with her broadside to the battalion, and they a-coming like the wind; they split apart to flank her, but SHE?
When I saw "King Lear" played, nobody was allowed to see a scene shifted; if there was nothing to be done but slide a forest out of the way and expose a temple beyond, one did not see that forest split itself in the middle and go shrieking away, with the accompanying disenchanting spectacle of the hands and heels of the impelling impulse--no, the curtain was always dropped for an instant--one heard not the least movement behind it--but when it went up, the next instant, the forest was gone.
He said he would split open a raw Irish potato and stick the quarter in between and keep it there all night, and next morning you couldn't see no brass, and it wouldn't feel greasy no more, and so anybody in town would take it in a minute, let alone a hair-ball.
He got back home barely in season to help Jim, the small colored boy, saw next-day's wood and split the kindlings before supper -- at least he was there in time to tell his adventures to Jim while Jim did three-fourths of the work.
Before I left my bed in the morning, little Adele came running in to tell me that the great horse-chestnut at the bottom of the orchard had been struck by lightning in the night, and half of it split away.